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USSR MC 591.8 BORTHIK, E. 14., KRAVTSOV, M. P., BORITUL-So-M.- and 1-JIKHAYLOVA-LUKAShSVAj V. D. , Gerontology Section, Aca'~~Of 6ciences tBelorussian SSR "AV-Associated Changes in the Concentration of SH-Groups in the Cortical Section of the Visual Analysor in Some lbnmal!' Dokaldy Akademii Nauk BSSR, Vol 14, No 12, 1970, PP IP138-1,139 Translationt It is known that many substances present in the mammalian body contain SH-groups. Among these substances are proteins, enzymes, some co- enzymes, and low-molecular-iteight compounds such as cysteine, homocysteine, eogothioneine, and others. They participate in such impom-tant physiologic-al processes as musculax contra:dtion, tissue groirth and regeneration, and nervous excitation and inhibition (1-40. The literature contains scanty data on age-associated shifts in the concentration of SH-6roups and the infonaation is contradictory. These investigations were done by various methods with unequal specificity and sensitivity. Some investigators have demonstrated that in aclvanced senility, the concentration of SH-groups in the proteins of the cereblval cortex, liver, kidneysp skeletal muscles, and heart of guinea pigs and rats decivulased. Other 1/4 LISSR BORTITIX, E. 11. , et al. , Dokaldy AkademU Nauk BSSR, Vol 14, No 12, 1970 PP 19138-1t139 researchers ha-ie found that the concentration ofSH-grou-ps in the cerebrum was greater in old rats than in young rats. However, age-associated shifts in the concentration of SH-groups in different tissues proceed at a different rate as a result of the fact that the process of aging is heterochronous. in view of the innoetance of SHI-groups in oxidative phosphorylation, we became interested i-n investiga-tinig the concentration of S--,J-,-xouns in the cort-ical section of the visua-1 azialysor (field 17). As e=erimental sulojects ire used newborn dogs, 1 and. 6 months old, and 2 and 18 years old as well as newborn rp--Ls and 1, 6, 14, and 32-month-old rats. Tissues were fixed in a 15"0 solution of trichloroacetic acid in 80,5' alcohol. Protein-bound Sn-groups were determined by the method of Barnet and Zeli(gaan. The concentration of SH-groups was analyzed in the following, se&-ients of neuronst cytoplasmt cytoplasmic nembranceo processes, nuclear membrane, arA nucleolu3, The highest concentration of SH-groups -was observed in neurons and surrounding Structures in the fourth layer. A snaller concentration of Sh- groups iras. found in the cytoplasm of nerve coll bo(Lies in the sccond -U-A 2/4 - 88 - USSR BORTNIK, E. M., et al., DokladY Akademii Nauk BSSR, Vol 14, No 12l 1970, PP 1913&-19139 third layerst while the concentration in the star-shaped cells in the fifth LVer was greater. Nuclear -and cytoplasmic membranes and nucleoli had the highest concentration of SH-groups. The karyoplasm was found to be relatively poor In this substance.' Vithin one layer, neurites and dendrites had approximately the sane concentration of SH-groups. '' Investigation of the SH-groups in correlation with age showed that the distribution of SH-groups in the neurons and their processes was different in animals of different ages. The concentration of SH-groups in newborn animal was fairly high, increased at the age of 6 months, was highest in rats aged 14 months and in dogs aged 2 years, and then gradually decreased. Rats aged 32 months and dogs aged 18 years had a sma.11concentration of SH-groups in the neurons and in the surrounding structures. Of special interest was the foIlowing observation: the decrease with advancing age -Droceeded in the reverse order than the -Drevious increase. Analyses performed on young embryos, newborn an-mals, and those aged I xonth, 6 nonthzp and more revealed that theSH-groups accumulated first in nuclear and cytoplasmic membranes and then ih nucleoli, cytoplasm, and 3/4 bSSR BOITUNIK, E. H., et al., Doklady Akademii Nauk BSSR# Vol 14, No 12, 1970, PP 1,138-1,139 karyo~lasm. During aging, the concentration decreased f rst in the ka-'rjo- 0 fi plasm, then In the nucleoli, and finally in the nuclear and cytoplasmic membmnce--. Thus, this st has revealed that with advarmin- a-se, shifts tz-ke ~Udy 0 place in the concentration of SH-groups in the cortical segients of -Lhe visual analysor in --ats =A dogs. The concent--ation of SH-groupps in neux-ons is high in new-corn ar-JL,7-,1s, reaches a ppeak in. rats aged 14 Mont-lis and in- dogs aged 2 ye,=, and considerably decreases in seni-7ity, The speed of prottcin -regeneration in ontorenesis decreases with advancing age. One of the reasosns may be the decreasing concentration of SH-groups in the tissue. 89 - USSR UDC: 551.511 BORVIIKOV S. A. "Operational Short-Deadline Prediction of Meteorolosical Flements Frcm Complete Equations of Hydrodynamics, and Experience in Aviattion Weather Control" Tr. Vses. konf. Do voTr. meteorol. obespecheniya sveTkI,z-%-,ik._ e:viats-ii . 1971 (Works of the A.11-Union Conference on Problems of Weather Control for SuDerscnic Aviation, 11071), Leningrad, 1971, pp 67-75 (from RZh- -Mekhanika, No 7, Jul 72, Abstract No 7B962) Translation: The paper presents a numnerical scheme for short-term ~,reath'c-r prediction from complete equations of hydrothermodynLmics over a linited territory (spacing with respect to horizontal. variables equal to -~00 kr,, and five levels used along the vertical coordinate). The corrutaticnal algorithm is based on implicit inversion of linear operators and iter- ations with respect to nonlinear operators in the equations. Results of operational tes-;.s cr rredIcting -wind soeed fields in the at-mosrhere are presented. The PeCU;IarIL_eS of the proposed prc _nOS14C scheme are noted. Bibliography of 7 titles. V. V. Fenenko. USSR UDC BORTNIKOV, Yu. S., NESTEROV, V. A., RUBASHOV, I. B. , Moscow MONSWAMUNOW" "Study of Characteristics of the Electric Gas rAInamic Engine" Zhurnal Prikladnoy Mekhaniki i Tekhnicheskoy Fiziki, No 6, 1971, pp 167-170. ABSTRACT: Results are presented from theoretical and experimental studies of the electric gas dynamic engine, designed to create the thrust for a flight vehicle. Calculation relationships are produced, which agree well with the experimental data. It is demonstrated that the effectiveness of this engine can be rather high for practical purposes. A number of works have been written concerning ion-convection pumps operating on this principle, in which dielectric fluids are pumped using a Corona discharge. The use of the "Corona wind" in gases allows the creation of an engine. capable of operaLing in any non-conducting atmosphere. In contrast to the ion engine, the EGD engine creates thrust due to acceleration of a neutral. working fluid (for example, atmospheric gases) by means of ions, allowing the creation of a significant thrust, sufficient to support a vehicle in the atmosphere. 1/1 112 Oil UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--04DEC70 TITLE--CHANGES IN A ,YSTEM OF ENDOGENOUS GROWTH REGULATORS IN BEAN PLANTS UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF 2,4-D -U- AUTHOR-(05)-CHIGRIN, V.V., FILINKOLDAKOV, B.V., FADEYEVA, 0.1.1 -821=DVA, r.P., SYKALOv N.1# ~,_CdWTRY OF INFO--USSR ''SOURCE--KHIM. SEL. KHOZ. 1970p 8(4)v 301-2 DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--BIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES TOPIC TA'%-3S--LEGUME CROP, PLANT PHYSIOLOGYr PLANT GROWTH REGULATOR, HERBICIDE CONTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRAME--3008/0021 STEP NO--UR/0394/70/008/004/03OL/03OZ CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0137220 UNC i A Ss 1-F 1 E-0 2/2 Oil UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--04DEC70 CIRC ACCESSIO."J NO--AP0137220 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. TWENTY FOUR HR AFTER TREATMENT OF KIDNEY-BEAN PLANTS WITH A SOLN. OF THE K SALT OF 2,4-D (2 TIMES 10 PRIME NEGATIVE3 M), THE CONTENT OF INDOLEACETIC ACID (I) IN THE LEAVES WAS UNCHANGED, BUT AFTER 6 DAYS IT WAS DOUBL90. IN THE STEMS OF THE PLANTS THE AMT. OF I DOUBLEDi 24 HR AFTER APPLICATION OF THE HERBICIDES. THE ACTIVITY OF I OXIDASEv AND THE CAPACITY OF FIBER HOMOGENATES TO SYNTHESIZE I FROM TRYPTOPHAN, WAS CONSIDERABLY HIGHER FOR PLANTS TREATED WITH 2,4-D. FACILITY: SEVEROKAVKAZ. NAUCH.-ISSLED. INST. FITOPATOL., USSR. UNCLASSIFIED 71 21 -1 - OLOG.CAL ABSTI%kCTS/-~V 'LiL- ~-V.~ !~tlvijy and C!in~ I 1*1~ of PROOL ~-;SFRK 47f(dg 54-60. 1,69. jEng.. fractions, C-reactive protelln, sul~c ac.1d, toza! lipaze, choles -rol and aclU;ia were 4mvestirated to deter- s4pificance of some biGchera"Ca! !.,dics in eva:uatinl; ae"Vit), an- cilmic~l cur, off ly-ilmonary tubcrcu!osis in M porscns (72 -41th ac!;%c, 46 with subsidea morlaid process and 41 with clinical c,;rc;. A ship b tween the frequency of disturb-inces in some metaboUc ivd!cci ' e ~uberculrs'--), e form of t1c morbid process (in patients with active and th as well as it.- phase (in patients with millary heinatogenic -.,berculoS15.) f was revea-ld. Differences In the Incidence of disturbarim; mvolv,7, h some bioclemical indices were shown wi&. varying activity of Le tu ar- ' t'noIG-j'cal culous pro~ss, but since each Froup yields normal and pa va:uts V. the tests under study these values cannot be of clit.ical La act;-,,,rj ,,' 7-imoniry tuberculcEls- and recd,;al cQn;es in each parilcu'ir c"P.-G. S. Y, USSR UDC 681.2.085-36.088.6 AQQYAKOV. YU. L., and MINEVICH, M. L. "Minimization of a Toial Error in Digital Measurements" Moscow, Izmeritellnaya Tekhnika, No 9, Sep. 71, PP 36-3~8 Abstracti The dependence of total- error dsipexsion of a system of discrete measurements of stationary random processes, on the number uf binary digit bits of a quantizer np is analyzed. The system total error consists of quantization and interpolation e=ors, and also of the error caused by dis- tortion in the communication channel. Each of these components is considered separately. The results show that 1 the total error dispersion of a measuring digital system has always (p< 0.25~ a minimum, which is unique; 2) the optimal value of n depends weakly on the form of a correlation function and on the interpolation method, and lies within the range of n0< 8; 3) the utilization of linear interpolation instead of stepwise, in majority of cases, reduces the magnitude of the total error dispersion by not more than half. 157 Acc. Nr. A100186- Abstracting Service: Ref. Code CHEMICAL ABSTL.A VC 0 f) 0 81423b Effect of thz_'~Iysilt'f chemical reagents on results of-geochemical studies of deep and very deep boreholes., Dov- zhuk, V. G.; Bortok- Tr., 'Vses. Aquch--1ssTe_J_. .,.Qr A. (USSR). - inst. I ad. W 'Goeiths. . L9681 No. 4, (Russ). Various _61fe-R.-reagents, ma e mostly of cellulose, !ignin, and brown coal, are used as additives in deep and ultradeep drilling. Gases, in- cluding hydrocarbons, are formed during the thermolysis of these compds. at high temps. These gaseous products enter the drill- ing mud and affect certain parameters of the geochein. studies of drill holes. The gases, formed during thermal decompn. of various reagents (sunil, nitrolignin, KMTs, and.UShchR) were similar in their compn.: C02 98-99, paraffin hydrocarbons (in- cluding 6-11 homologs) 1-2. 