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PER loop OWN f 'Act Nr' Abstracting e: 3- C H*EKI CAL ABST. P004185 89688n Rearrangement in thi, tbiolysis, of 2-nittf, drozymethyl)-I,"iozolane. offiam B. 6, k 1 * Tt - t ail A.-I.; -KAlabin-*-a-.:A. - Vasil'-ey--IE I inst. OrS. Khim. 'U. SR. 60). lqu-I -(Russ). ~. The rea.Ajou 'bf --me Oi2-(] ~Iriu) methyQ-1;3-dioxolane with ASH- I (R* ~, PrIor i medium gave 5-10%, (RSLCK~CHOH anid CHCHINIeSR. Tho expected --norniat" reactiq'a (RS)iC-NIeCHjSR were not form4d. REEL/FRAME, 197 W'til 7 3 4 Ref. Code 4W0 ~3,6/ (RS)2- prtulucts CPJR j USSR UDC-' 547.241 R021NOV, V. G.~ GREMIN, Ye, F., and KALABINA A. V.j. 1xkutsk State University "Reactioi Between Triphenylphosphine and Phosphoruiq Penta-,hloride" Leningrad, Zhurnal Obshchey Khimli, Vol 39 (101), No 3, Mar 69, P 712 Abstract: The interaction between triphenylphosphirle and phosphorus pentar.'alo- ride in nitrobenzene was studied by conductometric,titration of the phosphime with a solution of phosphorus pentachloride, followed by, Ixydralysis and chroma- pl. e asfollows: togaphy. It was found that the reactiowtakes ac i113P + PCIr Ph"PC12 + PCI 1,11,11,02 PC13 jP11311C11+ PC1;. VO des Triliherxylchlorophosphmtiwahexachloropliosphate (II) has not teenpreviouslj aritted. It is a white crystalline substance which melts at 175 C. An elEctric current is conducted by solutions of-this complex :Lu orgamic solvents witha high dielectric constant. Hydrolysia of the initial reaction mixture yielded triphenylphosphine oxide, which prG7es that tripheaxfLdichlorophosphine (1) is formed during the reaction. Irkatsk, XhJ-miya aromat. I nepredel"n, soyedin.-stornik (Chemistry of Aromatic and Unsaturated Compounds --- collection of tiorks), 1971, PP 305-310 (fr= RZh-KhimiYa, No 10# HaY 73, Abstract No 1011533 by T. G. Chekareva) Translations Compounda of general Jrozmula (1) - * -Bul Ph, MeCO, (MeO)2ps, (Eto);,Fst _7 are produced by thiyla- R aryl Z tiwt of aroxynorbornenes. Examplesi 5#5 g of Ph$H is added by drops to 10 g of 4-cresoxynorbarnene. Catalyst in JIM I (gas). Tl~a mixture Is hold for 3 hours at 45-500C, and 9.3 g of compound I is isolated by. vacuum distillation (R -- Ph, H1 - 4-fle%HO, boiling point 162-50C/0.01, n2uD 1,5985, yield 63%. BuSH in ad&4~, analogously, but at 8.15-900C. Addition of (MBO)2PSSH and (Eto)2 FSSli is done without a catalyst. T12e following type I compounds are synthesized 2 iven are R, RI boiling point In 'n4b, d 0. vield in %)I MeCop 4 MR ~KRoli# yE. Mto et alot xhimiya arom-tt. i nepxedelln. tsoyed4n.--sbornikp A971, pp 305-310 2-MeO Ii 41 145-8/0-03, 1.5585, 1.14'64, 541 IWO, 3-MeC H 4 142-5/0-03, 1-5551, 1.1459, 69; meco, 4-mec H 16o-2/o.03, i.56o8, 1.142~ ,L.21 MeCO, 4-cl 6 4' COW 210- 03, 1-60159 -1420v .5/1, 1.5684, 1.1266, 69.61 Ph, 2-10CAF 153-9/0j 6 4' 12 -33,/0'081 56051 Ph, 3-MeC6H4, 152-3/0-93,4.6010.,~i0i42go 59f!'T Ph, ;4--ClC H ..9 --G*6H4, 172.-4/Q.'08, 1 .61E 541 (Meo)2pS' .1-540, 1.112, 50-11 Ph, 4-8 A.-5547, 2-Mei" j 1.~655, 1,1849o 95-5; (~leo)2MO 3-Mf)^6"4' '6H4 H 1-5665, 1.200~, 94.4; 1-1001 98; ('4eo)2pSt 4-MeC6 41 ("1e 0) 2PS -liaphthyl, - v 1 .5995, - 991 But 2-MoC Hj~l 142-7/0.06, 1.5465#1 2- 6 p621 But 4-MeC6 H4. 141-4/0-03, 1-5451, 1-0328~ 65; But 3-blOC6 H41 150-210.06, -1-5443, 1.1004, 671 ~Bu, 4-6 1-306, 6ol -'C6K4' 2.00-~3/0-03, 1.55451 ~~(Eto) PS, 2-Me 1 1.5545# t 97.91 (.Etp)aPsp H C04 0 4-f"eC6 4 2/3 USSR KROH, YE. M., et alooKh1mlya aromat. I nepredel'n. soyedin.-sborniks, 1971, pp 305-310 1-5541, 1-1546, 99; (Eto),n, 341e%H4, 1. .5552 o 98.2 (Eto) 2F;3 4-ClC6H41 o 1-5619P 97-.8; (EtO)zPS, 2-Me00CC6H4# 1,5549, 99. Compounds I have acaracidal propex-ties, but are not up to the accepted standards for activity.~ It is shown that the acidity of the corresponding thiol determines the ease wiih which the reaction takes 'places 3/3. 6 'USSR UDC 632.95 KALADINA, A. V., BYCHKOVA, T. I., STEPANOV, D .Ye., KRON, V. A. Synthesis of New Physiologically Active Compounds Based on Aroxyethylenes" V sb,. Khimiya atsetilena (Chemistry of Acetylene--Collection of Works), Nauka, 1972, pp 121-125 (from RZh-Khimiya, No 6 (11), Abstract No 611610) Translation: Substances with the fomula~UM'CH(OR)S(S)P(OR)2 (1) were synthesized and tested, (X, V, R, It' , the boiling pP4nt OC/mm, dMand n201) 14 C, Cl Et, are presented): Cl, Cl, Et, 2-MeCf,'i14, 140-5/0.03, 1.2674,,1.5540, 160-210.07, 1.2748, 1.5540; Cl,~Cl, Et, 3-MeC04, 133-6/0.02, 1.2500, 1.5498; Cl, Cl, Et, 4-ClC6H4, 154-9/0.05, 1.3593, 1,5632; C1, Cl, Et, 2.4-(,12- C6H3 157-162/0.04, 1.3923, 1.56"112; Cl ~Cl, Me,. Ph, 140-2/0.04, 1.4100, 1.5772; C1, Cl, Me, 4-CIC6H4, 150-7/0.03, 1.4310, H, ~Br, Et, Ph, --, 1. 35315, 1.5630; -1, Br, Et, Ph, 1.5700;~ Br Br,, Itt, Ph, 1,5820; and. -,3lso.CH2ClCh(OPh)SCOMa, poizit.90-10/0.1,'~meltlnI4 point 41-2*; Ch2C.1CH(OC6ff4Me-2)SCOHe, boiling %.voint, 91~-3*/0.07, melting point 43*; CHCI.Z- CH(U?h)9QS)NEt2, malting point 60-la.' The' I r6veau high activity with Th resplact to the tetranycboidea superfamily and houseflies. ' e tests demoll.- strate that the adducts of vinyl esters of pheaols with cyclopentadiene and 2/2. - I - USSR UDC 547-558.1 TIMOKHM, B. V., GRECHKIN, YE. F. , r1w A UABINA, Ao Vo, Irkutsk Stato :,University imeni A. A. Zhdanov, Irkutsk, F1151wr37- or Higher &nd Secondary Specialized Education RSFSR~' Re-qcb ion of Internal Triphenyipliosp7aonitwwxoppntachlorophosphate With i1rignard Reagents Lenjn~zrad, Zhurnal Obshchey Khimi~jl Vol 40, No 9, Sep 70, pp 2133-21W Abstract: When in'toernal triphenylphosphoniumoi~opentachlorophosp:hate TIT-mi-areacted with pheny1magnevium bromide 01) at a ratio of 1:1 o:? 1:2, the only product obtained was trip5nylphosphine oxide, -When. the ratio of (1) to (II) wait increased toil:5, triphenyl- ;~'--..'-~Phosphine'was fonua*a, nhwiMg that in reduoed to the trivalent, Pho"110rus in this process, Pa6CESSING OATE--160CT70 010 UNCLASSIFIE WV~24--INTERACT ION OF STRUCTURAL GROUPS IN MOLECULES CONTA14ING A PHOSPHORUS ATUM AT THE DOUBLE BOND -U- -405)-RATOVSKIY, G.V.t UORDWOVA, V.V., FROLOV, YU.L., GRECHKIN, AUTHOR, A.V. COUNTRY ORNF -USSR SOURCE-DOKL. AKAD. NAUK SSSR 19701, 1?0`77~' 1124-7 DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--CHEM.-..STRY "'__~-TOPIC TAGS--IR SPECTRUM# ORGANIC PHOSPHORUS.COMPOUNDt MOLECULAR ORBITAL, ELECTRON CLOUDt CHLORINEt EXCITATION ENERGY CONTROL IVIARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY-REEL/FIZAME--1995/1591 STEP NO--UR/0200/70/190/005/1124/11~'7 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AT0116999 UNCLASSIFIED mmammmff~. w. PR 0CESS L!NG DATE--I 60CT70 -212 3 0 UNCLASSIFIED' .11CIRC ACCESSION NO--AT0116999 '::,_:4BSTRACT/EXTR4CT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. IR SPECTRAL DATA VIERL TABULATED lN DETAIL FOR KOCH;CHPOCL SUB2 RPCH:CHPCL SUB2, ROCH:CHPSCL 50132, AND ROCH:CliPO(ORPRIMEl) SUB2, AS WELL AS PHCH:CHPCL SUB21 PKCH;CHPucL PHCH:CHPSCL SUB2 AND PHCH:CHP(0)fiT SU82# WHERE R WAS SELECTED FROM ETI, BU, PH OR-P-BRC SUB6 H SUB4, AND R PRLiviEl EQUALS ET OR BU; ALSO ENCL 01' WAS PHOCH:CBqPSCL SU32. FROM THESE DATA THE COMPARISON M14DE 141TH THE CALCO. MO ENERGY LEVELS OF MEP(O)CL SU62v CH SUBZ:CHPOLC SuS2, Ai%iu MEOCH:CHPOCL SUB2 SHOWED THE.CLEARLY POLAR NATURE OF BOTH THE P(G) AND THE P(CL) BONDS IN THESE COMPOS. THE 0 ORBITALS* OF Cl- AND P TAKE ALlv)ST NO PART IN FORMATION OF THE MOLECULAR ORBITALS OF THE OCCJPIED E CATEGORIES, BUT THEY 00 DET. THE NATURE OF THE RELATIVELY LOW 2, 4 -*,%:) _11 VACANT ORBITALS OF THESE MOLS. AS A PESULT THESE M04S. CAN BE EXPECTED TO SHOW ENHANrVED ELECTRONIC POLARIZABILITY AND LO,,v EXCITATlot'q ENERGIES. THUSt THE PRESENCE OF A PUCL SU32 GROUF AFFECTS THE POLAR12ABILITY OF THE ELECTRON CLOUD OF THE DOUBLE BOND, WHILE LTERATION IN THE OISTRIBUTIUN OF THE L4TTLR AFFEcrS THE PROPERTIES 0;: A THE P CONTG. GROUPING, WITH SOME PARTICPATION OF tHE CL ATOMS IN THIS PROCESSO FACILITY: IRKUTSK. GOSe UNIV.i (AKUTSK, USSR. UNCLASSIFIED USSR* F- and PATOVSKIY, G. V. , DOROMHOVA, V. V. FROLDV, YU. L. KALABINA, A. V., Irkutsk State University imeni A. A. EhdanoV, Irkutsk, m*nt9tf-yot-Higher and secondary Specialized Education RSrSR; Irkutsk Institute cof Organic Chemistry, Irkutsk, Cast Sib orian Affiliate, Sib-c- rion Department, Academy of Sciences USSR "Interaction of Structural Groups in.Holecules Containing a Phosphorus Atom at a Double Bond" Moscow, Doklady AN SSSR, Vol 190, No 5, Feb *,0, pp 112-1-1127 Abstract: The effect of phosphorus containing groups on bera-substituted vinyl esters is manifested by a 20-30 cm-1 shift t0wards lower frequency of the double bond valence vibration and -, 3-4 fold increase in thL inten- Sity of IF620- Presence of groups such as -PC12, -P(O)C'21 -?