'and H 0.1-0.5%, The amt. and compn. of the gases depended on the chem. compn. and moi. structure of the additives. Errors, generated by the penetra- tion into drilling mud of hydrot~arbon gases formed during ther- Molysis of chem. reagents, should be considered during any inter- pretation of the geochem. data. These errors are typical of sunil and nitrolignin at >100, for KMTs at >160, and for USh- ChR at M-200'. BLJR REEL/FRAME 19841568 1/2 007 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--18SEP70 ITITLE--EFFECT OF FERRIC OXIDE ON THE DECOMPOSITION OF CALCIUM AND MAGNESIUM ISULFATES DURING THE ROASTING OF FLUXED PELLETS -U- AUTHOR-(04)-BORTS, YU-Mev KOPYRIN, loAev FUSAKOV, L,Nov LENEV, L.M. r-4... - dw COUNTRY OF INFO--USSR SOURCE--IZV. AKAD. NAUK SSSR v METfL.11970# (1), 7-11 DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--CHE.MISTRY TOPIC TAGS--SULFATE, PELETIZATIONr MAGNESIUM COMPOUNDy IRON OXIDE, CALCIUM SULFATE9 CALCINATION CU-11TROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTION~ DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRAME--1984/0168 STEP NO--UR/0370/70/000/001/oool/oolI CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0054964 UNCLASSIFIED 2/2 ''007 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--18SEP70 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0054964 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. PELLETS FROM THE MIXTS. FE SUB2 0 SU.83: CASO SUB4 EQUAL 4 AND FE SUB2 0 SUB3:, MGSO SUB4 EQUAL 4(WT. RATIO) WERE CALCINED IN AN AIR STREAM* REACTIONS WITH CASO SUB4 AND . MGSO SUR4 STARTED GREATER THAN 1200 AND 1000DEGREESt RESP. w Uhr- L AS S-, .1 F I E 0 USSR uDc: 669.162.i2:622-762.oo4.12 KOPYRIN, 1. A., PERMINOV, N. I., and BORTS, TU. M. "Influence of Magnesium on the Properties of Fluxed Zroa Ore Pellets" Izv. %ITJZ,, Chernaya Metallurgiya, No 6, 1970, pp 28-32 Abstract: A study was made of the effect of substitutimg, dolomite for limestone in pellets manufactured of finely grained SSGOK concentrates with (CaO + yLgo): SiO2 = 1-34- It was established that the replacement of limestone by dolomite facilitates an increase in the rate of desulfuration and a decrease in the temper- ature of the beginning of active desulfuration of the pellets. Due to the lower quantity of fluid mobile melt, oxidation of Fe 0 in pellets with dolorrLite occurs more rapidly and is possible right up to 1200()8. 4The process of oxidation and desulfuration can be combined in a single zone of high temperatures, whereas pellets with limestone must be oxidized in a zone of moderate temperatuxes (not over 11000C). The presence of free lime (up to 0-5%) and its hydration cause intensive breakage of pellets with limestone in the moist atmosphere. Under the same conditions for dolomite pellets, no free lime is detected and they lose their strength to a lesser extent when stored exposed to the a1r. With increasing ~IgO in the pellets, the softening temperature increases from 1065 to 11600C. From the standpoint of impravement or slag pro introduce perties, it is more expedient to dolomite inte the pellets than :Lnto the agglomerate. 4 Illustrations; 2 tables; biblio. refs. 1/3 - 0 12 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DA' F-20NOV7~ TITLE--K14NETICS AND MECHANISM OF OE5ULFUHIZATION DURING THE SINI-ERING OF FLUXcEb PELLETS -U- AUrHOR-(03)-dCRTSj YU.N., KGPYRINq [.A., GAVRINt E.G. CGUNTRY OF INFO--USSR f-31 SOUkCE--IZV. VYSSH. UChES. ZAVED., CHERN. MET. 1970t 1312), 34-8 DATE PUBLISFEC------70 SUBJECT AREAS--MATERIALS TOPLC TAGS--PELLETIZATION, DESULFURIZATION, SINTERING FURNACEv NETALLURGIC FLUX CONTROL 14ARKI&G--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRAME--1997/1365 STEP NO--UR/0148/70/013/002/0034/0038 CIRC ACCESSICN 140--ATOLZO161 UNCLASSIFIED 2/3 - 012 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--20NOV7C CIRC ACCESSICN NO--AT0120161 ABSTRACTIEXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. ON THE- BASIS' OF (.1 FERATURF DATA ANO LA(i I X11TS. v Vill' 111-CHANI SM OP 1111- R~M()VAI. tif- t; 11t,114INt. ()X JOU, 11j,46 FIkING Of- I LUXLL) PELLLIS 1-kL)M ;! (;tlNfG. CGINCS. CAN LQ 1,(.11lit sLNJI~t) uY 1111- FOLL06ING: (1) IREACTIVE GIFFUSION OF S IN THE PARTICLE- Of- THE CONCN. ; (2) ADSORPTION OF 0 AND SC SUB2 AT THE SURFACE OF THE FE AND CA OXIDES; (3) SULFURIZATICN OF THE mETAL OXIDES AND THE SULFIDES DuRING THEIR INTERACTION WITH 5 GASESt WITH THE FORMATION OF INTERMEDIATE COMPLEXES AND SULFATES; (4) INTERACTION OF THE SULFATES WITH AL SUB2 0 SUB3, SIO SU82, ANb FEE SUB2 0 SUB3r.WITH THE FORMATION OF-ALUMINATES, SILICATES, AND FERRITES OF CA AND OF SO SUB2; (5) DESORPTION OF 50 SU62 FROM THE SURFACE OF THE SCLID PARTICLES; (6) MOL. DIFFUSION OF 50 SUB2 AND 0 BET6EEN THE SOLID PARTICLES AND IN THE MAMINAR FILM OF THE GAS AT THE SURFACE OF THE PELLET. THE RATE OF THE REACTIVE DIFFUSION DEPENDS ON THE CONCh. CRADIENT GF S LN THE PARTICLE OF THE CONC. CONSEQUENTLY, THE S CGINTENT IN THE FIRED PELLETS DEPENDS ON THE UNIFORMITY OF THE DISTRIBUTIGN OF THE PYr0TE BETWEEN THE PARTICLES CF THE CONC.9 ON THE COARSENESS CF THE PARTICLES OF THE CCNC.v AND ON THE TOTAL S CONTENT IN IT. MUCF MCRE IMPORTANT THAN THESEv HOWEVER, IS THE EFFECT OF THE FIRING TEMP. ON THE RATE OF DESULFURIZATION OF THE PELLETS. INCREASING THE FIRING TEMP. FROM 400 TO IZOODEGREES LEADS TO A SIGNIFICANT SPEEDING UP OF THF REACTIVE DIFFLSION, AND CONSEQUENTLY IN A SHORTENING OF THE INDUCTICN PERIOC. f jf:b F 3/3 - 012 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE-20NOV70 CIRC ACCESSICN NG--AT0120161 ABSTRACT/ E;kTRt-;:T--ThE CtiSlj. LINEAR DEPENVENCE BETWEEN THE LOGARITHM OF THE AV. RATE DURING 10 MIN FIRING AND THE INVERSE TEMP. VALUE POINTS TO AN EXPONENTIAL RELATION BETWEEN THE RATE OF REMOVAL CF S ANU THE FIRING TEMP. ~.ITH INCREASING TEMP., TH)E RATE OF OXIDN. OF S INCREASES. AT 400-600DEGREES, THE SULFURIZATICN PROCESS OF CAO DOES NOT EXERT A STRONG EFFECT Cr\ TFE DESULFUPIZArIGN RATE AND IS UETD. BY THE MUL. DIFFUSION OF SO SU62. THE DESULFURIZATIC14 RATE AT 500 AND 600DEGREES IS HIGHER THAN AT 4OCCEGREES. THE STAGES OF THE DESULFURIZATION PROCESS OF FLUXED PELLETS DURING OXIGIZING FIRING ARE DISCUSSED. FACILITY: CHELVABINSK. NAUCH.-ISSLED. INST. MET.t CHELYABINSK, USSR. , - '~ lu ~~ ci '-) FF If E~' ervice: Acc. Nr. Abstrat)ing S Ref. Code 97'003G,2JL!i' CHEMI ABST. -70 u)? 61q-g 69567ti Kinetics mechanism of desulfurization during ~ he roasting of fluxed pellets at the Sokolov-Sarbai Concentration Mill. I ' Borts Yli- "j- Kopv-rin, I. A-; Gavrin, F. G. (Nauch.-Itted ' in f. Met- (:helvabinsk, L;6SR). I-yssh- Lcheb. 1909, :!6-3:! IRuss). Iran- ore pellets 12-15 rnin in diam. weighing 20 g were dried at 140- 150'. The anit. a,' S evolved was detd. by iodunietry. The desulfuration was studied at 400-1200' with bas:cities of the pellets of 0.7 and I.G. During slow heating of the pellets. tile effectof sulfate formation oil Selitnination iscleark- visible. The inost probably process that inhibits desulfurization at 600-1000' is the sulfatizing of CaO taking place in tile decorripri. of calcite. The inhibiting effect of sulfatizing is reduced at >1000' owing to tile deconitin. of CaS04. The desulfurization starts at 4()0*, io- dependently of the basicity. ft is rnost ititunse at 5W-6000. A temp. increase to 900-1(X)O* is not accompanied by a ruticeable elimination of S. The elimination of S and the desulfurization rate are inversely proportional to the basicity. The effect of the filtration rate was studied with a consuniption of cold air of 0.22- 1-51.,/rilio. Theoptiniurn% vas 1.0-1.2 1. imin. Tile effect of the pellet size was studied with diams. of 6-35 mm at a CaO:SiO2 rati6 of 1.4. There is a linear dependence between the pellet size and degree of desulfurization. L. Hall REEL/FRATME 19721039 USSR UDC S39.376:620.171 I'!, YU. NAP,0YC-!:':,,O, K. V. , CHEBU111:01.7, V. 1. NAUMV, S. G. , LAVED-KIN, L. 1. R Mosoc I'lligh Tei,.iperatulc- Creep of Zirco;ihim Carbido" Problerin!, Proc-l-mosz-i . ~Nlo 3, 19"172, pp 50-53~ 1 Abstract: Results 'ire prosentod from creep ,nd long-term scronr,,zh tests of Sp,--Cir.,,,c;lS of -zi--conium ca-rlldc in the 2,450-2,810'l, tei-aperature rUllf"O. The nature of of the --irconim-iii carbide in various st-igcs of creel) -and tlic; relationship bctifeen parmliietcrs characterizing crccp and the test conditiolm, of tl,l(: terial re ,;tudicti. It is clu"Onstrated that ill tile 2,450-2,810%, ilItCl-Vtl Witil 01' O.S-1.0 the -s ta.~;k! il.),-, -.11 G-1 Zj,"lZU-',l JIE~ CZIll:I?WC iS d0tUl-Millt2d bV -. diffw;ioll of 116 ~ 18 kcalf,mol. Acc . Nr: Ref Code: ON 0 1 PRLMARY SOURCE: Vestnik Of t a ogii, 1970, Nr INIETHODS OF STUDY AND BASIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE OCULAR HEIMODYNAMICS (EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION). Yu, S. Astakhou, V. N. Bortsov Summary Methods for experimental study of ocular hemodynarnics are described. with the investigation carried out on cats. Tt~in polvethylene catfieters measuring 0.1--0.2 mm in diameter were lnt~oduced into the posterior ciliary artery and intrascleral venous pexus. Intraocular tension in the anterior chamber was measured with the aid of a canoulatee. needle connected to an electric manometer. To measure the blood flow the polyethylene catheter was inserted into one of the major intraselerat' veins, after all other. verious branches have been ;i-ated. Blood pouring out of the catheter was-collected in gelatin capsules and then weighed with a torsion balance. The mean pressure in the long poste. rior ciliary artery amounted to 78.8 mm Hg (26 cars), that of intrascleral Venous pressu- re comprised 10.67 mm Hg (35 cats), w6ile the mea'n value of the uveal blood flow- equalled 1.002 g1min (11 cats). The signiiicance of the methods described for the study of the ocular hemodynamics and of its role in the regulation oi ophihalmotone iA considered. USSR 0 uDc 612.822.3+612-821.6 BQMI~ ~VR~.K.,, Iaboratory of Conditioned Reflexes, Institute of Higher Ner,rous Activity and NeurophysioloMr., Academy of Sciences USSR, Moscow "Evoked Potentials in the Formation and Achievement of a Conditioned Reflex" Moscow, Zhurnal Vysshey ifervnoy Deyatellnosti, Vol 23, 110 3, MaY/Jun 73, pp 468-47'6 Abstract: An examination is madel on the basis of uublished data., of exDe--imen- tal conditions which affect changes in evoked potentials in animals durin~f the U develmment of a conditioned reflex and an attemT)t is made to e~mlain the neurophysiological and other mechanisms of these chanjes. Amon- the factors that can result in an increase or decrease in evoked potentic.1 amplitude are the stage of development of the conditioned reflex, the previous histoi-j of the conditioned stimulusY neutral stimu.1i used to evoke an electrical res-oonse and the experimental conditions. An increase, particularly, in evoked poten- tial a-mmli-'tude can be ex-olained on tht: basis of tone and -DIM-se activation of' the cerebral cort,ex and their interrelationships at different sta.,Ses in the develoDment of the conditioned reflex. The reticular formation of the mesen- cephal~n and the hypoth==is can afffect electricaa arcti--,ity in, the co:-tex. Characteristics of the conditioned reflex itself can also affect increases O_- d creases in evoked potentials. Nr Ref. Code Abstradting:- Service: MT043243- CHEMICA'L ABST. aR 00AO Al r-iii-02n Interaction of carcinogens with rnicrosornal heme- proteins. floru Raikhman, L. P B k eva, ~M. I& ; M.; Shabalkin, V 1i53 9 --f" 'Sco 0 A kad. 7 le (ju N5SR 51-4 jBiophysi ~Russ). EPR spectra were reported for microsomes (rats) treated with INO, 3,4-berizopyrene, 1,2,5,6-(libenzanthracr-ne, 2(,,-.metlivl- cholanthrene, and '1'he results showed that vancerogens are able to birid to the hemin proteins of the nlicrosonie~. Microsonics treated with NO in the abserwe of cancerogelis gave EPR similar to t1hose pro- duced bv 11b a,-,(! other similar proteins i- the ff.)rin oi ilitrosy'l' derivs. Treatinerit with the cancerogens cliaiiges the sig;lal , to sorne degree u with greater definition of fine structure aiving f electron localizat;wi. The charge was greate- it-, 1.11e ca-~eof 9,10- dime tit illberizan thraceiie, tliestron.~ercancerogeri, than in thecase of It was suggested zhat the hitidim,- occurs at a livalrophobic portion oi the protein near- the porphyrill ring- G. Al Kosulapuif J PREL /ERMME 197G1414 SCI. AAST. SER.',.~Y 1-- 7 0 P00260219 5862 UZ5fting earth faults in 6-20 kV overhead distribution network's bv means of Lix'Poisk-I 'instrument. I P-rukhman. A.PAuzrietsov. Eleki. Stansth (USSR), no. 1. p,43. In Russian. The 'Poisk - I' is a portable device for measuring the harmonic rnagrv~ttc 'qL !ds I "I the neighbourhood of overhead Unes caused by earth faulci on the iines. Thc un t consists of an inductor senser. band-pass filter (wide range of harmorz!s:~ W;~ sharp, rejection at 50 Hz), transistor amplifier and rectifier meter. The instrument and its rnethod of operation are described. Nflore than 30 ot- flh~: instruments have bxn employed with success o, Lr a pericx~, oi iv- 0 years. A complete schemaLic diagram is given. J.HffG. -1 -J4 1.12 oto UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--30OCT70 tITLE-THkFMAL UECOMPOSITIUN UF 14AGNESIUM NITRATE -U- htoTl4CR-f03J-BERGv LoGer SURUKHOV9 I.A.9 SAIBOVAv MoTe CCUNTRY OF INFO-LSSR SC;UACE--UZ8o KhIM, ZH* 1.970v L4(21* 32-4 DATE PUBLISfiED 70 SUdJECT AREAS-CHEMISTRY TOPIC TAGS-MAGNESIUM COMPOUNOt NITRATE9 THERMAL OECOMPOWION CC-0itft0L' MARKING-NO RESTRICTIONS QttWt-,%T CLASS-UNC LASSIFIED VxuXv_REEL/FRAHE--1499/jQ6Q STEP NO--UR10291/7OiOl4fOO2/0032/0034 CtAC ACCESSICh N0--AP0&23053 UNCLASSIFIED 9 5 B a &-apt %-.M WE 9-ou-151WIM-1 "WIM r* I gru ~ql 212- 010' UNCLkSSIFIED Clac. ACCIESSICN! NO-AP91;3053 PROCESSING DATE-30OCT70 EXTRACT-W.-GO-0- ABSTRACT A OTA STUOY OF THE THERMAL -cwcomph. (JF~%MG(M0--SUb3).SU82.&H SUB; 0 INDICATES ENDOMERMAL EFFECTS AT L45--509,'AND 410!-35DEGRIEES; THE-RO40GRAVIMETRY INUICATES WT. LOSSES AT 230o -3709 ANU 430DEGRIEES-rCRRESPONDING;To THE FURMAtION OF M61IM'SUB11 SU82.214 -SUB2 Ot NGING.SUB31 SU92o AND MGOI RESPO ~#ACKITVZ INSTO KMIM,q TASHKENT* USSR* I E 0 Acc. Nr Abstractlnj rffcce: e -, A04O 00034:119- cHEMICAL ABST. Thermogrephk afWlYsis at axamoulon phosphates. =V �Qb.... a. I.; Nmity- A i I Y"'.5 i X~h AFn- Khrpo. - Igog. 14(11), .9.,K" (RUSS). X-ray diffiaction piatterns of (XH4)H2M, (NH4hHPO4, and (NH,&)&PO4.3H%O are given. (NH,)&PO,,.3HO loses I NF-a easily and is converted to a diammonium phosphate, which has a dif- fereni powder-diffmction pattern than that of (NH4):HPO,. DTA of (NH#)HsPO, shows only I endothermic effect, at,-300*, ding to melting. When heated, (NHi)*HPOj partially 1=1PON, at 155' and melts at 185*. (INH4),P0~3HsO melts at 60* (incongruently), and loses HIO at 110' with the ~simul- taneou3 decompn. to (NH4),HP04, which subsequently melts at 1800. HMJR REELORAME 19710762 .Pesticides USSR UDC 631.81 SAIBOVA, M. T., IVANOV, R. 11. , ja~_UjGi WAKOV, F. P., Institute _Ws,j. A. t and CHL of Chemistryl Academy of Sciences, Uzbek SSR "Effect of Magnesium Admixtures on the Physicochemical Properties of Ammophos" Tashkeni, Uzbekskiy Khimicheskly Zhurnal, No 4, 1972, PP 23-25 Abstraett Ammophos is produced by the Almalyk Chemical Plant in Uzbekistan from Karatau phosphorites and their flotation concentrater. containing up to 3.5% MgO. The presence of ammonium-magnesium phosphate exhibiting varying degrees of saturation with crystal hydrate mositure does not have a signi- ficant effect on the physical properties of ammophos which possesses a substantial moisture coapacity. Howevert when the latter is mixed with ammonium nitrate or urea to obtain balanced fortilizex~j, the low bygrOSCODiC point of dried ammophos may impair the quality of the fertilizer. For example, a mixture of granulated ammophas from apatite with ammonium nitrate and a moisture content of 0.6% has a hygroscopic point of 54 60 56%, compared with 38 to 42,,'-' for a mixture of ammophos from Karatau phosphorites with'aamonium nitrate and the same moisture content. The optimum moisture content of a mixture of Karatau ammophos with ammonium nitrate or urea should not be less 1/2 USSR SAIBOVA, H. T., et al., Uzbeks-kiy Xhimicheskiy Zhurnal, No 4, 1972, pp 23-25 than 2 to 2.5% thereby preserving good physical properties along -eith the highest hygroscopic point (52 -to 54%). Further drying of these fertilizers would be economically undesirable and also sharply increase their hygrosco- picity. 2/2 - 27 - USSR UDC 552,1:552.3-71 BQRUYJQ~~~ KEYTLIN, L. G. , KATSOYEVA, F. N. , 1,11JIM-DOV, G. G. , KIWIRABAYEV, I. Kh. "Behavior of Rock During 11,-oting in a Vacuum (Part Il. Phase Composition and Physical-Mechanical Properties)" Uzbekski), Geologi Che_Ski, 71, urnal, NO 6, 1971, pp 16-22. 1 ~ ABSTRACT: The infl11011C0 Of Vacuum treati-wnt on the corn-position of th-o crystallizing phases of three petrographic types of basic and ultrahzisic rocks was studied usini, nine samples from Western aiid Kanchatka. The possibility was cs~ablishcd in principle Of Ll--,in,,, thc inethad of cry-s- tallization "from the bottom" for satisfactory identification of the crys-- talline phases form-ed. It was demonstrated that vacuum heat treatment has a significant influence on the composition of the crystallizing ph;i,;cs. T] i c results of the work performed indicate a method for PrOCILICIA011 of hi~,)i-qualitv structural -,-.iatcrial. Apparently, optimal modes of production of- cry-SLaIlille structures and glasses can be found for each t)Te of imineral i-a%-., matcrial , considering changes in the material occurring during heat trcatment in a vacuum. 11i'uh iron and titanium contents of tile i;lit,-11 ;~atcrjal p-ov-ide 11A)i light-protection characteristics of cast products. USSR uDc 662,997:556.495 MM2Yj_A',-Z. I KAVASEEV, YU. Z., BASMAK, A. YA. "Some Problems of Development of High Temperature Research Using Solar Furnaces Based on the Experience of the Tashkent Heliotechnologists" Tashkent, Geliotekhnika, No 2, 197o, pp 41-44 Abstract: This article discusses high temperature research with solar nurnaces at the Electronics Institute of the Uzbek SSR Academy of Sciences. The tvo types of solar furnaces in use at the institute are described briefly. It is noted that one of the problems with which the institute is faced is development of methods of measuring the thermophysical. characteristics of a broad class of refr&ctory and heat-resistant materials in the high temperature ran3e using; a highly efficient source of heat such as the solar furnace. A method of measuring, the co~efficient- of thermal conductivity based on the use of regular thermal con- ditions of the third type (the thermal wave method) is described in two versions: rod (the method of axial temperature waves) and plate (the method of Diane temper- ature waves). 1-1,ethods of welding and cutting refractory materials by mana of concentrated solar energy are also discussed. It is pointed out that on the solar welding device it is possible to weld mterials of the nonmetallic class. Bars of 1/2 USSR BOWKHOVIP 11-1. W., Et al., Geliotekhni'ka, No 2, 1970, P-d 41-44' zirconium dioxide dioxide and ragneGium oxide are welded at the foea! Y L point of the solar furnace. The method of welding usiv,,S concentrated solar radi- ation has a great advantage over gas and electric weldin,,.-,: it is malized i1nder exceptionall-, pure conditions and in the abscnce of electric and maGnetic fields. It is pointed out that the research being done at the institute has great signif- icance in solving a number of tec:anical problems under Earth conditions and in .mstering outer szace. At this time the institute is workinz- on the coust:-,iction of a unique device consisting of a solar furnace with a concentrator diameter of 3 m and heliobarochaTbers. The three-meter concentrator of the projector type will be installed on a tower so that the optical axis is vertically downward. The solar radiation will be airried at the concentrator by a heliostat. This heli- ostat will service the;~isting of a projector type concentrator 1-5 mm in diameter and a chamber 1 5 in volume manufactured from stainless steel. The barochamber can operate also as a radiation furnace. 2/2 USSR uDc: 621.317.757 GURE~ICH, V. E. , AGAPOV, G. V. , BO~R"6u"""- , DUE TS, Ye. Ya. , RABI- NOVICH, G. V. , Leringrad Blectrfe-al Engineering Institute of Condiluni cations imeni Professor M. A. Borch-Bruyevich "An Analyzer of the Correlation Characteristics of a Pul-c~--Code Sign-al" Moscow, Otknrtiya, !:iobreteniy raztsy, '~' -a,- Promyshiennyye Ob ~yaiLnyv~~ Zij~, No 9, Mar 72, Author's Certificate flo 331322, Division G, filed 6 Nov 69, published 7 Mar 72, D 134 Translation: This Author's Certificate introduces: 1. An mnalyzer of the correlation characteristics of a pulse-code signal in sysi,-s for data trans- mission by uniform codes. The analyzer contains a contre *-;-able delay unit, a coincidence circuit, a source of synchronizing pulses ar.,31 -- pulse counter. As a distinguishing feature of the patent, the device is designed for sepa- rate ineasurement of the correlation factor of two signal t2-ainS spaced by the same time interval but located in different places of the code grouts. Connected between the out-tut of the coincidence circuit and the input of ~7 e pulse counter is an additional coincidence circuit i-.-hose cortrollin-'r 1-6 1 input is connected through an additional controllablie delay unit to the 1/2 USSR GUREVICII, V. E. et al., USSR Author's Certificate No 331322 output of the source of synchronizing pulses. 2. A modification of this analyzer distinguished by the fact that the effect which the degree of channel loading has on the result is eliminated by connecting a silent Sig- nal code group recognition unit to the input of the de-,;-ice. The output of the recognition device is connected through a channel time separation device to the inDuts of threshold charnel accumulators of a Dredeterined number of pulses and to the inputs of channel coincidence circuits. The channel time separation device is controlled from the source of synchro- nizing pulses. The controlling inputs of the channel coincidence circuits are connected to the potential outputs of' the correspondinE channel aaccumu- lators, and the output signals from the coincidence circuits are fed to the input of the silent signal control grcup counter, the input of each channel acciululator being connected tbrough ~in inverter to the reset cir- cuit of this accumulator. Tile pulse outputs of the cha-finel acewl!ulators are connected to the inT)ut of the counter for the total number of silence intervals. 212 - 50 - UDC: 546.261:538.632:537.3 BORMOVICH. -A. S., GELID, P. V., and ST.,%_RTS';:','V, V. Ye. "Galvanomagnetic Characteristics of ilonocarbides of the IVa-Va Subgroup Tr,~nsition Metals" Tomsk, Izvestiya TUZ--Fizi'j,-a, lio 5, 1973, pp 142-145 Abstract: This brief communication discuss3s the results of measure- ment of the galvano-ma6netic characteristics of monocarbides, %Jhich by composition are closely related to equiatomic varieties. It is noted 'Uhat such an i-tivestigation, even in weak -magnetic -fie-:ds in which the ratio of the raean free path to the radius of the cyclo- tron orbit is less than unity, is important to establish a comiec- tion between these characteristics and those o-C the electronic structure com-outed for TiC, ZrC, vaid 1-TibC. This, i-r. turn, onens 1;1-,e possibility of qualitative interpretation of such kinetic beharioz' in monocarbides as the H-all effect and reluctance. The data used by the authors for I.