(S)C!2 in vinyl ary,esters affects the characteristics of the phenyl ring, due to the intramolecular interaction of the phosphorus group.with ff-electrans Of the C611SCHia,- radical system. The intensity of the symmetric and and antioymmetric vibrations of xho -PC12 group changes considerably on interaction with double bonds. Substitution of a phenyl radical fir an 1/2 USSR No 5, PATOVSKIY, G. V., et al.j Doklady.AN SSSR, Vol 190, Feb 70, pp 1124-1127 alkyl radical almost doubles the ZZ6*0+490 value. Consequently, I - of 450 the symmetric vibration line of the P-Cl bond in -P(S)C12 increases in a series of butyl, phenyl, p-bromophenyl vinyl asters and in styrenes. The authors conclude that presence of a POC12 gro4p should have an ef- fect on the polarizabillty of ft-slectron Claud. USSR UDC 536.46;533.6 'KALABUKHOV, G. V., RYZHIK, A.,B., YURAHNOV, Yu. A., SIDOROV, V. M., OSIPOV, B.'.R., FAYERMAH, S. N. "On the Effect of Reaction-Kinetic Properties of an Inflammable Flow in the Cod~ustion of Aluminum Powders" V sb. Goreniye i vzryv (Combustion and Explosion Collection of Works), -Moscxw, "Nauka", 1972, pp 204-206 (from RZh-lfekhanika,~ No 3, Mar 73, Abstract No-3B969) Translation: Shock tube studies were made of the combustion of aluminum powder when detonation waves act on it. These waves differ in intensity and chemical composition. It was established that the increase in the detonation rate of the gas mixtures impedes combustion to a greater degree than the detonation tem- perature is lowered. The positive effect of oxygen, carbon dioxide, and small quantities of nitrogen and argon on the combustion of disperse aluminum is noted. Rarefaction of the stoichiometric mixture of hydrogen and oxygen with light gases (hydrogen and helium) leads to a decrease in the degree of combus- tion of the powder. 5 ref. Authors' abstract. 'A 5-5 MAR USSR 621-~8~.51./~2 ALTAYSKIY, YU.M., KALABUKHOV, N KISELEV, V.S. n Investigation Of 7he Local CharactGriatice Of Me Phowelectric Effect In aic" Vaetn. Kiyev. politelchn. in-ta. Ser. radioelaktron (Bulletin Of Kiev Polytechnical Institute. Radioelectronico Series), 19709 No 7t pp 123-26 (:rrom RZh--Elaktronika 1.yeye primanen~xe_, No 1, January 1971, Abstract No 1B2_54) Translation: A description is presented of the equipment and the results of an investigation of the local (probe) characteristics of the photoelectric effect In monocrystals of )G_ BIG. It is shown that the light probe method can be used for detection of in1iomogeneities of specimens and determitnation of the area and configuration of p-n junctions. Mie results of the inysetigation show that the platy crystale of )0 _SiO, which are obtained by decompoeition of mothychlorosilan in hydrogen, in thb majority of oitoon have a high degree of otructurul uniformity. Peterminution of the area of a p-n.junction by the method described Is foun4 in d agreement with miorovoopio~maasurowqnts and comW-Otiono. ill. 8 ref. N.S. Dokl. IV Nauch.-tekhn. konf. Tekhn._progress v mashinostr. (report of the lith --Scipntific ana Tectinical Conference, iuchnical 'Progress in Machine Building), Tomsk, 1972, pp 173-175 (froin M-Mekhanika, No 6, Jun -73, Abstract No 6%11184) Translation: A descriptior is piesented of the schematic and the operation of a device for high-speed compressive testing of materials. The device makes it possible to record the process in the given stages of deformation using Liese,-ang rings of different thickness. The effect of the device is based on the fact that the striker of the moving elerent of the unit is held during the opo-ratin7-, process by a sunk key which is sheared when the given degree of deformation is reached. The deformation rate remains constant in practice for corresponding selection of the key parameters. The scheriatic of the device can be used to buLld a unit for not only compressive testing but also tensfte testing. 14 42 USSR UDC 621*~82:522.61-1%3 ALTAY15M, YU.M.r aL0M10V16.p14P 'Some-Systems For Optical Investigation Of Solid Bodies Lt Low Temperatures" Vestn. Kiyev. 2olitekhn. in-ta. Ser. radioelektron. (Bulletin Of Kiev Polytechn--aal 'Institute. Radloolectronice Series),,1970, No 7, pp 127-128 (from M-Elektranike i-yeyii primeneniyt No 2, February 1971, Abstract No 2A239) Translation; The two cryostatq described are intended for, operation in the tamp- 0 erature range 77--800 K with the object of'otudying photoelectric phenow.-ta, and -0 t Optical mosewomente 04 he paramatere of do.lid bodieno.lf.,&* 33 USSR uj)c 621.721,541.121 So VP and MIKHEYEVj V, So, Institute of Metallurgy imeni A. A. j4LkWKHOVAA "Polythermal. Section of Ti-Wo-Ki(9:1) of the Ternary System Ti-Mo-NVI Kievo Poroshkovaya metallurgiya, Ko 2,, Feb 72, pp 33-37 Abstract: A study has been made of the titenium angle of the Ti-,%Io-Ni system within the range of molybdenum-rIch,alloys. The study centered on the section with a Ao:Ri=9tI ratio containing up to 55% of NoNi. Use was made of microstructure, hardness, resistivity, dilato6etricand x-ray diffraction analysis data to plot a partial polythermal section of Ti-%NI4oNi(9:l). '.rhe cl+B two-phaze region, expands vith~ P_ decrease in temperature. and is:limitcd-~by ~RoJfi;:cont,,ent--ofLt 800--6 i at 70 at .0 wt. The presence of a O+U214i phase is reirealel at MNi and above. Curves show the hardness of the alloys as a function of quenching temperature and their resistivity as a function of composition. (5 illustrations, 1 table, 5 bibliographic references). 64 USSR: GCBANOV, V. I., YEFIMOV, A. K., KALACHENKO A. A. "Algorithm and Program for Pattern Recognition with Automatic Clarification of Objects" Mat. metody. i geol. (Mathematical Methods in Geology Collection of Works), No 2, Alma-Ata, 1971, pp 197-207 (Translated from ReferativnYY Zhurnal - Kibernetika, No 8, 19732 Abstract.No 8 V689) Tianslation: An algorithm is described, calling for recognition of patterns on the basis of search for the most frequently encountered combinations of ccmponents, reflecting the greatest probability of membership of the object being recognized in a given category. The initial information for learning might be chemical analysis of rocRs, different qualitative and quantitative characteristics of rocks, ores, types of deposits and wre mani festat ions, characteristics and estimates made during geological survey work. Learning is, performed with matrices including 39,objects with 13 components, each of which yields three characteristics. The characteristics are defined as func- -..tions of the qualitative or quantitative aspects of the components. FaT es example, if silicon oxide is a component,l the maximum and minimum va'u are taken as two learning data, while their difference is divided into three I/, 2 USSR GUEANOV, V. I., et al., Mat. metody. i geol., No 2, Alma-Ata, 1971, pp 197- 207' parts, which are then used as determining characteristics in the production of the learning matrix. A one indicates the interval within which the con- tent of the element of the object to be recognized falls, Solution of the problem consists in running through all combinations of characteristics in units of three elements. The 80 most frequently encountered. cha-racteris tics are then determined, on the basis of both frequency and weight. 2/2 88 USSPII BASEAKOV, V. V., KALACHENKO, A. A., SPIRIDOINOV, N. G. "Algorithin and Program for One-Diniensional Trend with Estimation of Regression Line- and Construction of Confidence Boundaries" Mat. Metody v Geol. [Mathematical Methods in Geology -- Collection of Works), No 2. Alma-Ata, 1971, pp 137-152 (Translated from Referativnyy Zhurnal Kibernetika, No 6, 1973, Abstract No 6V703, by A. Doroshenko). Translation: An algorithm is descr.-bed and a program is presented for regres- sion analysis of the results of measurement of a certain quantity Y as a one- dimensional function of X. Based on the set of N measurements by the method of least squares, a smoothing polynomial of power n is o~onstrocted. Statis- tical analysis determines the adequacy of representation of the function b) the power n polynomial. To do this, the regularity of altenwtion of the rules of deviation of experimental values of the dependent variable of the corresponding calculation curve is studied. The basic criter:on used to check- the hypothesis of proper selection of the hypothetical curve is the, difference between the calculated and tabular vali_ws of.' I(0) that there will be u jumps in the random sequence of deviations and n negative deviations. One supplemeaury criteriOll is tho ratio of 2 MUM USSR Baskakov, V. V., Kalachenko, A. A., SpiTidonov, N. G., Mat. Metody v Geol., -Ata, 1971, pp 137-152. No 2, Alma dispersions of the corresonding quantities. A program writmi foi- the Ural-2 conputer allows the arithmetic mean, sample dispersicns mean square devia- tions, variation factor and area between indicated pairs of r.