-heir analysis was obtained in research of the flail effect and transverse reluctance in Ti-CO.99, ZrCO.qE,,, HbCl and TaCO.98 specimens at 700 and 20.40 X temneraturc3 -.nd maol;? le"fields u-. to 22 koen teds. AAM..'explanat ion i.,, f oun'd f or 'V- he d if - ference in 41.1all. coefficic-nts and reluctance values for thei.~e variouc specimens. 53 Acc. Nr; Abstracting Service: Ref. Code: 4,00046G13 CHEMICAL ABST.e.~~ UP, 0 P- 59607f Ouantitative Aevaluation of the hot strength of brittle materials subjected to unsteady-state thermal action. Lanin A. G-i Borunoy-A 1~g!)Eoav V.S - Pooov V. P.; Tkachey. A. A.- (USSR ermoprech. Mater. Kons~~,_._ ~Fe'pn. 1969, -No. 5, 284-03 (Russ). A device is described for detn- of the hot strength of brittle refractories. The device enables samples of material to be heated rapidly to 1000' and cooled by plunging into an oif bath. The moment of rupture of the sanip'le is detd. by a pressure-transducer, Nvhile the ternp. field of the sample at the moment of rupture is ca'.cd. from the bounda-,v conditions. Fiarry Watts _J REEL/ FRAME 19781909-,l ?JSSR UDG:532. 529 BORUNOVA, E. P. and KOLERSKIY, S. V. "On Problem of Determining Parameters of Higb-Dispersion Radioactive Aerosols" Odessa, 11-ya Vses. Konf. po Vopr. Ispareniya, Goreniya i Gaz. Dinamiki Dispersn. Sistem, 1972 (11th All-Union Conference on Problems of Evaporation, Combustion and Gas Gynamics of Dispersion Systems, 1972), 1972, p 12 (from Referativnvy Zhurnal-Mekhanika, 1973, Abstract No 2B1211) Translation: Investigation was conducted on the possibility of tising a set of diffusion batteries and electrostatic precipitators for a complex determination of the following integral parameters of high-dispersion and ultra-higli-dis- persion radioactive aerosols: ratio of charged and noncharged aerosols, mean diffusion coefficient of charged, noncharged and all aerosols, mean electric mobility of charged aerosols and mean number of elementart, charges on one radioactive, charged aeroSol particle. 1/2 Estiniates were made of errors in deteri-nination Of intclt,ral 1):1 rs, USSR BORU-NOVA.1 E. P. and KOLERSKIY, S. V., 11-ya Vses. Konf. T)o Vopr. IsDareniya,, Coreniya i Gaz. Dinmni-ki Dispersn. Sisttem, 1972, P IP limits of their validity were calculated for the case of monodispersed aerosols, systematic errors due to polydispersion of aerosols were investigated. Integral parameters were measured of ultra -high-dispers ion radioactive aerosols, which are decay products of radon fission occuring in dustless air of the closed charnber inside of which a radiurn source was placed, Integral parameters of ultra-high-dispersion aerosols of iodiiie-137 obtained from a iodine generator were also rneasured. 2/2 Acc. Nr. lion 025G43 Abstracting Service: Ref. Code -10 qIq CHEMICAL ABST..9 on I P_ 43050v Reduction of aceto- and Propiophenone in the presence of cobalt and nickel catalysts. Effeci of poisons. Freidlin, L. K h. - nova NT S S. NIck I -Va u k at ef. itm. 190V. (10), 2:.90,5 (Russ). The products of redn. with H of AcPh and FtBz o%,r-r Raney Co, Co-AI203, and Ni-AIjOj catalysts were tabulated for a variety of exptl. conditions. The Co catalyst at 120' and up to 80 atm. caused hydrogenation of only the CO groups and no ring bydro- genation was observed. Over the Co catalyst, the resulting carbinols underwent some hydrogenolysis at the C-011 bond even at room temp., and almost total conversion to hydrocarbon took place in reactions run at 100"and 80 atm. With Ni-AI:Oj cata- lyst the redn. of the ketone CO group predominated along with hydrogenolysis; of the C-OH bond, but hydrogenation of the ring also took place to an appreciable degree. The hydrogenation proper and hydrogenolysis proper evidently take place on different regions of the catalyst surface. Partial poisoning of the Ca and N'i catalysts by 10% Cd almost totally suppressed .he hydro- genolysis reactions. A similar effect was caused b~ added Pb. REEL/FRAME AP0025643 Thus, selective redn. of the ketone to the carbiriol could be achieved. Hydrogenation of McPhCHOH over Ni-AlzOj cata- lyst gave some 51.8cl'o hydrocixbon products (rnere contact with the catallyst in N atm. resulted in Po change of the carbinol over this catalyst at SO* and 120 atm.). Methyleyclohexylearbinol did not react at aH under these conditions. G. N1. Kosolapoff 19660530- Biophysics USSR LTC 576-343 I -ploluti A,~ S. F. , GOL-DIFFEL-D, X. G. , HLIKUM, I. G. , KL LAY, BINTMV, V. 1. QY JD D. G., MZ"NETSOV, A. N., Sftk-FlRil, A. B., and OSTROVSKIY, D. 11., Institute of Biochemistrf imeni A. N. Bakh, Academy of Sciences USSTI, 1.1oscow, Institute of Chemical Physics, Academy of Sciences USSSR, Moscow, and Institute of Epidenioloa and Hicrobiology itmeni 14. F. Gamaleya, Moscow "Investigation of Structural Transfo=ations in Biomembranes by 1--leans of the Spin- Probe Methodi Temperature-Induced Changes in Bacterial E'embranes" Moscow, Kokhimlya, Vol 36, 11o 6, Nov/ Dee 71, pp 1140,-1155 Abstracti To investigate changes induced in bacterial membranes by tearera- ture changes within a physiological range, isolated ana 5ound-disintegrated membranes of ii. lysGdeikticus and E. coli were mixed and incubated with the free izAnoxyl rzdicals 1,1,3,3,?-pentamethyl-7,8-1)-Pn--o-1,2,3,4-tet--ahydro- (I) wid 2,2,'0,6-tetml-a~athyl-4-cap-77loy- loxylpip-aridine-1-oxyl (11) serving as indicators of structural changes, Compound I was incorporated in the protein fraction ard compound, !I In the lipid fraction of the membrane3. The corielation ob5oried between the apin diffusion of the 'est molct.ules and the tempezuturc indicate.3 that structural transfor:1-ations take plac,~ in bot L, -h the protein and the lipid fractions. Thp drastic which occu-r in the EPR of tile ra(.`1ic,,_1~i at c_1cva.L__d '2 li-X USSR BINY110Y, V. 1., et al., Biokbimlya, 701 36, No 6, flov/Dec 71, PP 1149-1155 temperatures suggest that high temperature induces conform-ational transfozma- tions In 'k-.he protein fraction, and these induce structural transformations, in the lipid fraction of bacterial membranes. 2/2 R0037584 BIOLOGICAL ABSTRACTS/-~6 0 0 OC e gibberellovoi I 4Lindolilukausnol (-ki-1=116.~110US"S ~SRIPY= v r2.zlichnykh usloviyakh rnineral'nogo Pitanlya. [The effect,of gibberellic and A-tndoLMcel,1,c r.1d~.o';the nitrogen metaEoRism W 1upine under culierent nutrition. '7 NAUCH TR LITOV SEUSK Moz XMIP" 14(31725:31. rom- REF 2:11 brrD VYP RkSTENIEV01), 1968, No. 11.53.393. (Translation)- -In experiments with lupine In sand culture, there vw no difference between GA and 1AA with respect to their action an N meta:zolism. Different amounts of both LAA and GA had different effects on the N content of the plant leaves; large amounts led to more ,r:Jound and prolonged changes. There was a direct connection between the action of GA ind MA on the N metabollsin on the one hand and the level of NP nutrition of the lupine. In lupine grown on Hallriegel's inetilum with MI amounts of N, P, and K, and under the action of GA and IAA, there was a reduction in the percentage content ',a the leaves of protein N and a rise In the content 3f nonproteLn N. When the con- centrations of N and P were increased in the nutrient medium, the growth substances caused a considerable rise in the percentage content of protein N and a corresponding reduction in the nonprotein N of the leaves. 19'730r- - 5 55 ILMICALOST. Ail) 12898y- Ischtion grosshemin from Ch,irtolepl:; inlti~,n--I~,:--t. 1 -11 u kh M. N',; S' m e t7 a n ov', -heicheriko, V. I.; K. ---FT7, 7~ ("Se 13or ed- - 0e im. 1969, 5(3 ~,184-6 (Russ). 17rom &.e HiO-E-L. of leaves, and flower ca-lathides of C. intermed%; was i5olate t grosshemin (1), m. '200-21', fczj'D' 159.91' (c 1.14; CHCI,~ 0 QH2 OET ~C~ 0 Dehydrogenation of I over Se at 290-350' for ~O inizi, ga,-~ chamaztilene. which was ident ifipd by thin-layer chroniato~~- Phys., chern., and uv, asid ir spectralinal. cNtablished the suitc- ture of 1. Sillytizilk -J 1.91D-L USSR UDC: 539-4.620 BORZDYK4, A. M. , Central Scientific Research institute of Ferrous Mletallin-gy, _MO_6*d_OV__ "Effect of Repeated Loading on the Relaxation Stability of Heat-Resistant Nickel-Chromium Alloy" Kiev, Problemy Prochnosti, No 9, Sep 72, pp 53-55 Abstract: The author investigates the influence of cyclic stresses durin" relaxation on the relaxation resistance of grade ko-,~.6711!Tyu al-10Y. it is shown that the hardening action of repeated loading which is observed in ti-e high-temperature region is insignificant at 60-70,5 of the nelting point. it is concluded that such treatment is ineffective at relaxation softening tem- T)eratures. 32 - USSR and GETSOV, L. B. UDC 539-3-59-3 Relaksatsiya napryazheniy v metallakh i splavakh (Stress Relaxation in Metals and Alloys), Nb~cow, "Metallurgiya" Press, 1971, 304 p., illustrations, tables, graphs, bibliographic references, 3400 copies printed. Translation of Annotation: The book discusses stress relaxation in metals and alloys, methods for studying it, and the principal determining factors, including temperature, initial stress, time, and the size factor, as well as metal behavior under nonsteady-state con- ditions. Data are given on the effects of alloying on the rya-laxation resistance of steel and other construction materials. Described are neurly developed con- ditions for the heat treatment of steel and alloys to ensure maximum relazation resistance. The book is intended for engineerin,-, technical, and scientific personnel of the metallurgical and machine building industries. Translation of Table of Contents: Forevord 5 Introduction 6 Ch. 1. Physical Nature and Mechanism of Stress Relaxation in Metals and Alloys 9 1/4 1. Stress Relaxation Phenomenon 10 - 89 - USSR " BORZDYKA J, A. M. and GETSOV, L. B., Relakcsatsi3ra naT)ryazheniy v metallakh i splavakh , Moscow, "IIetallurgim" Press, 1971 U 2. Characteristics of Stress Relaxation and Creeo 15 3. Stress Felaxation and Temperature 18 4. Fundamentals of Relaxation Resistance in Metallic Katerials 21 Ch. II. Stress Relaxation and Creep 29 1. Theory of Creep 33 2. Correlation of Stress Relaxation and Creep 40 3. Experinental Data 50 Ch. III. I-Ifethods of StudyirLag Stress Relaxation 67 1. Relaxation Folloving Stretching and Compression 67 2. Relaxation Follo~dng Bendin.a and Twisting 86 3. Relaxation in Helical Springs 100 4. Relaxation in CorlDlex-3tress State 1o4 Ch. IV. Effect of Various Factors on the Process of Stress Relaxation and Its Criteria 112 1. Conditions for LoacLing and Unloading 112 2. Initial Stress 119 3. Time 128 h. Temperature 130 5- Size Factor 137 2/4 USSR BORZDIYA, A. M. and GETS011, L. B., Rela-ksatsiya napryazlieniy v metallakh i splavakh, Moscow, "Metallurgiya" Press, 1971 6. Principal Criteria of Stress Relaxation 140 Ch. V. Cyclic Stress Relaxation 149 1. Relaxation Following Repeated Loading 149 2. Relaxation Following Aliernating Leading 159 3. Relaxation Following Cyclic Variation of Temperature 163 4. Tensile Strength Under Stress Relaxation Condition 178 Ch. VI. Effect of Alloying on the Relaxation Resistance of Alloys 192 1. Pearlitic Steels 194 2. Ferritic-Martensitic Steels 208 3. Austeniltic Steels and Fe-Cr-Ni Alloys 219 4. Ni-Cr-Base Complex Alloys 227 5. Nonferrous Metals and Their Alloys 234 6. Refractory Y4tals and Alloys 245 Ch. VII. Relaxation Resistance of Alloys ** as a Function of Stracture and Heat Treatment 248 1. Microstructure and Relaxation Resistance 249 2. Effect of Ifeat Treating on the Relaxation Resistance of Austenitic Steels and Alloys 258 3. Effect of Thermamechanical Treatment on the Relaxation 3/4 Resintance of Steels and Alloys 273 - or, - LJSSR * BORZDYKA., A. M. and GETSOVY L. B., Relaksatsiya napryazheniy v metallakh i splavakh,, Moscov, "Metallurgiya" Press., 1971 4- Structural Transformations in the Process of Stress Relaxation 281 Appendix 292 References 297 4/4 Mechanical Properties USSR UDC 539.4 BORZDYKA, A. M., Moscow "One Criterion for Long-Term Strength of Metals and Alloys" Kiev, Problemy Prochnosti, No 4, Apr 71, pp 64-66 Abstract: It is suggested that the stress a", corresponding to the transition of the process of creep from the second period to the third period, be used as a supplementary long-term strength criterion. It is established that the dependence between stress cy" and time T" is similar to the dependence between rupture stress and time to rupture, in connection with which it seems possible to extrapolate the determination of a" to extremely long periods of time, exceeding the ordinary duration of creep tests. Curves of a" as a function Of T" seem to be identical to "damage" curves. Based on analysis of a large number of primary creep curves, the expediency is demonstrated of determining the creep period e", the elongation at the beginning of period III, as a characteristic of long-term plasticity. 1/1 Z3 A 4:yj MO. 0 0 0 CHEMI~-- 14954n ReIRXation stability of austenitic steels and alloyg in relation to alloying and structure. Dorzd~ka. A. kj.. (USSR). Fir-Kham. fsskd. Zharoproch. Splanw. Dokl. Navch. Stsf., 21-ti 1968, 118-27 (Russ). Edited by Agecv, N. V. lied. "Nauka". Moscow,USSR. The effect wasstudied ofalloyingand structure (it] the rclaxatitin ~tabllity ill ferritic-martensitic and austenitic steel.,. Ailiotig feri-4:c-illartensitic steels, a steel contg. Cr 12, and Mu 0-5 wt- was mainly 5tudied and the effect of addiis. of V 0-5-1-0`4 fopLimunt 0,3-0.6~,j), W 0.5-4.01 '~* (optimum and Nh to 0.71,". All these additives increase the resil4ance to rclaxati~m at optimuin levels: modifying with B ((1.(R)2 0-0.(W I', ) inci-cascs t1iis resistance still further. Among austeiiitiv allo%.s, the one.-, on the basis of F---Cr-&Ni were studied with 10-78' 11 Ni, with and without. the addii. of W, Mo, and Ti. The relaxafion stability is primarily governed by the ratio of Nil Fe. Arnmig 7 tested steels, the ,iteel with the highest relaxation stability was Khl.-)N25%'-IT (EP 164). Furthermore, complexely alloyed steels Nvere studied and the bcst reLaxation stability was shown by the 6 component (;N i-Cr-W-Mo-Ti- Al) alloy Kh.N65%'MTYu t'EI893) which contained the optimurn amt. of the phase Nia(TOI) (16-20%). (-,Mjx 10601130 z .7y,0~~. A.M. Acc. Nr: Abstracting Service: ode: sp AF4043722' INTERNAT. AEROSPACE ABST. U "A70-23785 4 The softening temperature range uncle'r conditions of creep and stress relaxation (0 temptiratumom intervalf! razuprochneniia v is4oviiakh polzuchisti i relaksatsii naprinzhenii). A M. Borzdvka. Akadeniiia Nauk SSSR, lzvestiia, Mezally, Jan.-Feb. 1970. p. 119-122. 8 refs. In Russian. Demonstration that softening of ausieni6c steels and alloys at high temperatures occurs con5iderably more intensely under conditions of stress relaxation than under coqditions of creep This situation is attributed to the fact that under conditions of stress relaxation the softening action of temperature is not offset by the hardening action of plastic deformation. It is noted, however, that at temperatures above six-tenths of the melting point this explanation is not entirely Satisfactory. A. B. K, Al!5 FK~JFRME 19'00128 USSR UDC 669.15.24'26-194.620,178.156.4 BORZDYKA, A. M., and SVESHNIKOVA, G. A., Central Scientific Research Insti- .1letallurgy imeni I. P. Bardin "Increasing the Relaxation Stability of Heat-Resistant Nickel-Chromium Alloys by the Method of Training" Moscow, Metallovedeniye i Termicheskaya Obrabotka iMetallov, No 10, 1972, pp 53-57 Abstract: The effect of repeated loadings (training) on the relaxation stability of KhN77TYu, KhN67T-ITYu, and KhN62VMTYu at 750, 800, and 850*C was studied. The solid solution of the trwro last alloys wLs strengthened by a considerabLe amount of Id and 'Mo. kach alloy was subJected to 3 load- ings with 1-15 hour intervals at specified temperature. The obLaIned Cx- perimental data indicated that the relaxation stability of N'i-Cr alloys increases as a result of training. The residual relaxation stresses, GlOOO and 1-3000, of the KhN77TYu alloy increased by 15-257 after training at 750*C. '%pproximately the satne increase of (,10()o and 13-)()0o was obta.iried for the remaining two alloys trained at 800'C. The alternation of stresses (c0 < 0.8 GT) at 750-850% with relaxation periods, as well as the repeated loading of samples during the initial stage oE experiments, did not change 1/2 USSR BORZDYKA, A. M. , and SVESHNIKOVA, G. A., Ifetallovedeniye i Termicheskaya Obrabotka Metallov, No 10, 1972, pp 53-57 the structure of the alloy, which remained the saine after the heat treatment. The method of training these alloys should be conducted at 750-800'C because higher temperatures are detrimental to their mechanical properties. 2/2 - 71 - Acc. N Abstract- e; Ref. Cod CHEMIC 6 118460c Melting metallic manganese. Vlasenko, V. E.; BoIt5ov, L. .-, ZeNin. V. S.-, Zaporoz- hko, B. N ; Kozhushko, N.; Zakharchenko-G.F.; V, T.; Bor=kn. V. K S.S.R. 253,829 (Cl. C 21c), 07 Oct I(Mg, Appl. 22" Dec 19 1- From Olkryti~a, rzabret., Prom. Obrazisy, Torarnye Zna.,,-;, 1969, 46(.31), 36. Metallic Ma is n.ciced in an elec. furnace in a charge contg. silicomanganese while blowing compressor air through the bath to stir it. To lower the consumption of elec. energy and reduce carburization. blowing is carried on in raised electrodes without switching off the furnace and the silicomanRanese is fed into the furnace at the moment of blowing. NISCL R E F,6/ F M"I E USSR UDC 669-71-053.4-094(088.8) BORZENKO, V--,V-, ABRAMOV, V- YA-, POLOVN`IKGV, B. A. "Discharge Unit" USSR Author's Certificate No 276025, Filed 11 Jun 69, 'Published 6 Oct 70 (from R-Zh-Mete-Ilur6iya, Ho 4, Apr 71, Abstract No 4G146p) Translation: A design is proposed for an unloading device for a tubular leacher made in the form of a single-or dauble-bucket elevator. To lo-wer the removal of thin fractions of sludge with solution., the elevator bucket is equipped with a cylindrical chute, and a partition is installed in front of the bucket Vnich does not reach to the bottom of the elevator barrel. There are 2 illustrations. 29 - EbSR UDG 669.183.4o621 45-4 -7 1ASHVMNKO, I. P., TERESHOWK0, V. T., XtUYNOV, 0. V,._t TRAIggKOVICHO BORZEKKOV ula Branch of Central Scientific Research us Institute heta~UurT~, Havo-Tula I'vietallur-gical Plant "Sponge Iron for Steel Melting Production" Roscovo Xet&11urg, No 7, Jul 73, pp 20-22 Abstracto Investigations at the Nova-Tula Metallurgical Plant has revealed that iron ore concentrates with a maximum concentration degree must be used for the production of sponge iron suitable for remelting in steel melting aggregates. Factors which must be considered when using sponge iron In the capacity of raw material, burden, and substitute for steel scrap, are dis- cussed. The increase of iron content in the iron ore concentrate at 2aximum reduction degree of 9Vo leads to the growth of metallic iron in the sponge according to AFemet= 9init whereA.Femet=i-xicrease 9.5 67 - MR LESCHENKOg I. F., et all I Metallurgo No 7, Jul 73t pp 20-22 Of Concentration 0+-' reduced met-all-Ii-o- iror- im s7ponge Un 50, and ,8Fej.jit=i.ncrease of iron co-,i-;L-,-ent in initial co-r-icentratue (in '~O). The iron s7)on-e o--didation dependence in storage on.t-he metpji- zation deg--ee is charactuer-iz-ed by u A0=9 .9 3-0-09 4 dation concent-rtion increase-in 3no - - ~p vnere Ur In -:7 U- nge iron- r- stor---e ands =metall;:-,--io,,i "egree.of ini-jai s-.oon,--e ~ :Ln Th~c-~',LD de-,en- u u U- j he storage time in O-pen air is illust-rated. dence on t. u u res, 'U-i7o -,Uables. 2/2 USSR UDC:621.365.1-+669.046.54/5E E D. V., TRAMIMOVICH, V. I., SHENDYAPIN, V. D.,.' and KABLUKOVEKDY', A. F. "Refining of Iron-Nickel Lump in Electric Furnaces" Proizvodstvo Chernvkh Metallov (Production of Ferrous Metals--Collection of Works], No 7S, Metallurgiya Press, 1970, pp 143-1-18 Translation: Data are presented on melting of a charge pig based on iron-nickel lump containing .1% nickel, up to 0.2'a each phosphorous and suft"ur in 5 T electric arc furnaces. The influence of the lump composition and technology of raelt-ling on the technical and economic indicators of melting is studied. The use of IUM13 in melting high-qualitv steel with preliminary refining allows steel with lot,,- content of nonferrous impurities to be produced. 4 figures; -1 tables; 3 biblio. refs. 21 - USSR UDC:67-1.365.2+669.046.S4/55 J~QV,_ D.I.J. , TRAMIMOVICH, V. I., SHENDYAPIN, V. D. amd KABLUKOVSKri, Lo~~7,~k A. F. "Refining of Iron-Nickel Lump in Electric Furnaces" Proizvodstvo Chernyllh Metallov [Production of Ferrous Metals--Collection OIL: Works], NO 75, Metallurgiya Press, 1970, pp 143-14S Translation: Data are presented on melting of a charge pig based on iron-nickel lump containing 2% nickel, up to 0.2'0 each phosphorous and sulfur in S T electric arc furnaces. The influence of the lump composition and technology of melting on the technical and economic indicators of melting is studied. The Use Of Wlnt) in melting high quality steel with preliminary refining alloeis steel with lov., content of nonferrous impurities to be produced. 4 filyUrcs; 2 tables; 3 biblic. refs. 21 - Acc. Nr. Abstracting Service: Ref. Code AAM-30(;557 CHEMICAL ABST.-9-7,~') U P, 0 Ll ize 56500s Stabilization of rubbers. Bo zenkova. A. Ya.; Kom- l boya. A. F.; Rednikova, A.: EeidR 25 1-1 1 8 2, 4 (Cl. C 08d), 10 Sep 1969, Appl. 14 Mar I ; From Othryuya, Izo- bret., Prorn- Obraztsy, Tovarriye Znaki 1969, 46(28), 72. Rubber based on unsatd. raw rubbers is protected from 0.1 cracking with -N-phenyl -p-aniioophenol. N,1 SL -1 REEL/FRAME 112 025 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--16CrT70 --gERYLLIU.'i FLU-:~;~IOE YTTRIUM FLUORIDE SYSTGM ANO A CRCS~ SECTION OF TITLE THE POTASS TUM FLLJJQ IDE BERYLLIUM FLUORIDE YTTRIUM FLj-D;zTDt: SYSTEM qlTh AUTHJR-(03)-5fJRZENKQVA, M.P., GALINA, V.N., NOVOSEOVA, A.V. COUNTRY OF IiNFO--USSk SOURCE--IZV. AKAD. NAUK SSSR, NEORG. MATER. 1970, b(1), 25,30 OATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 UBJECT AR-EAS--CHEMISTRY TOPIC TAGS--BERYLLIUM COMPOUND, FLUORIDE, X RAY ANALYSIS, EUTECTIC, YTTRIUM COMPOUND, POTASSIUM COMPOUNO CONTROL RESTRICTIONS .00CUMEN'T CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRAME--1996/0925 STEP NO--UR/0363/70/006/00110025/00-3() CIRC ACCESSION N()--Af'0I18093 UNCLASSIFIED 2/2 025 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--16OCT70 CIRC ACCESSION NG--AP0118093 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. BASED ON THE RESULTS OF THE THERMAL A."ID X RAY PHASE ANALYSES THE CONSTITUTION DIAGRAM UF B SUBE F SUB2 MINUS YF SU83 SYSTEM WAS CONSTRUCTED. IN PARTICULAR, THE SECTION OF THE TERNARY KF MINUS BEF SU82 VF SUB3 SYSTEM WITH A CONST. (5 MOLE PERCENT) KF CONTENT WAS STUDIED. THE INTERACTION IN THE BEF SUB2 MINUS VF- SUB3 SYSTEM HAS A EUTECTIC CHARACTER. THE BEF SUB2 15 PmESENT IN THE SYSTEM, IN THE FORM CF A QUARTZ LIKE PHASE. THE EUTECTIC 15 OBSD. AT 77.5 MOLE PEKCENT BEF SU32, THE :),EST BEING VF SUB3v V;ITH THE M.P. OF THE EUTECTIC BEING 500DEGREES. BY USING OTA METHODS, THE PRESENICE OF REVERSIBLE POLYMORPHIC TRANSFORMATIONS FOR THE FLUORIOES WAS UBSO. (AT 10520EGREES FOR VF SUB3 AND AT 220DEGREES FOR QUARTZ LIKE BEF SUB2). INVESTIGATION OF MELTS OF THIS SYSTEMi ESP- IN THE BE RICH REGION, IS ASSOCD. WITH -MANY EXPTL. DIFFICULTIES DUE TO THE VOLATILITY OF THE BEF SUB2 AT LESS THAN 800DEGREES AND THE VITRIFICATION IN THE SYSTEM, THE TENDENCY TOWARDS I~HICH INCREASES WITH INCREAS[NIG BEF SUB2 CONTENT. PRIOR TO THE EXPT'J.1 THE ALLOYS WERE ANNEALEU AT 4000EGREES, SOMETIMES FOR 2-3 MONTHS. DUE TO THE VITRIFICATION IN THE SYSTEM, IT WAS 114POSS13LE TO CONSTRUCT THE PHASE DIAGRAM ON THE BASIS GF THE COOLING CUKVES. CRYSTN. OF THE SYSTEM CAN BE INOUCED BY ADDING KF. TO ENSURE EQUIL. IN SUCH A SYSTEM, LONG TERM ANNEALING (200-50 HR) AT 400DEGREES WAS REQUIRED, WHEN 5 MOLE PERCENT KF 15 A00c-Di THE FIELDS OF PRIMARY CRYSTN. IN THE SYSTEM RE;111AIN THE SAME. THREE FIELDS OF SECONDARY CRYSTN. ALSO WERE PRESENT. AT 300DEGREES THE TERNARY EUTECTIC 3EF SUB2 (QUARTZ LIKE) PLUS BETA- VF SUB3 PLUS KBE SU62 F M5 CRYSTALLIZES. UNCLASSIFIED Acc. Nr Abstracting Service: Ref. Code ti,of C03 4 0 G 9 CHEMICAL ABST. 3 Olq 62475d Spectrophotometric S reaction of -.nzlyb- r depurn with benzohydroxamic arid salicylhydroxamic auds. Alimarin, 1. F. '08 (USSR). Vestn. -`dosk. Khi-m . 