-gression curves to be calculated, and also allows estimation of the reliability of thexesults produced and calculation of confidence intervals. The program occupies 21348 locations of machine memory. 2/2 77 ~Lj USSR ~BASJ KOV, V. V-, KURNWNBAYEVA, F_ M-, GORELOV, G. Ya A. A. ~A _I~IALACII~_NKO, "Algrorithm and Program for Statistical Analysis" Mat. Metody v Geol. [Mathev~atical Methods in Geology Collection of Works], No .1, Alma-Ata, 1971, pp 161-176 (Translated from Referativnyy Zhurnal Kibernetika, No 6, 1973, Abstract No 6V701, by A. Doroshenko). Translation: A program is suggested for statistical analysis of experilneental dat~L, the need for which arises in performance of various applied tasks, particularly in optimization of the process of enrichment of poly1fletallic ores. The program allows calculation of the following cliaracteristics: -110an value; dispersion of the mean; asymmetry and excess indicators; variation factor; mean square error of measurement of these quantities; paired correla- tiort Iactor; partial and set correlation factors; estimates of reliability of cor-elation factors and significance of set con ation factor; lineav regression equation and value of its coefficients. A progiram is presented in Ural-2 code, occupying a machine memory volume of 2180 locations. 2 biblio. 8 refs. USSR A. -OV,N GENDUER, V. Ye. , KALACHENKO, A . SPIRIDOIN G. "Algorithm and Program for Separation of.a Sample with Normal Distribution" Mat- Metody v Geol. [Mathematical Methods of Geology Collection of Works], No~2, Alma-Ata, 1971, pp 190-196 (Translated from Referativnyy 7hurnal No 6, 1973, Abstract No 6V702, by A. Doroshenko). Trwislation: A program is described, allowing screening of elements of a sample distorting the normal distribution on the basis cf the condition of nornality with respect to asynoetry and excess. Points are screened out whic1i do not fall into the interval Xt3. The statement of the problem is as.follows. For each of n samples of N points each, the statistics are defined up to the fourth moment inclusively. Tiie norma.lity of the distribu- Aion Tule.of the sample is determined by the plipimetry ,ind excess from the con-lition of fulfillment of inequalities JAIV61WI ijr,/2/6/F1'j 3. If the saq3.le does not correspond tothenormal distribution, the point with the greatest distance irom the interval x�3s is eliminated and the condition of normality is tested once more for the remaining elements of the sample. The process continues until the condition of normality of the distribution rule Js fulfilled. The program is written for the Ural-2 computer, occupying 610,j memory locations and permitting up to 1100 sample points. USSR, U))C 621,.07:534.1 KkN, S. N., INGUL'TSOV, V. L., KALACHEV, "Stabilitv and Free Oscillations of Conjugate Conical Shells" S,3protivl. materialov i teoriya sooruzh. Resp. mezlived. nauch.-tekhn. sb. ~(Resistance of Materials and the Theory of Structures. 'Republic Ivter- departmental Scientific-.Technical Collection), 1972, No. 18, pp 31-33 (from RM-Mekhanika, No 3, Mar 73, Abstract No 3V300) Txanslation: The problem is solved within the framework of the engineering momeat theory. The equilibrium equation and the carraliponding boundary conditions are represented in displacements. The for critical loads and natural frequencies consists in reducing the boundary value problem to a.series of Cauchy problems, the solution.of which Is obtained by the Runge- Kutta numerical method. Authors'.abstract. H ea tTrL USSR UDC: G69.293 YELMYEV, S. A., Z;HPITSI~ERG, -A. L.,,. RYABYSH:MA; It'. D., KALACI V. and SAVINC)V, A. T. Niobium, Base for El atic Sensinj, Flements" 'Alloys liith A a Moscow, Tsvetnyye 1-1-tally, No 7, Jul 70, pp 61-62 Abstract: The purpose of Vie ex-eram-L-nts aescrib,!!d by -U~iis articie was to develop alloys which c1Rn be Used elos.,tic Sensincr eleatents at- temperatures above 500-5500, the pr-:.~sent-dzi.y limit. Taking up where an: earlier article left:off (Yeliseyev, L., et al, -_'svetnyye metally, No. 12, 19068) 11he authors pro- r-ns c -;ory cessed two alloya conai3tinw o? various proporti. )f refro'-Cr elemento Mo, Zr, T1, Cr, 0, fib, axid;A+0. The, pr*.Oorticns of -;Ile lasts two were the eame in both cases: --the proporlion. of Jib -D,_alng -standard. The alloys were van tvo: smeltin-s in. a *racuum elec- vxic-arc furn~ace with soluble electrodes, and tft.~ ini"Cits igiven hot and cold deformations eor;conyersion -into i-LuE~tt's 0.3 roin -In%restigating the effect o-ICA;hOrmal rpr6dussiag on. these hey I could g t T2ect,1-7ve ~Sheets, the authora fouri& that t' e har-' , elLin- by a vacuum procedure consisting of tem:,,-,erL-i- in oi.,v-; a-ld subse- 4.~L/2 1) 1Z UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--230CT70 '~-JITLE-;--CERTAIN METHOD OF MULTIPLE DIFFERENTIATION OF SIGNAL IN AUTOMATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS -U- NUTHOR--KALACHEV, M*G. ll-tOUNTRY C)F'INFD--USSR 't_'_'SQURCE--AVTOMATIKA I TELEMEKHANIKAv 1970t NR 6v PP 29-36 ~DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 :-SUBJECT AREAS--MATHEMATICAL SCIENCESP MECH.t IND., CIVIL AND MARtNE ENGR I C TAGS-- AUTOMAT IC CONTROL SYSTEM, MATHEMATIC MODEL, RANDOM PROCESS CONTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUPIENT (;LASS--UNCLASSIFIEO PROXY REEL-/FRAME--2000/1018 STEP NO-.-UR/0103/70/0001005/0029/0036 ttRC ACCESSION NU--AP0124677 UNCLASSIFIEU i m~_lmusi fill- 2/2 Cl 12 UNCLASSIFIED PROCES51NG DATE--230CT70 C-IRC ACCESSION NO--APOi24677" GP-0- ABSTRACT. THERE IS CONSIDERED THE PROBLEM OF OBTAINING THE DERIVATIVES OF THE INPUT SIGNAL OF THE OBJECT OF CONTROL OBSERVED AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF NOISEt THE PRG&LEM REPRESENTED AS THE PROBLEM OF THE FILTERING OF CERTAIN RANDOM PROCESS:ES* FOR THE OBJECT WITH KNOWN PARAMETERS SUCH AN APPROACRALLOWS TO TAKE INTO ACCOUNT ANY -ADDITICNAL INFORMATION CONCERNING THE CM41TROLLING ACTION. THE OBJECT WITH.UNKNOWN PARAMETERS IS SUBSTITUTED BY A SUFFIC;IENTLY GENERAL MATHEMATICAL MODEL* IT 15 RECOMMENDED TO USE:THE FILTER CONST 7IUCTED FOR T HE -MATHEMATICAL MODEL FOR-THE AP-?RDXIMATE.DIFFEREN,rIATION OF THE INPUT Sl GNAL ~OF THE OSJKT WITH UNKv _,.,_/ARA_AETERSo NOWN USSR uDc 669.017 620,17 SMIMDEM. V. P., KAIACHEV M. I., and ANKUT, P. P., Ehysicotechnical In- stitute, Acade;W of Sciences Mlor~ssian WEIR nTitanium Flow Curves in Octahedral Coordinates Under Various Strain Condi- tions" Minsk, Izvestiya Akademii Nauk BSE Beriya Fiziko-Tekhnicheskikh Nauk, No 1, 1973, pp 5-8 Abstract: Flow curves in octahedral coordinates were plotted for commercial- ly,pure titanium VTI-l according to the results of tests described in a previous article by the authors. The straining followed three differeint stressed state scheues (tension, compression, torsion) in the -196 - aooO c TeAge. An analysis of the curves for variations in octahedral shear stXess indleates that the process of titanium plastic flow is largely influenced by such -factors as the plastic strain mechanism and structural transforma- tions taking place during strain. The extent to which these factors are mFmLfested depends on the straining conditions and the stressed state scheme. Finally dispersed phases isolated in the slip zones signify that the critical .1 fij A/ 100 71 USSR UDC 620.171.3 K,41ACHEV, M. I., SURIN, V. M., Physicotechnical Institute o"` the Acaeemy olf Au t t-c "Fffect of Temi3erature-Rate Conditions on the Deformation Resistance o. s eni Steels" Minsk, Doklady Akadem-ii nauk BSSR, No. 3, Mar 71, pp 222-224 Abatract: Analysis of the effect of temperature-rate conditions of deformation of two austenite steels on the change in their mechanical pvoperties 1-ndicated the presence of temperature zones of phase transformations and of breakdown under astic flow. It is observed that austenitic steels are unstable as to struc- l, p tw,e and this instability may appear externally in -the Characteristic change in the-mechanical properties of the metal in certain temperature intervals of defor- mation; the rate of deformation aloo causosan anamalouc change in the resi--tance to flow of the metal if plantic. deformation is accompariled bit certain Structural transformitions or breakdown. These characteristics of -the change in the rnnfcha- nical properties of the metal were studied in two steels of the aurtenitic class JKhl814lOT and Kh233N18 that are widely used in industry. The -tests were Trade by 1/2 USSIZ JJCLUA 13POIX, 4". -3 rICIL' J.