44,ils MoWl) forms W11111- 1969, ~24(. benzohydroxamic (1), or salicy1hydroxamic (11) acids, in optimum 4004old excess, at p1H 1.2-3.6. soL 1.2 complexes, which suitable for the spectrophotometric detu. of Mo. Thus, absorb- ance max. and molar absorptivities (e) of the complexes of Nro- 00) with I are 350 and 1 .8 X 101 and with 11290 min and 8.6 X 101, resp. The absorbances of the cornplexes can be nitatwed also at 390 min (e = 1.2 X 101). Zr, W, and T--, WO(~--'Old amts.; Tif 'IV) 100-fold, and F0111) and V(V), 10-fold, do riot interfere with the Mo detn. T;',*Vl), Ni(il), Co(II), Cu(111), and Nb(V) also do not interfere, E. Svatek REEL/FRAIME 19710712 1/2 014 --230CT70 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE TITLE--DEHYDROGENASES OF PLAGUE GERM -U- AUTH,0R-(02)-G0LU!HNSKIY, YE.V., VOKLENKOM V.I. COUNTRY OF INFO--USSR -SOURCE--VOPROSY MED[TSINSKOY KHIMII, 1970v VOL 16, NR 3, PP 276-280 DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--BIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES TOPIC TAGS--DEHYDkOGENASE, PLAGUEt ENZYME ACTIVITY1 ACETIC ASID CONTROL M4RKING--N0 RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRAME--1999/0396 STEP NO--UR/0301/70/Olt)/003/0276/02~30 CIRC ACCESSION Nlll--AP0122576 U N' C L A '~ S 41 F I 1E D 212 014 'UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--230CT70 CIRC ACCESSION iNO--AP0122576 .ABSTRACT/EXTR4CT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. THE AIM OF THIS WORK IS THE STUDY OF SOME PROPERTIES OF PLAGUE GERM DEHYDROGENASES AND THEIR ORGANIZATION 11.1 BACTERIAL CELL. IT WAS ESTABLISHED THAT MALATE DEHYDFOGENASE AND ENZYMES REDUCING THE OXALOACETIC AND PYRUVIC ACIDS ARE SCILUdILIZED AFTER THE DISTRUCTION OF CELLS, AND THEIR ACTIVITY IS NAD OEPEND--:D. SUCCINATE AND LACTATE DEHYDROGENASE WEkE TU"HTLY BOUNDED TO CELLULAR MEMBRANES. THESE ENZYMES AS WELL AS NAD H SUB2 AND NADP H SU52 DEHYDit)GENASES WERE ABLE TO DIRECT REDUCTION OF 2,6,OICHLOROPHaNCLEINDOPHENOLEs FACILlTY: ANTI PLAGUE INSTITUTE, ROSTOV ON DON. USSR UDC 576-851-45-098-31:577-158 GOLUBINSKIY, Ye. P. and BORZENKOVA, V. I., Antiplague institute, Rostov-na-Donu "Pasteurella pestis Dehydrogenases" Moscow, Voprosy Meditsinskoy Khimii, No 3, 1970, PP 276-280 Abstract: Cell-free enzyme preparations obtained from Pasteurella pestis cultures (strains EV and 17) were capable of dehydrogenating NAD-i?, LIIADP-H2. malic, succinic, and lactic acids, and reducing oxalic and pyruvic acids. The enzymes that catalyze the above reactions can be divided into two groups: (i) dehydro- genases dependent on pyridine cofactors, and (ii) dehycL-rogenases that directly reduce Z,D'-dichlorophenol indephenol. Cultivation conditions are an important factor. For exavwle, the activity of the enzymes that catalyzed the dehydrogena- tion of NAD-H and NADP-H2 increased when bacteria were cultured at 370C. Under anaerobic co;~itions, the activity of the diaDhorases and malic dehydrogenase also increased significantly. USSR UDC 621.762.4.001 RAKOVSKIY, V. S., BORZETSOVS-KAYA K. M. , OLENINA, N. S., and BOLOTINA, T. A., All-Union InstituZe ot Lig~t Alio'Y's "Hot Deformation of Titanium Cermet Blanks" Kiev, Poroshkovaya 'Metallurgiya, No 1, Jan 73, pp 88-92 Abstract: The possibility of increasing the density oE titanium cermet blanks using upsetting, forging, and extruding was studied, The different processes of using powder metallurgy in an attempt to achieve an absolute density were compared with the same processes using VPI-00 titanium alloy. Chemical contents of the alloy and powder used were as follows: C Fe Si 02 N,) it Others FTEC-1 powder 0.01 0.06 0.01 0.07 0.62 0.002 0.10 VTI-00 alloy 0.05 0.20 0.08 0.10 0.04 0.008 0.10 It was established that molding of titanium powder at very high pressures (6-7 t/cm2), exceeding the yield strength of titanium, followed by vacuum sintering at 1100-1200'C does not yield a blank with 100% density. According to mechanical properties, these blanks, in view of a residual porosity of 1/2 - 42 - USSR RAKOVSKIY, V. S., et al., Poroshkovaya Metallurgiva, No 1, Jan 73, pp 88-92 4-6%, substantially surpass cast and deformed titanium. In the study of in- creasing density of sintered titanium blanks by upsetting, forging, and extrusion, it was shown that use of a technological scheme, including cold moldina and sincering with subsequent hot deformation, makes it possible to achieve a 100% densitv. The mechanical properties of the sintered samples were evaluated after ~ot deformation, and it was shown that their strength, ductility, and impact strength were close to that guaranteed by the techni- cal specifications for VTI-00 alloy. 7 figures, I table. 2/2 1/2 022 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE-30OCT70 TITLE--COMPARATIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF SOME TYPES OF ANESTHESIA AFTER ACTIVITY OF SERUM LACTATEDEHYURCiGENASE ISOENZYMES -U- M V SORZHIYEVSKIYo TSoK.t BABLYAKP O.YE*t KALINOVSKAYAv L&S.t LUZH;L, Wr.~ ,:CGUNTRY OF INFO--USSR .SOURCE-VRACHEENOYE DELO, 1970, NR 4l PP L39-L42 GATE PUBLISHED- -70 SUBJECT AREAS-BIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES TOPIC TAGS-ANESTHESIAt LACTATE DEHYDROGENASE, STOMACH, SURGERYs LIVER CEiNTROL MARKINC-NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRAME--3002/1699 STEP NO--UR/0475/70/000/004/0139/0142 CIRC ACCESSION NO-AP0129069 UNCLASSIFIED 2/2 022 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--300CT70 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0129069 ,A6STRACT/EXTRACT-(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. LACTATEDEHYDROGENAS"-- WAS STUDIED IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING GASTRIC RESECTION WITH THREE TYPES OF ANESTHESIA. IT WAS FOUND THAT ALTERATIONS OF TOTAL LACTATEDEHYDROGENASE [NDEPENDENT OF THE FORM OF ANESTHESIA ARE CONNECTED WITH CHANGES OF ITS LIVER FRACTION. THE DYNAMICS OF LIVER.LACTATEDEHYDROGENASE LARGELY DEPENDED GN THE ANESTHESIA TYPE. IN THIS RESPECT TRICHLOETHYLENE PROVED MORE SPARING THAN CHLOROFORM AND CYCLOPROPROPANE. FACILITY: L'VGVSKOGO MEDITSINSKOGG INSTITUTA. UNCLASSIFIED ,A p0 020464- CHEMICAL ABST. 00 ?C P- 25971a Statistical study of thin slip lines taken in paLes in lithium fluoride single crystals. Bo M. (Fiz.- awaj~uf" Ir Tekh. hist. NLML-h Temp., F-harMV--Ub-6K). tiristaffogrCPya L - 1969, &29-34 (Russ). btched meat-um hard Lill single crystals were subjected to deformation by four-point bending under a max. stress of COO g/ram' in the (110) and (110) slip planes. Deformation shifts were fixed by repeated etching. A statistical correlation was found between sites of dislocation aper- tures in the slip lines. It can be explained by elastic interaction between dislocation or by the fixing of dislocation ap,,~rtures on sorne centers, the size of which should not exceed 1p. M.Skala J 19(;20,40.9 Cryogenics & Superconductivity USSR UDC 621.313.2:537.312.62.003 DAYLOVA, L. I., BORZOV G. G. "Efficiency of DC Electric Motors Using Superconductors" V sb.Vopr. prineneniya sverklinizh._teinperatur v elektrotck;ln. (Problens of Using Superlow Temperatures in Electrical Engineering -- collection of works), Lenin- grad, Nauka, 1971, pp 25-32 (from RZIi-LIektroteklinika i energetika, No 4, Apr 72, Abstract No 4116) Translation: The pa.-ier range in which DC electric motors with cryogenic coolinla are more efficient Lhan moLors of ordinary execution is dafined. Unipolar and collector electric motors with cryagenic cooline, are compared. It is demonstra- ted that beginning with a pcruer of 60 kilm;atts, the efficiency of the collec- tor electric motor with cryogenic cooling is higher than that of the notor of ordinary execution. For motors of limiting power, this difference reaches K. The specific weight can be five times lower in this case. Unipolar electric motors with cryogenic cooling are more efficient than collector motors: their efficiency is ~_Z higher, and their specific volume is half as much throughout the entire investigated power range. There are 5 illustrations and a 9-entry bibliography. 1/1 USSR uDc: [621.313.3-013+621-.3.o45.3:537-312.62.3001 A""deam" SOUTYSHKIN, 11. 1., Leningrad "Calculating the Magnetic Field of Superconducting Coils of Saddle Shape With Ferromagnetic Shield" Moscow, Izv. AN SSSR: Energetika i Transport, No 4, Jul/Aug 72, pp 77-80 Abstract: An algorithm is proposed for solving the three-dimensional nonlinear problem based on the method of calculating magnctic eddy fields by means of a scalar magnetic potential in combination with expansion of current sources into their sDatial harmonics. The paper presents the results of calculation of the induction and magnetic flux in the armature of a cryogenic machine with ferromagnetic shield; the program for cal- culating these parameters was compiled on the basis of the proposed algo- rithm. The computational data are compared with experimental results. USSR UDC: [621-313-322-81:537-312.621001.24 W RZC)V GLEBOV, I. A., GNEDIN, L. P. , DOMBROVSKIY, V. V. , NOVITS- KIY, V. G., SHAEETAR-IN, V. N., Len-ingrad "Problems in the Development of High-Power Turbogenerators With Super- conductive Field Windings" Moscow, Izv. AN SSSR: Ener6etika i Transport, No 4, Jul/Aug 72, pp 21-28 Abstract: The authors point out the advantages of cryogenic turbo- generators over conventional units. Elements of construction of high powered cryogenic turbogenerators are described, and the results of model tests are presented. The analysis shows that using superconductors in the field windings increa,-es the unit power of turbogenerators by an order of maenitude. The results of experimental studies confirm the feasibility of a synchronous machine with rotating cryostat that has low liquid helium evaporability and provides torque transfer. The realiza- tion of high-power cryogenic turbogenerators must wait' for a great deal of research on develorment of new materials, structural a-nd refrigeration units, and automatic monitoring and control systems. 