-L pp 222-224 liaear stretchir,~ and compression of cylindrical samples initially subjected to heat treatment (heating up to 10800C and quencbing in water). A wide temperature interval of deformation from -196 to 8000C was used wi.rh a deformation rate for each temperature of the test varying froin 5-10-3 min-I to 2.0 min-1. I'he Octa- hedral shifting stress of the two steels is graphed as a. function of temperature uruler stretching and under compression. A characteristic feature of deformation of these steels is the strong growth of resistance to flow in the low temDera- ture zone and the presence of a maximum in the temperature curves for octahedrall s-b,ess in the interval 250-5501C. These characteristic temperature intervals are distinguished by the fact that the ordinary rate characteristic for the change in true deformation resistance breaks down. Tho increased defo-mation rates do not cause an increave in the octahedral shifting stTess but, on the contrary, lead to a considerable drop in it. The growth in deformation resist- Y_. anoe with a decrease in the flow ate is:explained by move complete phase trans- foymiations occurring in the me-cal. The true deformation resistance increases with an increase in the rate of plastic flow in temperature regions in which changes do not occur or their intensity is lowered to a consider-able degree, and the degree of rise of defects and distortions in the crystal lattice plays a basic role in deformation stren thening of-the metal. ~This characteristic ap- 9 pears to the.greatest degree at temperatures above 6000C when the metal begins o'-ta t ke on the properties of a viscous-plastic. body. 2/2 ------------- USSR LTDc 6n. 396.677-1301.5 ZHELEZNYAK, M. M., KALACHEV, V. N., KASHIN, V. t. "On the 7heory of Statistical Synthesis of Artenna Arrayi," Moscow, Radiotekhnika i Elektronika, Vol 17, No 9, Ser, pp 1807-1815 Abstract: A previous paper (V. A. Kashin, Radiotekhnika i Mektronika, N71, Vol 16, No 11, p 2082) proposed a method of statistical phase synthesis of antenna arrays with 6iscrete phase regulation. There the! methoa was applied to the simplest case of synthesizing the radiation pattern of a square aper- ture in one of its principal planes. In this paper the methcd is extended to i3ynthesis of the volumetric radiation pattern of a flat aperture. The technique of synthesis is consideredboth in the case of cophasal current disi;ribution and in the case where the initial distribution has undesirECble phEu;e distortions leading to a rise in, the short-range side lobes of the antenna array. A circular flat aperture is considered.~ 'PRO(;,[-SSINr:s DATE--11SEP70 UN,'.LASSI FrEo PULMONARY TU13ERCULGSIS BY 4 !Zz'*-_! tT 14 E N TOF FRESHLY DETFCTEO:~CAS.ES tfittEt.-Ol"URNAL DOSES OF FIRST SERIES.DRUGS'-U- -TR7 Ai.ACH9 oUNTRY, 0FANFO--USSR 3, PP C-3-64 J RCE _VRACHEBNOYE DELOv 1970t NR ATE 'PUBLISHED ------- 70 '~-'SUBJEC.T.ARUAS-BIOLOGICAL AND MiOICAL SCIENCES T.OPI.C.,;,TAGS~-,-TURERCULOSISt LUNGt ANTITUSERCULAR DRUG, CHEMOTHERAPY, DRUG RESPONSE ;CIDNTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS _.'0OCU14FNT CLASS--IJNCLASSIFTED ROXY:PEFL/FRAME--199640959 STEP NO--UP./0475/70/000/003/0063/0064 .p .CTRC ACCESSION NO--AP0102898 c. c. 1r e. I r t- '121+612.743 USSR UDC 612.53~W.,, SHcIMGLOVA, A. I., ancl KAIACHEV4 E,~~L. EcologicU Plqsiolagy Team, Jnwtitute of Phyaiology eni. P Pavlovt Acadezy of Scienues USSRp TAn!UWMd 2: ............ !.Cl c-bange cz1.-Act1v#y ln,Rodents During Therual houiges in Gas Ex and 4"10-ctri Lez:0!4rrad# Fiziologicheskiy Zhurmal ESSR 1:.--'ni 1. 11. Sachem', Vol -58, 'No 5, 19 72'. Pp 754-760 Absixacti A compaxative stvAy of long-term (45 days) thormal. adaptation was perfomd on flat-toothad amd white. rats# which inhalAt vmm soutlle:nm regions, &nd on whito Astar rats. During adaptation to cOR (5001 0 2 comimption In wIdto rats increassam uore :(up 86%) th&.u lit fLA-toothed rats (up 56%)g while the c1octr1c,-,j activity of skelota.1 jaulmles in whitte Mt'!J increazen leas than in flat-toothad rats. Body tonperature cT gmq rats fal]z by 3.3 C. and the animas lose about 17,14" of thuir Initial body woigght. Bod.1- 'vemparaturo of white rats fi3als by 2.6 C, but theiz body- weight raziains unctwuged. During adaptation to heat (250C) p 0 ' consumption and body temperu- turd arci sixtilar in both types of x-atop but fj;Ltaothoi rata display more myooluotrical actlylty yot gAin maq molghto It la conaludva that flat-, 1/2 U5511 UDC 539-171-12 "MLI, N., GATAIMMATOVA, B. S.) GULAMOV, Is R.~ QWMW*A&.F.-' OMAII, M. R. and: RCRAMOV5= Ye. A. "Polarization of Protons as a Function of Energy during Elastic Scattering in Moscow, Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR Seriya Piz.IchesItaya, Vol XXXV, lib 8, 1971, PP 305 1696 Abstract: The authors used the double-scattering ivethod -to ntasure the extent to which poIarization of protons during elastic scattering in 2414g depencls on energy. Their experiments were carried out for energies ;rangInS from 5-9 to 0 6-5million electron volts for 60 andL 1200 angles of scwtter~ng. Vnile measur- ing -the dependence of polarization on energy during elastic scattering, -they also valuated it for the case of inelastic scattering of protons in 24pt with an excitation level of 1.37 million electron volts., boxTairing some needed data from another work. They found that polarization of protons varied considerablY so a function of their enerigy for both angles in both typits of scattering e authors emphasize that, their results are =rely prellmintu-jr. 7hey are pD=ing ~fuxther experiments to obtaiu spectroscopic, inforwclon arid d4ta on the 'Aanism by which polarization is initiated. .T75,112 017 ASSIFIED. PROCESSING DATE--230CT70 UNCL T I ..TLE--ENERGY DISTRIBUTION OF ALPHA PARTICLES FROM THE P PLUS PRINEII B YIELDS 3 ALPHA REACTION -U- _~~-_AUTHOR-(05)-KOMAROVP V.V., POPOVA, A.M.i ROMANOVSKlYt YE.A., KALACHEVA, .~_Z.F., SALMAN, KH. _.~COUKTRY OF,."INFO--USSP- -SR S.OUR(:E--IZV*: AKAD. NAUK SS SE'R. FIZ. 1970t. 34(l) -8 _DAT E PUBLISHED ------- 70 S UBJ EC T AREAS--PHYSlCS# NUCLEAR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY :__':._TOPIC TAG!;--ENERGY SPECTRUM, ALPHA SPEcrum, PROTON BOMB4ROMEtiTi, 311RON 'ISOTOPEt CARBON ISOTOPEt EXCITED NUCLEUSo,.CALCULATIOR -,'.-":CONTROL 9ARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS '*-'OOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIEO -PROXY REEL/FRAME--1988/0207 STEP NO,--UR/0048/70103(tIOOL/0014-/O()93 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0105283 777777 212 017 UNCLASSfFfED PROCESSING DATE--230CT70 ACCESSION NO--AP0105283 ABSTRACT/liXTRACT-M GP-0- AlISTRACT. THE CALCM. PS DEMONSTRATED OF THE WIDTH 01: A 2 PARTICLE ALPHA ALPHA RESONANCE (L PRI'fE-Pr EQUALS 2POSITIVE), APPEARING IN THE ENERGY DISTRMUTIONS OF THE ALPHA PARrrCLi:-:S IN THE REACTION P PLUS PRIMEII. B YIELnS,3 ALPHA WHICH OCCURS rHROUGH THE STATES I.MINUS ANO 0 POSITIVE OF THE PRI'MEIZ C NUCLEUS (E,EQUALS 17.23 'AND.17.i'7 MEV), THE CALCO. VALUES AGREE VERY WELL WITH THE EXp,rL. UAI'A CBT A INED FIZOIM THE EXPTS. W ITH THE ENERGY, OF. THE. INC LDENT P I T A140 Z-0 MEV kES-,P. -Xa -F YEE USSR UDO 621 ~83.52-072.1 VARLAROV, I-V., DESHEVOY, A.S., KAL jZEj' PETRUSEVICH, V.A., R_ZHANOV,A.YE. ntleastarement Of The Impedance Of Photoreeistors'In The Pinch-Off Region Arid At The S3otion Of Negative Differential Resistance probl.mikroelektron.. Hosk. in-t elektron.tekhn. (fiz.-wat,.seriya) MOSCOW TnotjtUle t0ollo-t:'L_0*rx Of Scientific'Works On Problems Of Mic*roelectronics, Of Eltictronics Technology. (Physico-i4athematical Series)], 1972", Issue 9, pp 1M~108 (from RZh:Elek-tronika,*ye primenepAye, No 10,; Oct 1972, Abstract No ionk!) Translation: A device for measurement of impedance which u-3es the method of Phase detection !a described, and some of tho measured parametuers of the 4--layer ructures at-the. soction with novative rasi.4tance or the volt-ampere character- a t d. 4 ill. 5 ref. I.V. iortics are presents 130 m Hicroeiectl~onl* USSR UDC 62-1 383. 52. 0727- 1 VARLOLOV, I. V. M.K., MrRUSEVICH, V.A., RZHANOV, A.YE. "Spectral Characteristice Of Silicon Photorpsistore And The Parameters Of Ln Optoelectronic Switch" Sb. po probl. mikroelektron. Mook. in-t elaktron.-tekhn-(fiz.-mat aeriya) (Collection Of Scientific Works On. Problems Of Microelectranica.Moscow In3titute Cf Electronics Technology. (Physico-Mathematical Ser'ies)]P1972,16sue 9,pp 109-114 Jfrom R7,hElektronika i_yeye primeneniye, No 10, Oct 1972,Abstract No 101)24~) Trana*,!ation: The dependence was studied of the photo emf of a photoresistor operating in an optonelectron switch palred,with a GaAs light-e.mtting dA de. The photoresistor was produced by building up of an apitaxial layer of n.-Si with it resistivity of I and a thickness of 13 micron on a p-Si wafer with a resistivity of 10 a thicirzess of 200 micron.:IThe upper emitter and the collector of the Junction were fulfilled' by planar tachnologr with the method of dil'fusion of P and B. The depth of occurrence of the junctions amounted to 1.5 %-4 5 imicrons,resp4ctively. The spectral characteristics of eGch p-n junction were manured at light intensities corresponding to the linear i;action of the lux-voltage characteristics of each junction, During illumination of tho 1/2 USSR VARLAVIOV, I.V., et al. po probi.mikroolektron. elektr~on tekhn. (fiz.-mat. ser~iya), 1972, Issue 9, pp 109-114 atruc,ture by light with A 0.9~ Micron, corresponding to the maximum of the a I radi -L ion spectrum of the GaAs light-emitting dio(ie, the process of gener"-ition of th-3 free carriers involves the entire volume of the crystual including 1;-.11 three junctions; however, the maximum response of all the structure ia fot;.nd in the region of the shorter waves. Oscillograms were taken of the transient pro- ceseea during connection of the photoresistor,.and the voltage characteristics with irarioue currents across the emitter and at.varioua -temperatures. 4 ill. 4 ref".. I.V. 2/2 90 MEMO=- USSR UDC: None KALOZE, T. D., LOMADR, D. G.f and STEPANOV, K;. N. "Spectra of Extraordinary Cyclotron Waves in a PL-tal" 'Leningrad, Fizika Tverdogo Tela, No 11, 1973, pp 3312-%$317 Abstrect: This is a theoretical investigation of the dispersion of extrEL- ordinary electronic cyclotron waves in a degenerate Fermi gas of charged particles -- electrons, in this case -- with an isotropic dispersion law. Results are given for the numerical solution of the dispersion equation for these waves in a broad interval of variation of the wave vector. These resiftts are plotted in the form of curves for various values of the parazeter equal to the ratio of the elect density to the magnetic f4eld ron energj enerjor density. Graphs of the fraquency of.the waves as a function of the wave vector indicate the frequency to be o5cillatory, the resitlt of the unevenness of. the distribution function Ib r a degenerate 7 ermi gas. 'The Parameters of this~oscillation are investigated~.- ~2 %=IBM WADU_,__T, IoOMINADZE, D. G., and. STEPANOV, K, N., Institute of Physics of the-Academy of Sciences Georgian SSR, Thilibi, and h1mr1kov State UnLver- sity imeni A. M. Gor'kiy "S ctra, of Ordinary Cyclotron Waves in Metals" leningrad, Fizika Tverdogo Tela, Vol 15, vYP 1, Jan 73, pp 119-122 Abstract: The article gives results of detailed numerical calculations of -the spectra of ordinary cyclotron waves in a degenerateTerml gas of charge carders with the square isotropic dispersion law F_ - P2/2m. The first fifteen natural frequencies are plotted as a function of -the ratio of the Iarnor radius to the wavelength for various values of the parameter 10 is.the ratio of the electron energy density to the magnetic field energy denstity). USSR. UDC 533.9 KALADZE and LONINADZE, D. G-1 Institute of PhysiCS, Academy of _�Mien~dds* Georgian SSR, Tbilisi ~"Spectra of Potential Ion-Cyclotron Plasmz~ Oscillations" Leningrad, Zhurnal Telthnicbeskoy Fi3iki, Vol 42, No 9, Set, 72, pp 1994-1996 Abstract: The article studies the dispersion of potential. ion-cyclotran oscillations in a homogeneous plasma. By numerical solution of the dis- persion equation the relationships betiqeen'the~vector wave and the first fif teen natural cyclotron oscillation frequencies are obtained for variout; values of the ion temperature-to-electron temperature ratio. The authors thank K. N. STEPANOV for his discussion of the work and his advice. 37 UISSR UDC: 533-951 Au""kfl T. D. LOMIRADZE, D. G. and STEP-OOV, K. 11. "Investigating Cyclotron Wave. Dispersion in a Plasma" Leningrad, Zhurnal Tekhnicheskoy -Aziki, No 2, 19721t pp 243-252 Abstract: An analysis is made of the dispersion equations of cy- clotron waves propagated in a plasma perpen'dicular to the ma6-,ietic field. Bspecial attention is devoted to an analysis of the cases whJch do not lend themselves to simple analytic operations. Dis- Persion equations are obtained for high-numbered harmonica in the short-wave limit, and simple analytic expressions are found for the frequency of cyclotron waves in~several limiting, cases. A numerical analysis is made of the dispersion equations which fully represent the dispersion of plAsma cyclotron waves. In the analy- ses,. relativistic effects were,ignored. The authors are associated wi-,-,)1,the Institute of Applied Mathematics, Tbilisi State University, Physico-t-chnical Institute of the Ukrainian SSR '-.cadeir4 of Sciences at 11arkov. 73 7777 USSR UDC 533-916 K~A~LAD~ZE L62141NAD720 D. G., and 03TEPANOV, 1K. N., Scion- 1C ees~eearrchh~llnstitute of Applied Mathematics of Tbilisi State C University, Institute of Physics~~of the academy of Sciences uleorgian SSR, Tbilisl, Physicotechnical Institute of the Acad- emy of Sciences Ukrainian SSR, Kha,rtkov 11"tudy of Plasma Ion-Cyclot on Oscillation Spectral' r Kievt Ukrainskiy Fizicheskiy Zhurnalp Vol 16, No 3, Mar 71, PP _469-473 Abstract: The article describes results of the nwierical solu- tion of a dispersion equation for potdntial and notpotential io,a-cyclotron oscillations in a low!-frequency~plasnia, as well as giving analytic -olutions in the limiting~case of a .5trongly- non- 1sothermal plasma. The dispersion. equation of low-pressure Plasma ion-cyclotron o6cillationi I Ir aT'-'4 ~g t takes 0 the form USSR KA' ADZE, T. D.-, et'al., Ukrainskiy Fizicheskiy Zhurnal, Vol 16, No 3, 1.111ar 71, pp 469-473 n is the plasma density, Ho the external magnetic field 0 I (it) modified Besse! function, vJ strength, n C_ the ion thermal the: ion cyclotron frequency, velocity, the angle between the' magnetic f"eld and wave -vea- tor, VTj Larmo rion radius. A BESPI-4 computer was used for the numerical solution of the dispersion e,4uation for different values of the par~;,meters C/- and 7,-j1c7-z Crap' s for the natural f requencies. &J USSR KALADZE, V. A. and KAPLINSKIY, A. I "Synthesis of Two-Level Adaptive Random Search Algorithms" Vopr Optimalln. Programmir. v Proizv. Zadachakh (Problems of Optimal Prog;amming in Production Problems -- Collection of Works), Voronezh, -1972, pp 118-129 (Translated from Referativnyy Zhurnal Kibernetika, No 9, 1973, Abstract No 9V235) Translation: The synthesis of two-level adaptive random search algo- rithms based on an approach common for both levels, indicating the common nature of all optimizing parameters for a given goal function, is studied. This work produces certain algorithms designed for search for local and global extremes, as well as random search algorithms with learning. Author's view USSR UDC: 51 KALADZE, V. A., KAPLINSKIY, A. I., RUBINSHTEY.N, Ya. S. IAdaptive Random Search Algorithms Modified foT-Use in 'Drift' Conditions" Tashkent, Vopr. kibeynetiki--sbornik (Problems of Cybernetic!; --collection of works), vyp. 53, 1972, pp 111-120 (from RZh- -Kibernetika, No 5, May 73, abstract No SV710 by the authors) Tra:aslation: The authors investigate optimization of a uni modial object in a situation of measurement interference and extiremum "drift". Regions of-suitable application of the proposed algorithms.are considered.~' 81 USSR UDC: 519.2 AD M ZE V. A. "Determining a Gradient Without Trial Studies" Sb. tr. Kafedry avtomatiki i telemeU. Voronezh. politekhn, i'n-t:(Collected Works of the Department of Automation and Realote Control. Voronezh Polytechnical Institute), 1972, vyp. 3 :pp 110-11S (from RZh-Kibernetika, No 5, May 73, abstract NO SV288'by the author) Trinslation: An analytical approach is propo-,-e6 for deter- min-ng the gradient of-a convex multidimensional function 'close to square-law when finding its extremum by the method ofistochastic approximation. Convergence of the procedure of gridient identification is demonstrated. CONTRC)L-f4ARKING--NO RESTRICTIaNS -DOCUME'NT-~-~C.LASS--UNCLASSIFIED ~~,JikO'kY~ RE'ELIFRAME.--3008/0015 STEP NO--UPiO42't/70/'O;'3/004/001410026 fkC ACC ESS 1 ON NO--AP0137214 UNCLASSIFIED 2/2 024 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE---040EC70* C.-IRC ACCESSION NO--AP013'1214 -ABSTRA.CT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT, SOYBEANS ANOXIDNEY BEANS 14ERE IN DISHES, IN STERILIZED SANDr ON A COMPLETE NUTRIENT GONTG, ONLY OF THE NORMAL N LEVEL.. ~HALF OF THE PLANTS WER INOCULA1*EO WITH AN ACTIVE.STRAIN OF RHIZOBIA. THE GROWlHv DEVELOPMENTr : AND YIELD OF THE INOCULATED PLANTS WERE GREATER THAN THO,SE OF THE NORMAL PLANTS. EXTS. TliE* i'~EAVESY ROOTSP AND RHIZOMES OF THE PLANTS WER-E STUE10 BY PAPER CHqQliATIIG. EXTS. OF THE LEAVESP ROOTSP,AND RHIZOMES OF INOCULAVED _.-,.P.LANirS CONTAINED LEAVES# ROOTSY AND RHIiOMES OF INOCULATED PLANTS CONTAIM'. -D GIBBERELLIN A SUB3, BUT THOSE~ OF THE NORMAL PLANTS DIE) NOT. THE EXTS. ALSO CONTAINED AUXINLIKE:SUBSTANCES, AIN01NHIaITORS OF A PHENOLIC NATURE; THE FORMER PREDOMINATED. IN INOCULArED PLANTS, BUT NOT IN NORMAL PLANTS.