1/1 USSR UDC 621.311.6 BORZOV, G. G., and SRMITARIN, V. N. "Power Supply for Superconducting 'Magnetic Systems" V sb. Nekotoryye vopr. issled. gazorazrvach. plasmy i sozdaniva sil'nvkh magnitn. poley (Some Problems of the Study cf Gas-Discharge Plasma and the Creation of Strong Mlagnetic Fields -- collection of works), Leningrad, "Nauka," 1970, pp 143-153 (from RZh--Elektronika i veye pri-menenive, No 5, May 1971, Abstract- No 5B499) Translation: Some circuits for the power supply Of SUDerconducting magnetic systems are considered. As a function of the goal and the operating con- ditions, it is recommended that storage batteries, connected through a trausistor, multiphase rectifiers, thermogenerators, and induction power supplies be used. 3 ill. 7 ref. 9 'USSR UDC 616.5-022.6-085.339:576.858.095.383 KUZ!,;:TSOV, V. P,, and L0B.,VOVSKIY, G. I., Chair of Skin and venereal =Tseases, Odessa Medical Institute and Department of Intcrferon Sy ,nthesis, Institute of Microbiology and Epidemiology i-meni N. F. Gamaleya, Moscow "Use of interferon in the Treatment and Prevention of Viral Derinatoses" Moscow, Vestnik Dermatologii i Venerologii, No 9, 1971, pp 14-17 0 Abstract: Good results were obtained from using interferon to treat 1-03 patients (5 to 70 years of age) with various viral derinatoses. Instead of lotions, ointments, etc. containing interferon, these three methods were used: (a) suDerficial traumatization of the skin with interferon -,Dplied to warts, papillomas, and some condylomas; (b) injection of a solution of inter- feron (1000 units in 1 ml of sterile distilled water) into the affected tis- sues in the case of herpes simple-x, warts, and molluscum contagiosum; (c) iontophores-is for various forms of dermatoses. The particular mode of treatnent was chonen in relati6n to the dermatosis, itz s2ir,--, and age of the patient. There were no side effects and recurrences were comparatively few. 1/1 USSR UDC: 531.1 AW&Vj_V_jL__I~Oscow "The Systematic Drift of a Gyroscope With a Synchronous Motor" Moscow, Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR, Mekhanika Tverdogo Tela, No 4, Jul-Aug 73, pp 1l1-118 Abstract: The author studies the problem associated with the effect of the para- meters of a synchronous motor an the systematic drift of a balanced gyroscope in a Cardan suspen ion on a fixed base. A formula is obtained which determines the rate of systematic drift as a function of the parameters of the system. The effect of the damping moments acting along the axes of the Cardan suspension frames and the axes of the gyroscope rotor is not considered since the motion is studied in a finite time interval, The motion equations are given. 1/1 N0017958- CHEMICAL ABST. 18144w Atomic-absorption analysis of liquids and solids by vgwrizingsamples in the flame of a graphite oven and measuriag integral absorption- Uvov 13 - V.: 111vushch, (USSR). Z . Priki. Spckfrosk. ItQ, 11(2;, -he method for vaporizing samples praimsed by U. V. L*vov (wfiS) wa!, furtlier itilprovvc]. Th e sumph-, of ahnut .5 nig were ititroduced into a crater bored itt the -,id(nvall of a spectrographic graphitu rod of O-inin diam. Die Tod s~xi fastcn(:(l horizontally in Ott: center of an air-C.41, flainc, and its ends were attached to ail a.c. source (0 1-119) A). A 2-3 min diam. monochromatic liglit beam wads aditLsted 1 -2 nint ahove the crater cotttg. the sample. For artalyziag sohis. the crater was impregnated previously with a drop of CAU'r, contg. poly- styrene. Solid c~titiplc5 lxcre dild. with graphite poxvdcr. The flame and the Occ. heating of the rod were adju:ited simultane- ously with thi. recording of the at, absorption v(:rsu5 tinte. The areas of 80 peaks, estd. b3, weighing, were proportional to the mricn. of the detd. element. Thus, Cu at 3248. and Mn at 2795 A were dctd. with !ieti5itivities of 3.6 X 10-I" and 2.2 X 10-10 g, resp. The variatice of the detn- was 5~' for and _1017c for solids. E. Svat,--k 19601442 112 030 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--230CT70 TITLE--SODIUM AND POTASSIUM HYDROXYYTTRATES -U- AUTHOR-(04)-IVANOVEMINt B.N., BORZOVA, L.D., MALYUGINA, S.G.v ZAYTSEVt B*YE. COUNTRY OF [.?4FO--USSR SOURCE--ZH. NEORG. KHIM- 1970, 15(31p 666-9 DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--CHEMISTRY TOPIC TAGS--CHEt4ICAL SYNTHESISt THERMAL DECOMPOSITION, IR SPECTRUMt SPECTROSCOPIC ANALYSISP SODIUM compeUND, POTASSIUM COMPCUNDt YTTRIU;14 COMPOUND, HYDROXIDE CONTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRA4E--1994/I88Z STEP NO--UR/0038/70/015/003/0666/0669 CIRC ACCES~10N NO--AI)0115701 2/2 030 UNCLASSIFIED PROC-ES51NG DATE-230CT70 'UIRC ACCESSION '140--AP0115701 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT-1U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. M SUB3 MOM SUB6) (M EQUALS NA OR K) WERE SYNTHESIZED IN MEOH SOL.*qS. THERiMAL DECOMPN. OF ~A SUB3(Y(OH) SU36) PROCEEDED VIA 2 END'~JHERMAL EFFECTS, CORqESPONDING TO A CO%VERSION OF MOH) SUB6) PRIME3 NeGATIVE TO (Y10H) SU84) PRIPAF NEGATIVE AND TO A SUBSEQUENT DEHYDRATION AND FORMATION OF YO SU92 VRIME NEGATIVE. THE IR SPECTRUM OF NA SUB3 (Y(OH) SUB61 IS GIVEN. FACILITY: UNIV. ORUZHBY NAR. IM. LUMUMBY, MOSCOW, USSR. UNCLASSIFIED lfg 007 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--30OCT70 TITLE-INFLUENCE OF THE SOLUBILITY OF TABLETED SUBSTANCES ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE DISUNTEGRATING AgILITY OF STARCH -U- AUTHDR-104)-SHTEYNGART, M.V., OSIPOVAt I.D., NOSOVITSKAYA, S.A., SORLUNOV, YE.YE. CCUNTRY OF INFO--USSR SOURCE-FARMATSIYA ('4GSi-OW) 1970, 19(1)l, 17-20 DATE P U8 L I S HE 0-------- t i SUBJECT 4ND MEDICAL SCIENCES TOPIC TAGVS--DRU-~; INOUSTRY, STARCH, SOLUBILETY, AQUEOUS So-ILUTION CONTROL MARKING-NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUXEINT CLASS-uNCLASSIFL-ED PROXY REEL/FRAME--1997/0171 STEP NO--UR/04661701019/00L/0017/()020 ---!RC ACCESSION INC-AP0119167 UNCLASSIFIED 2/2 007 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE-300,C77C C-IRC ACCESSIGN N'G--AP0119167 ;l,6STRACT/;:XTRAC'lr--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. IN COMPARATIVE 11~V-S71--A'it),'NS Ir WAS SHOhN THAT TABLETS PREPO. FROM VARIOUS DRUGS WITH STAR(Ai DIFF:EREENT D[SINTIEGRATiON RATC-51 WHEN [MMERSED IN iqATEk. fAo--'LLrS afT~4 WATER INSOL. DRUGS CIIS[NTEGRATE: WELL AND QUICKLY. .1iAT----R S',.--',L, 0"'Nii"GS, MGR;- nURABIE TABLETS WITH STARCH, APPARENTLY 81"ECAUSE (IF Tli-- 01"Iff"JiSHI-NiG SIDIRPTiON CAPA~-fTIY .0F STARCH. TABLETS OF STAR&I .'KITH Si,:!-,SfA-%"--S C~%JSiN'L'7 GLUEING OF STARCH (IODIDES, 'HLORIDES, BRO441DES, DISINTEGRATE POORLY. TO FORM TABLETS FROM WATER SOL. AND STARCH ',~LIJEING SUBSTANCES, ;1'10 STARCH SHOULD BE USED. FACILITY: K'HAR I KJV. NAUCH.-ISSLED KHIM. FARM. INST., HARKOV, USSR. UNCLASS. I F IE 0 112 016 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--040EC70 TITLE-HYDROPHILIZATION OF MEDICINAL POWDERS IN TABLET MANUFACTURE -U- AUTHOR-(02)-BORZUNOV, YE.YE., SHEVCHENKO, S.M. COUNTRY OF INFO--USSR SOURCE--FARM. ZH. (KIEV) 1970, 25(l), 60-2 DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--BIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES, CHEMISTRY -TOPIC TAGS--DRUG ANALYSIS, SURFACTANTI TITRATION .CONTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRAME--3004/0666 STCP CIRC. ACCESSIO-N INO--AP0131271 ~- - 5 S DA T E- - 7 0 212 016 UNCLASSIFIED PRO',, CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0131271 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. A TITRN. PRUCEDU;~Ei DE'VELO"~-D by RITCHELL AND RAHMAN (1964), WAS EMPLOYED FOR THE DEriN,. QiF~ THE AMr. OF TWEEN 80 AND POLY)OXYSTEARATE) 40 REQUIRED FOR COMPLETE HYDROPHILIZATION OF A POWDER. POWDERS CONTG. 15 DRUGS WET-1*-i- EXAIID~ AND THE RESULTS WERE TABULATED. THE MIN. AMT. OF TWEEN 30 RANGED FRrl'i 0.07 TO 3.85PERCENT FOR POWDERS CONTG, PHTHIVAZID AND PHENOBARBITAL, RESP. FOR POLY)OXYSTEARATE) 40 THE EXTREME FIGURES WERE O-OT (PHTHIVAZID) AND 1.5 (SULFADIMEZINE). THE DIFFERENCES ARE INTERPRETED IN TERMS OF CHYDROPHILIC LIPOPHILIC BALANCE) VALUES OF THE SURFACE VARIOUS HLB % ACTIVE AGENTS, DIFFERENT HYDROPHOBICITY OF POWDERS, AND DIFFERENT GRAIN 51ZE OF POWDER PARTICLES. FACILITY: KHARKOV SCI. RES. CHEM. PHARM. INST., KHARKOVy USSR. UN C L A S S- IF I ED-- USSR UM 530'.212.2-033 BORZYAK., A. N... LEIPESFKIN, Y-U. D., and KUVSIIITTOVI, G. A. "An Experimental Device for Measuring the Thermal Conductivity of Metals and Alloys at Low TerTeratures" Moscow, Teplofiz. svoystva veshchestv pri nizk. termeraturakh -- sb. (Thermo- physical Properties of Substances at Low Temperatures -- Collection of Works), 1972, pp 159-162 (from Referativiivy Zhurnal -- 14etrolo-iya i lzmeritel'naya Tekhnika., No 2, 1973, Abstract No 2.32-979 by V. S. K. Translation: The authors describe a device for measurin,', the thermal condlic- tivi ty coefficient of rretal sa", les by the steady-state heat I'low ir;et thod. '17he device is a metallic heliwm cryostat containing a- chamber for the swple in which the saimle is mounted on a metal block suspended from the top of the chiu:iher. 1~ -which is surrounded by A heater Is fas'ened to the bottom end of the sa_=le, a Drotective cylinder to eliminate radiation losses of heat from the surface. The temperature along the sample is measured by thermocouples or semiconductor resistance the-rnonctelrs. in order to maintain -the necessary thermal state in the sample, four independent automatic tenperature control systems are used, giving a control accuracy of approximately 10-2 K. Measurement accuracy is 2-5-3 percent. (2 illustrations; 3 bibliog. ref.) 1/1 7 "9018449 CO/6 idd4-76 99945s Adsorb ate-adsorl,,ate -interactions during the, adsory- r - 'J1 lities tion f x n b LiX and IqaX A i t G B ze . o eno o . . r s ov, .; y TFaMr-M. Kisdev, A. V. (Inst- Fiz-. Khim., M-- ZT. M. kh-m. 1909, 43(--';), 229-2-8 (Rass)' Exptl. isotherms of Xe adsorption by crystals of the zealites Z~ andXaX at Various temps. are described well by simple e4nations of the isotherms of nonlocalized and localized adsorption ~which'a~prox. alloi~ for the i interaction of the adsorbed mols., among the mselves. Th~ capacity of the monolayer (a.) was taken in such a ways that the isothernis.were most exactly described up to, a in' O.,"-.T, wber~ 0 is the degree of coverage of the adsorbentsurface. StraiOiflinei; in adsorption on Li - 'X were observed with q~ = 6.2 indlirvoies/g., on NaX with a. - 5.3 millimoles/s. at ill temps. itudied~ Equations were also derived for the isoutric beats of adsorption at various values of adsorption.' The'equations make it jxssible to extralmlate the differential heats of adsorption to 0 zu 0, i-t to find values that cannot. be dttd. by expt, Tht equittions (0; 'Ke adsozptioa on L detg. the isotherms of . ijX and: -M~X can thus be use-d for calcx. tbe ad-sarption at variotts temps. L. Holl , A14 MCI! "10- &IM F-ff IM-1 FIRT PC; 0217297 ARST. Lt K 00/0 - 22,94S& Prevention of foaming in the production of caustic ~ soda by the lime method. jLg=ak, 1. L; Postorooko, A. 1. - 3 (USSR). Khim. Prom. (Mascow TWO, 45(10), 784 (Russ). 7 _ 1 O In the production of NaOH by the lime method, foaming occurs because of penetration of air through leaks in the pumping sys- tern; the foam is stabilized, by soaps formed from the lubricating oils and greases that contaminate the solns. Foaming ma-v be prevented by adequate sealing of the pumping *,stern, or by the addn. of light -hydrocarbons or ethers, or by the use of compressed air to destroy the foam, or by boiling the sons. during the re- action. A. Aladjern J 1.96218155 Ace. Nr: AA0046997 Abstracting Service: GEOPHYSICAL ABST. Ref Code: a- f 91819z Preparation of caustic soda. J3o-;enL--j._j.; Shkol'- nik~ 1. 1. U.S.S.R. 255,926 (Cl. C Old),ITTTov 1969, Appl. 24 Jun 1967; From Otkryliya, Izobret.. Prom. Obrazay, Torarnye Zraki 1969, 46(34), 15. Caustic soda is prepd. by treating Na-~- C03 with milk of time, concg. the soln., and sepg. the. impurities that are pptd. out. To decrease soda losses, the pptd. impurities are dissolved and carbonated at 65---40* to form NaHCO~ which is then converted into Xa:C02 and recycled- MSCL REEL/FRAME 19790414 1/2 027 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE-160CT70 ~,TITLE-THE CHAP ACTECRI STICS, OF STRUCTURE OF EDENTULOUS MAXILLA -U- AUTHOR--BOSHERNITSAN, I.L. COUNTRY OF INFO--USSR SOURCE-STOMATOLOGIYAt 1970, VOL 491 NR 3, PP 52-55 DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS-BIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES TOPIC TAGS-MAXILLA, BIOLOGIC MODELt DENTAL EQUIPMEINT CCNTROL MAPKIN(32--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS-UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRAME--1998/0205 STEP NO--UR/0511/70/049/003/0052/0055 CIRC ACCFS~10,N NO-AP0120903 UNCLASSIFIED 2/2 027 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--160CT70 CIRC ACCESSION NO-AP0120903 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. SUMMARY. EDENTULOUS MAXILLAE NE-RE INVESTIGATED CN PLASTEk OF PARIS MODELS; 536 MODELS WERE MEASUPEL). THE MAXILLAF VARY GREATLY IN SIZE: BY THE LATTER THEY WERE DISTRIBUTED INTO FIVE GROUPS. A STUDY OF THE VESTIBULAR INCLUDE OF THE ALVEOLAR PROCESS TWO FORMS WERE ESTABLISHED: SLOPED (33.3PERCENT) AND CURVED (66.7PERCENT). A REGULAR FURM OF ATROPHY OF THE ALVEOLAR PROCESS WAS ENCOUNTERED IN 7.3PERCENT9 AN IRREGULAR, IN 92.7PEKCENT OF CASES. THE ABOVE MENTIONED INVESTIG4TIGNS MAKE IT POSSIBLE TO DETERMINE THE AVERAGE SIZE AND FORM OF STANDARO liMPRESSION SPOONS. FACfLITY: KAFEURA ORTOPEDICHESKOY STGMATOLOGII KIEVSKOGO INSTITUTA USOVERSHENSTVOVANIYA VRACHEY. UNCLAS-311FI-ED USSR UDC 543.42.ool.4 BOSHNYAK, B. M., 7alIGLINSKIY, A. G., and PRESNUKHTNA, 1. 11. "-Investigation of a Pulse Light Source With a Hollou, Cathode" V Sb "VII Ural'sk. Konf. po Spektroskopii, 1971. Vyp. 1" [In the Collection "Seventh Ural Conference on Snectroscony, 1971- No 1".], Sverdlovsk, 1971, pp 19-21 (from Referativnyy Zhurnal, No 10, Oct 72. 32. MetroloGiya J- Izmeritel'- naya Tekhn-ika. Single Issue. Abstract No 10.32.991 by V. S. K.) Translation: The installation diagram with a pulsed hollow cathode is presented and the conditions of the separation by time of the admission processes into the discharge of atoms of the cathode material and their excitations are detemined. The optical part of the installation consists of the !SP-51 monochromator crossed with the Fabry-Perotetalon. The registration of the emission is carried out nhotoelectrically by means of synchronous detection. The investi-ation of the reparation of the processes of excitation and adutission of ator,-.s into the discharge was carried out on the Cu 1 578.2 mm line, em--tted by plasma in the cooled copper hollow cathode. Spectrally pure neon at 0-5-0-7 mm Ho pressure was used as discharge carrier. Two illustr., four biblio. refs. 1,95 - Veterinary Medicine USSR uDc 614.9-o84.48 POLYAKOV, A. A., TFMETSETSKAY-k. T. A., .392LY.ANjA-,..,Pwj PRESNOV, I. N., rVANOVA, V. I., TARAWIN, Yu. I., SMIRNOY, A. N., KULrKOVSKrY, A. V. SRTJVAWIA, 0. N., and DMITRIYEVA, T. A., All Union SCientific Research Institute of Veterinary r~anitation, Moscow "Advances in the Disinfection of Objects Associatted With Livestock Raising" Moscow., Zhurnal Mikrobiologil, Epidemiologii i Imunobiologii, No 8, 1971, Pp 20-24 Abstracts: An outline is given of the results of recent research conducted by the All Union Scientific Research Institute of Veterinarj Sanitation. Some of the practical and theoretical accomplishments are: (a) synthesis of 5 disin- fectants (casposY demp, molaran, guaronol, hypochlor); (b) electron microscope study of the effects of different classes of disinfectants (alkalies, acids, chlorine preparations) on bacterial cells (B. coli, Salmonella, Staphylococci) (c) discovery that soil can be completely or partly disinfected by growing timothy and sveet clover; (d) development of methods for disinfecting wool and hides by means of gases (e-,hylene oxide, methyl bromide); and (e) successful testing of various gases (ethylene oxide, methyl bromi-de, war gases) and ga:nmia rays to combat some bee diseases (foulbrood, nosema ditease, Isle of Wight dis- ease) found in hiven. 1/1 USSR UDC 661-718-1:637.1 BOSH.!,YAN, G. M., and ROMINA, L. I., All-Union Scientific Research Sanitation "Photometric Determination of Residual Trichlorometaphos-3 in Cow Milk" 1-1 scow, Khimi7 a v Sellsko-m Khozyaystve, No 8, 69, PP 57-59 Abstract: The treatment of animals with organophosphorus chenical poisons and the accumulation of residual amounts of these chemicals in the organs and tissues of the animals may constitute a hazard. The timely detection and quantitative determination of the chemicals in milk, meat, and other food products assumes a new importance. A nhotonetric nethod which uses the color reaction of 2, L", 5- 4 Uric'-Iorop'henol lormed in 'he hydrolysis of trichlorometaphos-3 and u wit -aninoanti 7 uh--E 1, pyrine is described. The procedure invol-ves the use o_~ a Fa.`,-M nhotoelectrocolorimetuer, a _vacuima dist-111-lat-ion unit, an oil -pix-p, a wate-r. bath, and other laboratory equipment. The meth LI z k1lod makes it possible to control the content of trichlo-ome~a- phos-3 in milk, t-he periods of its accumulation and discharge with the milk under various conditions of treatment. Trl.4~hloromot~qphoo-3 112 USSR BOSHIYAN, G. M., et a!, Khirrliya v Sel'skom Khoz_yaystvc-, No P), 69, PP 57-59 appears in the nilk- within the first several hours after treatnent with it, and the maximum amount is secreted after 12-2L hrs. Sub- sequent-ly the content of the chemical in the -milk dron'. Upon Deroral treatment, the secretion of the insecticide is completcly Uerm-inated after 240 hr, but when snrayed it is terminated after 216 hr. The secretion of the insecticide is Dulse-like. 'I'he greater the a-mount introduced, the higher the MRX2211UM of discharge and the nore compressed the discharge time. A repeabed appearance of the in--ecticide in the milk in a relatively greater utiount is explained by the fact tht--t some of it is deposited in the liver. After partinl secretion with the bile, it appeara again in the digestive tract from whero it is absorbed by the blood and discharged with the milk again. 2/2 - 106 1/2 029 UINCL ASS I FI'EO PROCESSING DATE--27NGV70 TfTLE--THEORETICAL PRINCIPLeS OF RAILROAD AUTOMATION AND TELEMECHANICS. SECOND EDITION, REVISED AND SUPPLE"IENTED. TEXTBOOK jz:[)R STUDENTS OF AUTHOR-(05)-BRYLEYEV, A.M., BOSIN, ~,;J~lqj PEREBOROV, A.S., SMIRNOVA, A.V., A.A. ~COUNTRY OF INFO--USSR SOURCE--TEORETICJiESK[Y-__ Cc',.\Jn-VY ZHELEI-W)DOROMNOY AVT-'_l,'4ATIKI I 'lEFERENCE--REFE;lATlVNy'( 7HURNAL AVrOlATIKAt NTEL'MEKHANIKA I VYCHISLITEL' DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--M[-Cli., IND., CIVIL AND MARINE ENGR, ELECTRONICS AND . ELECTRICAL E'NGR . TOPIC TAGS--AUTOMATION, rELEMETRY EQUIPMENTi RAILWAY FRANSPORTATION, MONOGRAPH, TRANSDUCER, ELECTRIC RELAY, RELIABILITY, COMMUNICATION SYSTEM CONTROL MARKIING--INO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRAME--3001/0778 STEP NO--!JR/0000/70/000/000/0000/0000 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AR0l?6q69 A(~S [Ef) 212 029 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE-- 27~-NIUV7 0 C:IRC ACCESSION NO-AR0126469 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. THIS TEXTBOOK CONSISTS OF 23 CHAPTERS. 1. GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS~ INDICATORS AND REQUIREMENTS PLACED ON AUTG.MATIOIN, TELEMECHANICS, AoND COMMUNIC'ATIOtNis ELEMEP.1-rs. 2. TRANSDUCERS, 3. TYPES OF RELAYS AND THEIR ACTuAriNG PARTS. 4. ELECTROMAGNETIC DC RELAYS. 5. TRANSIENT PROCESSES IN ELECTRO MAGINETIC RELAYS. 6. POLARIZED RELAYS, 7. AC RELAYS. 8. ",AU-NETIC ELEIME-NTS. 9. LOGICAL CONTACTLESS ELEME114TS. 10. BOOLEAN ALGEBRA. SYNTHESIS OF COMBINATION AUTOMATA. 114 SYNTHESIS OF FINITE AUTOMATA. 12. PRINCIPLES OF SELECTION. 13. PRINCIPAL UNITS OF TELEMECHAiNICAL .SYSTEMS. L4. PROBLEMS OF INTERFERENCE STABILITY l."i R;-=,'-'.UTE CONTPUL AND RE,MOTE SfGNALLING SYSTEMS. L5. TELEMETRY. L6. TYPES OF AUTOMATION. 17. PRINCIPLES OF AUTOMATIC CONTROL- 18, STATIC CHARACTERISTICS OF LINEAR ELEMENTS AND SYSTFliS. 19. DYNA!MICS OF LIiNEAR AUT01MATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS. 20. EQUATIONS OF COiMPONENTS AND.AUTO-MATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS. 21o STABILITY. 22. SY-NICHRONOUS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS. 23. RELIABILfTY OF ELEMENTS AND SYSTE!"iS OF RAILROAD AUTOMATIU-N AND TELEMECHANICS. 254 ILLUSTRATIONSt 61 TABLES. UNCLASSIFIED USSR UDC 656.25-0010'47) BRYLEYEV, A. IN., 3,0 PEREBOROV A. S., SMIRNOVA, A. V. EYLER, A. A. Z.-Li I "Theoretical Principles of Railroad Automation and Talemechannics. Second Edition, Revised and Supplemented. Textbook for Students of Railroad Transport institutes" Teoretiches'Kiye Osnovy Zheleznodorozhnoy Avtomaat'ki I Telemelchaniki (English version above) (from Referativnyy ZhurRal Avtomatika, Tele- mekhanika I Vychislitel'naya Tekhnika, No 2, 1970, Abstract NO 2A652K by I. Sh.) Translation: This te;ctbooIV-. consists of 23 chai-)ters. I. GencraL characteristics, indicators and requirements placed On aUtOMatkiOn, telertiechanics, and communications elements. 2. Transducers. 31. Types of relays and their actuating parts. 4. Electromagnetic DC relyas. 5. Transient processes in electro-magnetic relays. 6. Polar- ized rclays. 7. AC relays. 8. Malnetic eleatients. 9. Logical contacs-less eleraints. 10. Boolean a cebra. Synthesis of combination automata. 11. Synthesis of finite automata. 12. -Principles of' selection. 13. Principal units of telemechanical s,,stems. 14. Pro- blems of interference stability in remote control ana remote signalling tj 1/2 USSR BRYLEYEV, A. M., et al., Teoreticheskiye OsRovy Zhele--nodorozhnov AvtomatikJ-. I Telemekhaniki (from Referativnyy Zhurnal Avtomatikap Telemekhanika i Vychislitellnaya TeIkhnika, No 2, 1970, ilbstract No 2A652K by 1. Sh.) systems. 15. Telemetry. 16. Types of automation. 17. Principles of automatic control. 18. Static characteristics of linear elements and systems. 19. Dynamics of linear automatic control systems. 20. Equations of components and automatic control systems. 21. Stability. 22. Synchronous communications systems. 23. R.liability of elements and systeuis of railroad automation and tele-mechanics. 254 illustra- tions, 61 tables. 2/2 USSR Ui,,C 577.4 KAIZAGODOV~N, Y-,,,. A., i'I-ITSTU,!21ER, YIJ. D., BOSIS A 1.) SHIBUT. L. NY "An Algorithm for Optimal Distribution of Resources" ITychisl. i -,~)rikl. rat. Nez"Ive.d. nalich. sb. (Computation and AppljcO '!atheratics. Interdepartmental Scientific Collection), 1972, vyp. 16, pp 99-103 (from, r"11- Kibernet-ika, '-Io 7,*Jul 72, Abstract No 7V516) Translation: A version of tile R. Bellman methad is d-iscussej for optimizing the distribution of limited resources of a specialized coils truc tion organiza- tion. Tile computation flow chart of "he al.-Iorithi:i and an exampla arL-! presented. USSR UDC 669.71.018.9 AL"I'MAN, M. B.9 U00_V,,,~jL._ and ZHUKOV, V. D. "On the Relationship of Hydrogen With Oxides in Aluminum Alloys" Tekhnol. legkikh splavov. Nauchno-tekhn. byul. VILSa (Technology of Light Alloys. Scientific and Technical Bulletin of All-Union Institute of Light Alloys), 1970, No 3, pp 12-15 (from RZh-Metallurgiya, No 12, Dec 70, Abstract No 12 G237 by G. SVODTSEVA) Translation: In order to ascertain the relationship between hydrogen and oxides, experiments were conducted relating to the saturation of AMg6 alloy with tritium from water vapor. After vacuum evaporation of a melt oxides are so distributed that the lower layers of the melt are enriched therewith to a greater degree and the upper layers to a lesser degree, while the center portion contains the least quantity thereof. Hydrogen can segregate not only in the upper but also in the lower layers. The amount of hydrogen in AMg6 alloy in the dissolved state is 20-30% of total hydrogen content. The re- mainder of the hydrogen occurs in the melt in the form of a gaseous "emul- sion!' consisting of conglomerates of oxides and a bubble with a radius m3.1,10-3 cm. Bibliography of four titles.