- THE IMPROVED GROWTH AND YIELD OF~'INOCULATED PLANTS WAS'CAMED BY IMPROVED METABOLISM OF NITROGEN AND PROTEIN COMPoS. ANO GIBOEREUINS AND AUXINS SYNTHEISZED BY RHI40BIA OR' 'JNDU ED Y THEIR j-PRESENCE FACILITY: INST,,~MIKROBIOLOJ EREV4Nt tnSR* 621,311.2:621.039C-37) PU.%'Nl-,;G ATOMIC tl=Tnic PCOQU STATI-745 VIT11 STEAN-COOLED RFACI-OaS ftrtfcj~~ b,,, 1). b. yalarntE, doctor tecl:tnical sciencen, end S. 1. ?at-.uv V. V. moncow, Tcp1oenQvz-(,f:V-,,l, Ruasian, 1~0 3, 1972, pP 88-921 The coolants customarily used in atomic reactors are water under '~ro'j_ aura or boilin3 water, liquid metals, and g"as. It: is possibla no also cupcrhcated rjLe2m uz 4 coolanr for atunic reactor. Stc.-e,vl-d actors diC.:cr frotit boilin-.-water rettctors with steam superheat in that th~~' "is no boiling of the coolant in them. Even in the ccenlijamd aviztca of a boilitiR reactor (Mila) cjartactcd tandem With a reoctor tor scp~rate stc= supurheat (SSIL) (I - 3, , the reactor In in tssurce, '~ve4n-doolcd, bur does no, cmr*titute in this case independent power installation. As an independent power installation one can use a titeatti-cooled rciztj ith external ovaporanion in tao varizcrs: with the Steam Coolant obtained at saturation ttmierature in a mixc~3~ ;ypG boiler (Looffler achetne) 7 v With 4 surface-time steam genurantor. The Loeffler schoirl: won proviousIv u4ed in steant genorntuyo u3ing fr~- oil !ucl. ard otr, of theat ore I-% opvration to this day in. a o=hcr c-- F"~' - penn count:iau. Such a staikm generator war In ap(_.rati-on until. 1969 In t Lt* USSR at 011. Xogcow thermal power pan: T=s Na 9. The Lwzffler ~ch,-Q fur atonic clectric stations iz charactvrimcd by the faCt LhAt the re.Ictor i; cooled with supevhcal~ed steam (Fig. 1). About 114 of the superheated ste= frona the reactor goes to the tvir- binc, and t1te remaining 314 is diverted tot intarmadiato supvrhcatit~.;, af',~tv which it Pritera Into a GtC= generator of the mixing typo. whi-re su~,.-Jiuvc; ~' ~ha steam from the feedwntcr results in dry saturated steam that is tei wit~l r Compressor into ;he reactor for now superheating f4. 51. The intcmediz;a 25 ------- --- USSR uDc 621.311.25:621.03M26 KALAFATI, D. D., BOROVIKOVA, A. N. 101000- W-1-1 :4_11tinary -Cycle. with a Dissociating Working Re(-:ium in thin See-Dtid Loop of .0tomic Ellit-tetric Power Plants with Fast Sodign Reactolls Ditisotsiirtky~shch. gazy kak tenlonositelii rab. tela energ. vstanovok V sb. (Dissoci ing Gases as Heat Transfer Agents and the Working Kedium of Nrder P14.nts -- Collection of Works), Minsk, Nauka i Tekbn. Press, 1970, pp 7_-;-77 fx 14 ( -om RZh-Elektrotekhn-ika i Energetika, No 5, 1 ay 1971 Abstract 110 5U185) Translation: The imperfection of turbine heat conversion syatems at atomic elcut;ric power plants with Vant reactors and liquid metal cooling -11 - 1, (Ila a I C is notO. T-Pe scheme of an atoinic elcatric pv,;cr plant jlfia-Al j3r6_"OAlDr-9 0) 2 3 2 a fast --~Uum reactor is proposed,, Application of aliminum bromides in the binary cycle permits the aff'ciency of tha atomic electric powr~~t- riltuxt to The Jimproved. by 4.8 relative percent and the~dlmensions of turbines operating ::)n 1.1 Br -*2AlBr vapors to be decreased. Good compatibility of aluminuu 2 6-*- 3 bromide with allali metal is noted. There are 3 illustrations and a 6-entry bibliography MaUrialg USSR. UDC 539-374+669-14.0-18-44- KOLOWSEV9 P. T. IVANOV, YE. G., KALAFIROV, P. _D. and 51TREKOPYTOV, S. 'k., 0,ruvestigation of the Ductility of Coatings on Heat-Resistant Moys" Kiev,. Problemy Prochnosti, No 6, 1973, pp 106-107 A~stract: Development of an algorithm is described for investigating the tbictility of protective coatings on heat-resistant alloys aver a wide tempera- time interval. Coatings vere formed on allpys KhN70W1YTYu (EI826) and KhN55VMMu fEI 929) by calorizing in a mixture of ferroaluminuin and aluminum aftlorlde aa well as chromium calorizing in a vacuum. It vas found that when the aluminum content in the coating is increased the ductility properties of the wat:hig are impaired. In calorizing, brittle aluminides NiAl and N12A-3 axe formed whereas in chromium calorizing, altminides NiAl and the ductile CAI are formed which imparts some duatility to the coating. 3 figures. Moscow, Teplo-Massopernos v. Odno-i Dvukhfaznykh Sredakh, 1971, ~pp. 38-51 Abstract: An experimental investigation was conducted of the flow of water-air mL--:ture through a convergeht-divergent Laval nozzle. Four nozzles of different lengths were tested. ~ All nozzles had approximately the same throat and exit diameters. The jet reaction of the nozzle and the- mass flow were measured. Slince the jet reaction is equal to the product of the rnass flow bv the mean velocity, the latter could be calculated. Fig. I tihow;5 the rnean velocity versus dryness for several values of the inlet pressure. 1/2 USSR PCHELKIN, I. M., et al., Teplo-Massopernos v Odno-i Dvukhfaznykh Sreelakh, .1971, pp 38-51 The ratio of the gas velocity to the water velocity was cal- zulated f-.:om known mass. flows and specific weights of the t-%vo phases, it is shown on fig. 2. The efficiency of the nozzle is defined as the ratio of the sum of kinetic energies of the two phases to the sum of their potential energy dFOPS. The efficiencies of the shortest and longest nozzles versus inlet pressure for several values of dryness, shown on fig. 5 2/2 tio on# VDC 532.52~.5.001-5 PARMN'T I Y VA' T. F. MUKIN I. M. KAL.VVr_K.VA "An 1r1,v1.!stigation of Expansion of tlw=amiwj=mvir~~ in a-Laval mo,,,zieff Yosco 'A Y DrakhfazqTle -PoLcki i Vo-rosy Teploobiena Sbor. i k o -ph a,:, e Flows and ~uesmtcnz of :'eat -Sxc'hange -- Collectim of "Forks), 111,11auka," 1970, pp 15-25 (from Referativnyy Zh--,rnal, lbploeneretf.~-a, c 1, 1971, Abistract I!o m6s) Tr-tnslation: In the ar-c-cle are 3resented the residts of exoerimental in- venticration of the proces5 of eyma-i--ion of an air-aater nixtare in a Laval no:;zle at initial pressures of 2 4 absolute atrwsphert~s aria, dzryness d,~Frees of 0.02-0.30. .',easure-ient of tie nozzle thrust :~emf_tted deter,r%ina-tion Of U-a6 true gas content of tt~ie mixture b., volume-at Vie cutoff, ard c~'t~z p;iase slip. 14 figures, 2 ta1bles, 8 bibliozraphic entries. Heat, Comblistiofio' Nt6nsatiori VDC 532.52-'-,,.5.001.5 USSR PARF E T -YEVA, F KHELKIN T. K L.,K IT 61 ~A "An Inveztigvation cf -;~--,ansion of the -;at;-r-Air Hixture in a La-val Fozzle" Yascow, Dv-akhfaz,--,r,,e ~'oz~oki iVoproay Tepicob-mena -- Sbornik I'Nauka 11 Flows and Alestions of ~Ieat .xchange Collection of !'-!orks) 1C70, PP 15-25 (from Referativnyy Zhurnal) Tdploerer,geU~-a, "'C 1, 10,71-3 Abstract *10 lloo'S) Translation: In the article are zresented the results of eq,~erimental in- ve;stAgation of tne procesc of expansion of an air-wav!v miyr'~:re in a !.%Val nonle at initial pressures of 2 4 absolute atmosphere.; dryncst of.0.02-0.30. ."keasurt-:7tent of Oe nozzle thrast -,~emfttted determina-Lion aie true gaz ci:;nttent of *-he ndxture b,: volume at the cutaff, arxi (:fcne p.~Iase slip. 14 figures, 2 tables, 8 bibliographic entries. Kinetics of 2;2r-bipheuyl4Jcsrbox&1deii'da Photowd- rJu9.8.0 lu?vinbvi. N. 1N. (UPP.). Zk. C SM. 9701"Irft (Rus). Kill-etic dilat on h Pho mi of d$hinaldebyde (gildt. re of dip ~.tiic alAI) (1) 'In 3*~450 xn~ ~ligh _tht reaWon prxiceiMs are. p ented. I phemu ir~ only tu polar solvents, soiluit tfie~yteld b itt nieq4inune under static conditions' lsb% iiii iso"'tane; C~Hj ~r Et2Q, but 50% in 20% aq. Me%CO, 40% in Sc7p.gics. UeCOEf~ S2170 41 dry MezCO, and less in Me;COH, AcOll U4, and PhN,02. Tfie re. action also gave diphenic acid (11) ind 2-formylbiphenyl-29"-car- t e reaction V in- boxylic acid (11I)). rn dry solvents, h haracti dicates the intermediate, fotmati6ii of. the qtjlnon~ OV) and III;' the overall reaction is ist ordevin respect to vie aldefiy4fe: n CS oxidn. of the IV and W t6 U is also described by lat Mer k1leti lks REEL/FRAME 19801349 MIE fiNuMMUMNA" HMW----..--..-.l.... APOG49505 in eath case. The best scheme of the reaction is t t of p*mfte ' - fRtion reactions as shown.. The oxidn. of I ~ in A is acti enersy 3.2 kcallinole., in MeCORt 5,0, 'in e% 9.0; mid in 20% aq. Mel'CO 2.7. ita f0i kate COU51.- from I if ~re ' ' n - ilot aiftill itio tabWlated.forr the varnio 4M6. f6 reaction, t ac Q, p ucts a e. ed ~Ojaln pr Oss. 6"sitizirlt. Iq excl ~don The quinonebehavu as : ~611116 itcti 3 %v-hi I thin v4eisme ta e to -0j by comn~~g,#.Jpl ~Jn clty te 0 dizes acts" the oxidizing agent s Ins IV reA . I . . to 11, but as *tnore H*O 4 414d6ead (twFail 116 n C rM H bb .1 IV) s wit & thissubstance is-stabijaid-an ttsyfeldinciease~ 3d rma- The k tioaafMisreu"~d'undersuchc~nditimis. G.M.XosoWoff p T i 19801,351 CREHISTRY Aerosols USSR UDC 541.182.2/.3 PODOLSK1*_ A. A., KALAKUTSKIT, L. I., Kuibyshev Aeronautics Institute '!Effect of Particle Size Gn the Errors in Measurement of Aerosol Particle Size Distribution by Electroprecipitation Methods" Moscaw, Kolloidnyi Zhurnal, Vol 35, No 6, November-December 1973, pp 1188-1190 Abstract: The dependence on the semi-axis ratio of the dimensionless precipi- t:atiora coordinate of charged conducting particles ellipsoidal in shape (flattened and elongated, with equal surfaces or equal volumes) moving laminarly in a plane condenser was calculated. This coordinate depended on the semi-axis ratio only for flattened ellipsoids with equal surfaces. The error in the precipitation coordinate was no more than 10%,of the ibsolute value. The results indicated that the ratios.obtained can be used for determining the electroprecipitation capability of fractional powders. USSR UDG: 621.317. 39: 543.275.3.08 TURUBAROV, V. I., PODOL'SKIY, A.-A., KALA4UJ~i&TX"_J12__L , LOGVINOV, L.M., POPOV, B.I., RUMYANTSEV, V. V. and VORONOV, A. F 'Tlig4-Sensitivity Device for Continuous Measurement of Dust Concen- tration in Biosphere" Sb. Fiz. metody i vopr. metrol. biorned. izmereniy (Symposium on FlbLysics Methods and Biomedical Metrology Problems) '-Ivios cow, 1972, pl) Z88-289 (from Referativnyy ZliuTnal-.;Metrologiya 1 lzmeritellnaya Tiakhnika, No 8, 1972, Abstract No. 8. 32.1007 by V. S. K.) Txanslation: The design and operating principle are 'described of a cOntinuous -action, electronic, induction, dustineter, developed by the Litaingrad Aviation Instrument Building institute jointly with the Kuybyshev Aviation Institute. The dust concentration ineasurement method is based on the relation between the size of aerosol particles and their charges received in the corona discharge field. This type USSR TURUBAROV, V. I., et al., Sb. Fiz. metody i vopr. mtrol. bioried. izn!reniy, 288-269 MYT2, Pp dustmeter measures the surface concentration, therefore the change in dispersion concentration does not cause errors in dust concentration The dustmeter can be also calibrated by the weigbing method with. count. constant dispersion concentration and variation of weight concentration. Several modifications of electronic dustmeters characteri2ed by sensitivity and range have been developed. The technical characteriStiCS ivity, 10-Z mg/m3; we, i of EIP-3 dustmeter are: sensit ht, 5 kg; pow e r W consumption, 10 w; dynamic concentration range, 40 , overall dimen- sions, 280 x 190 x 80 mm. Test results of electronic induction dust- meters are presented. 2 /2 WIMI~ INI", 0 room ghetic ;Prop J agation USSR um: 62-1.371.332(088.8) ABRANOV, G. V. , KALAKUT-SKIY, L. 1. ,Kuybysheir Aviation Institixte "A Wave Tank for Studying the Propagation of Surface Vaves in a Liquid" USSR Author's Certificate No 258416, filed 21 Mar 67, pdtlished 21 A-pr 70 (from RZh-Radiotekhn-,ka, I'la 2, Feb T1, Abstract No 2A-366) Translation: The device coveredby this patent can be used to simulate processes of radio wave propagation. The surface wave activator is a discharge gap between two electrodes, one of then in the liquid and the other above the surface. The pickups are.capacitiwu: the larger plate of the pickup is immersed in the liquJA, and the smaller plate (in the form of a 6amw strip) is above the surface. N. S. -7 USSR UDC 550.834 ;AJ~RA I L.ft.'Applicant.: Kuybyshiv Avia- NOV, 9. V.-jnd At" S tion Instittute M. KA ~emician P. Korolev 1;rWave Basin for'Investigating the, opa ation of Surface W ves in Liquid" Moscow, Otkryti;ya, izobreteniya, ptomyshlennyye obraztsy, tovaroyye Znaki, No'l, 10A70, p 54, Author Certifi~ate No 258416 Clas4 21c. L kbstr.~ict: i,Thisi4~author certificate;Cintro'duces a vave basinifor tn- the~j propagation of surface *;aves in a liquid. -It con- tains a reservoar partially filled).with'a liquid (e.g. water), a surface wave energizer ana measuring eq6ipment. To achieve' higher accuracy and be~tter reproduceabiliiy of1measurements, the surface wave energizer'Consists of a discharge betwt4n electro4ps placed ones above the other with one of hem located above ~he liquid surface-in the basin and thi othlrapbelow this hurface. E 60 _-HINEIM1101 lux MBNOMMU Ace., Nr.: k004053-4- Ref Code: LA. t H 1':2= A S '!~'B a'~ rUSSR 550.834 AURAM011. G. V. gtnd UIAM15SIX& L, L01 Applicant: Kaybyshev Avia- ffon IfIsTrru e im. UE Korolev ltvYayd Lasin for Investig' Pr&p'agation of Surface Waves n a e .a Liq uid" Moiscow, Otkrytiya, izobreteniya, promysh1ennyVe'bbraz-tsy, tova;inyye znaki, No 1, L970, p 54, Author-Certificate No 258416 Class 21C. Abstract: This author certific'ate-introduces a orave basin tor in- ventigating the propagation of surface waves in ip, liquid. It, fon- tains a reservoir partially filled with a liquid:i(e.g. water), a surface wave energizer and M'easaring equipment.- To achieve higher, accuracy and better reproduceability of measurements,. the surEace waire energizer consists of a discharge gap between electrodes - placed one above the Other with one of them located above the liquid surface in the basin and the other below~tftis surftce-.' MIR P02HARITS S., and "kKU71, 'KAYA, L. M., KOL'TOVER, V. K.j AGRE N SUY L. V. inaktitute of Microbiology and Institute of Chemical Physjc7jr,,_jUc-ade--my of- Sciences, USSR "Activation of Spores of Thermoactinomyces vulgaris 2681 as Indicated by the Spin, Tracer 1-1,ethod" floscow, 1-Ukrobiologiya, Vol 40# No 6t Nov/Dee 71, PP 1110-1111 Almitractj Activation of spores of the actinomycete Thexnoactinomyces vule-aris 2681p jui3t like that of bacterial sporesp is,accoApanied Iry the conversion of disultide groups into thiol groups. In experl4ents on a auspension of noraotivixted spores of T. vulgaris 2681 in glycerol with 111% spxotiting spores arj& one of activated npores of this actinomycete in water with 90% sprouting sIxireal -the relation5hip between activation and the :rorzation of thlol gmu;s wav demoinstrated by reacting these groups with the stable lainoxyl radical N-0 1) and thon (letermining the Ye2 EPP spectrum of the radical. The methods of cultivation and preparation of thet susp3nsiona have been described. Radical I was introduced into the USSR P.OZHARITSKAYA, L. M., et al., Mikrobiologiyat,Vol 4C, No 6, Nov/Dec 71, pp 1110-1111 suspension of activated spores from a water-alcohol solution and Into that of nonactivated spores from a solvent that inhibits activation (glycerol or octane). The EPR spectrum corresponding to the suspension of activated spores exhibited -two signals, one with letvlO-8 see and another with 9 X 10- see, that was associated with radicals whose rotary motion mLs inhibited to a considerably lesser extent. Evidently two t7pes of FUS gvoups with different accessibility to radical I were present in the protein wall of the activated spores. The spectrum for the suspension of non- at, Aivat'Bd spores consisted of a triplet signal to which corresponded a rotary motion of I with Z- 2 X 10-15 see. The intensity of this signal RAW 5-7 times lower than that of the signal with the nore inhibited rotation U the.apectrum for the suspension of activated spores. This indicated Vat aclAvation was accompanied by a considerable increase Li the number of )z groul)s. USSR UDC7.576.852.1 094.3/095-1 ASIAN R. R. AGE, N. S. KAIAKUTSKIY L. V and KIRILLWAp I. P.j Institute of R gy, Acadaylf~' 'Clen"NPIMSR 'icrobiolo "Therz-ostability of Actinomycetes Spores in Rater, Air, and Hydrocarbons" Xoscow, MArobiolcgiya, No 2, 1971, pp 293-296 AbstraDti The thermostability of Thermoactinomyces vulgaxis 136, Actinomyces i-3treptomyclni 3-6, and Actinomyces thermovulgaris 1915 Spores in air war. fairly. higb (120 to 1300C) regardless of the type of Spore or the thermo- philic nature of the microorganism. The medium in which~the sporos were -reptomyclai B-6 spores heated markedly affected their the6mostability, A. st tolerai-.ed a temperature of only 50 C in water, but remained via:blc in Pir even %rhen hcated to 1200C. A. thernovulgaris ]!)15 and T. vul6pxis 13b ODOres were hcat resistant in all media tooted - waterp airp mineral 0,11 and undecane. A high content of Intracollular moisture tonded to loiter thermos Lability In A. streptomycini B-6 spores. Ifeating In iindecane (but'not in octane, pentadecane, or mineral oil) sharply reduced the maxinum temperature tolez-ated by T. valgaris 136 spores. The ther-mostability of thesig isporea ims higher i1i watex than In air; the content of intrac6llular moisture had little influence in this respect. 13 - - -------- won 4!N Z' 008 -UNC L A S S 11) kOCESSING DATE--11SEP70 STUDY ON MORPHOLOGY OF TWO CULTURES BELONGING TO TH E G E wi S MICROPOLYSPORA -U- -AUTHOR-00qOXHOVA, L.A., AGRE, N.S., KALAKUTSKIYI L.V., KRASILNTKOV, N.A. !,_~COUNTRY OF.INFO--USSR '_.'~Cd,lURCE-M.(KROBlOLOGIYA, 19701 VOL 391 NRI I fPP 95-100 ...... . ... '__4 ------- 70 DATE~PUBMHED --BIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES __SUBJECT AREAS SPOR, FUNGUS, ACTTNOMYCETES ~z~".tONTRGIL MARXING--NO RESTRICTIONS .~.DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED ,..i_P,Rn_XY _'REEL/FRA4E--1990/1731 STEP %0--UR/0220/7C)/0391()01/0095/0100 _q'_CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0109692 :.;-Z-2 7- Z Z Z 1 Z 17- Z I UNCLASSIFIED 2/2 008 UNCL~ASSZFIIED PROCESSING DATF--llSEP70 C IRC~ ACCESSION '140--AP0109692 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT-M GP-0- A3STRACT. MORPHOLOGY OF NO THERMOPHILIC STRATNS BELONGING TO THE GENUS MICROPOLYSPORA WAS STUDIFO, 1. E. 'ROPO IC XYSPORA RECT-IVjRGULA 1325 AND THERMOPOLYSPO:ZA POLfSPORA A-94. M a aoirH GRGANTSMS HAVE SIMILAR MYCELIUM STRUCTURE AND SPORE F, RMATION. ELECTRO(l MICROSCOPY REVEALED THAT M, RECTIVIRGULA HAD;THE STRUCTURE OF AERI-AL MYCELIUM TYPICAL FOR ALL STUDIE0 RAY FUNGI, SPORES OF THE 5TUOIED CULTURE EXHIBITED PRONOUNCED, POLYMORPHISM~ THICK WALL (700-1000 rHE INNER At-:1CONSUSTING OF TWO LAYERS,A4D,MULTl,LAYERED OUTER SHEATH. STRUCTURE or SVORES~ WAS THE SAME aS THAT-OF'HYPHAE-AND SIMILAR TO THAT OF~SPORES OF THE MAJORITY OF. STUDIED ACTINOMYCETES. f -7-i -ASSIFIED OkOCESSING DATE--160CT70 1/2 W!l UNCL TITLE--VARIATIONS IN THE ENZYMIC PROPERTIES OF MUSCLE F113ERS DURING EXTRACTION WITH GLYCEROL.-U- ..,AUTHGR-(02)-KALAMKAR0VAt M.B., VERETENNIKOVAl A#A. -COUNTRY OF INFO--USSR -811,]FIZIKA L970i 15(11* 184-7 -PATE PUBL I SHED-------- 70 OBJECT AkEAS--810LOGICAL -'ANE) MED-ICAL SCIENCC-S lAGS--MUSCLE TISSUE, SOLVENT EXTRACTION, PROTE[N, GLYCEROLI ADENOSIE ENZYME ACTIVITY$ CHOLINEST,ERASE XONTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS _WCUMENT C L A 5 S-- UN C LA 5 S I F I E D TROXY~ REEL/FRAME--1996/0627 STEP NO--UR/0217/'70/015/001/(Jl84/0197 CIRC ACCESSION NO,--AP0117853 UNCLASSIFIED 021 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--160CT70 -CIRC~ACCESSIQN NO--AP0117B53 --.ABSTRACT/EXTRACT---(U) GP-0- ABSTfiNCT. DURING THE I-XTN, i'."F MUSCLE FIBE S 'WITH GLYCEPOL THE REMOVAL OF MUSCLE SARCOPLASMIC PROTEINS TAKES PLAC-,~ .'AND ONLY MYOF113RILLAR PROTEINS ARE LEFT IN GLYCERfNATF-D MUSCLES. IN THE.COURSE OF EXTN. THE ATPASE ACTIVITY OF MUSCLE FIBERS IS INCkEASED 'LINIESTERASE AND'ON THE S-LOTH DAY IT REACHES A CUNST. VALUE* JIE Chd ACT11VITY OF THE MUSCLE FIBER REACHES A CONST. VALUE ON THE 16-18TH U4Y. FACILITY: INST. LHEM. PHYS., MOSCOWP USSR. UNCLASS IFIED USSR UDC 512.2S/.26+519.3:330.115 -V MUM N%t42r-' . ~'rlbe Cyt:lical Homori Algorithm" Ul)ravlyayemvye Sistemy [Controlled Systems Collection of Worvsj, No 6, Nclivosibirsk, 1970, pp 26-28, (Translated from Referativnyy Zhurnal, Kibernetika, No, 6, 1971,, Abstract No 6 V529 by A. Korbut) 4 Translat'fon: An example is presented, showing that the application of the first Homori algorithm to a problem clearly net having integer plans can lead to an infinite number of iterations. USSR KALANDARISHVTLI, N. G. "Automatic Sets Generated by Automata of One Class" 'fr. Problem. Lab. Avtomatiki i Vychi5l. T,-khn. Gruz. Politekhn. In-t [works of the Problems Laboratory for Automation and Computer Technology of Georgian Polytechnical Institute]i 1972, No 3, pp, 67-73 (Translated from Referativnyy Zhurnal Kibernetika, No 10, 1973, Abstract No 10V172) I'zanslation: Suppose A is a finite, fully defined Mill automaton with input alphabet P and output alphabet Q. Let us assume E = P x Q. The input-output (i.-o.) sequences realized by automaton A will be repre- sented by words in alphabet Z. Suppose E* is the set of all words in alphabet S. Word s, belonging to Z*, will also be written in the form s = (r, 1), where r is the projection of s on P and I is the projection of s on Q. The i.-o. sequence s EE* is called accessible in automaton A if there is a state a such that, if it is in state-a atthe inital montent in time, automaton A converts input,word r into word 1. The set of all 1.-o. sequences accessible in automaton A is cal led. the automatic set and -is represented by D . The i.-o. sequence s = (r, D is A A called unambiguously continuable if for any input word r' there is a et of unique i.-o. sequence s' = (rr', 111)6 D A. Suppose DA is the s all unambiguously continuable sequences. The set of all -;..-o. sequences l/2 USSR i(ALANDARISHVILI, N. G., Tr. Problem. Lab. Avtomatiki i Vychisl. Tekhn. Gruz. Politekhn. In-t, 1972, No 3, pp 67-73 s ED which are not unambiguously continuable will be represented by DA A The i.-o. sequence s(FDAO is ca.iled simple if no part of it differing OP is the set of all f.7om s is unambiguously continuable. Suppose D A simple unambiguously continuable i.-o. sequences from D A* Automaton A~is called an automaton with finite memory if there is a n=ber N > 0 0 -no less than N, suzh that for any i-o. sequence sE D A of llengch sED A It is easily establishcd that for an automaton with finite memory, sets vp H D apd D are finite. A A The main result. of,the work is proof of the fact that for automlta with finite memory, set DA is fully defined by the pair of sets 1) A op H and D S. Karcheskov A 2/2 0 T Automata *UWR LDC: 577.4 KAIMARISMU, N. G. "Concerning Automaton Sets Generated by Automata of One Class" Tr. Problem. lab. avtomatiki I vychisl. tekhn. Gruz. ioolitekhn. in-t (war'xs of-the Problem Laboratory for Automation and.Computer Technology. Georgian "o 3, pp 67-73 (from RZh-Matenatika, No 10, Po3,,rtechnica2 institute), 19T2,. N 41 Oct. 73, abstract 110 1OV372 by S. Marchenkov) Translation: Let A be a finite,completely defined Mill auteinaton vith input alphabet P and output alphabet Q. It is assumed that E= Px Q. 1he input -output (1/0) sequences realized by automaton A are represented by words it, alphabet Z. Let E* be the set of all words in alphabet Z. A word s bi~lcng- iligto E* is also recorded in the form s= (r, Z), where r is the projectic.1 of s on P, and I is the projection of s on Q. The 1/0 sequencesF ::''-'s called admissible in automaton A if there exists a state a such that the autonaton A, being at time zero in state a, transforms Input word r to word 1. The set of all 1/0 seauences which are,admissible by automaton A is called the aut=aton set and is denoted by DA - n~ e 1/0 sequence 1) ED., uniquely continuable If for any.Input word r.1 there exists a 112 USSR KALANDARISHVILI, N. G., Tr. Problem. lab. avtomatiki i vychisl. tekhn. Gxuz. ~politekhn. in-t, 1972, No 3, pp 67-73 unique 1/0 sequence s'= (rr, 11') E DA. Let DA'. be the set of all uniquely con- tinua~ble sequences. The set of all 1/0 sequences sED., which are not uniWtie- ly cantinuable is denoted by DA". The 1/0 sequence s(-D,' is called simple if no part of it distinct from s is uniquely continuablL Let D,,,,-- be the set of all simple,uniquely continuable I/O.sequences f.-rwm DA. Automaton A is called an automaton with finite memoryJf there exists a number N> 0 such that for any 1/0 sequence sEDA of length no less than 11, sC-DAC- It is :easilr established that for an automaton vith finite memory the sets DA"' D&x are finite. The basic result of the -work is proof that for automata -with Tinite memory the set D., is completely defined bythe pair of sets 777 777777777 1'. -N:e:Ar0040887 Ref. Code: .-Ad 19 pp//.2-/,U -PRIMM SOURCE: Avtomatika i 'Aelemekhanika:, 70 CONXERNING DESCRIPTION OF FINITE AUTOMATON BY MEANS OF FINITE ENSEMBLE OF INPUT-OUTPUT SEQUENCES. I V. A. Buyevic KALA.-NDARTSHVILI, A. A. TAL/ It i5 shown that when usin(T tho notion, introduced in the prosent article, of the equivalent transformation; of input-output seqw-nces, 66 behaviour of any strongly hound finite autonv~tcn may. be fully defined by the settimr of a finite onserable -01' Input-gutput, sequences of finite length with lhcjnar~-j iridiciting their initial parts (by the setting of the k-array). The, algorithm. of making up the k-array for a set finite butomaton is presented. RaL r. Ywa 191750626 UNCCASSUFTM_`_i~:~:: PRbtEssfNG DATE- t3NOV70 'C-IRC:ACCESSION NO--ANO'107503 .ABSTRACT/EXTRACT-M GP-0- ABSTRACT. S. A. POPOVv T. M. MUKHAMEDOV, F. -A.-,AIJDEYEV.t I.- L. BLEYMANt G. 1. POKROVSKLYP Ts. 5, ANTONYANt L. Vo :DUNlKf3AP.KOVSKlY,,A. 1. PEVZNER, T. S14. SHARIPOV, V-P. NEDRIGE, YA. A .:.-lYUL,ISH, AND B. K. SVE-NTKOVSKIY ARE GIVEIN~CREDIT FOR CARRYING OUT 2 YEARS .:.-A,GO THE.BAYPAZI BLAST USED TO'CONSTRUCT:A:DAM. IT: IS ALSO SAID THAT THE il~-JNSTITUTE OF TERRESTRIAL- PHYSICS OF THE:SOVIET ACADEMYOF SCIENCES,.THE SCIEh;TIFIC:RESEARCH INST-ITUTE OF HYDROTECHNOLOGY ANO AMELIURATIONP THE AND OTHER :INSTIT.UTE DVEARTHQUAKE PROOF CCJNSTRUCTION~AND SEISMOLOGY -AND EXTENSIVE RES:EARCH PROGr~AM Ti N dFLrGANJZ..ATI-(3NS CONDUCTED IN CONJUNC 0 -4-T-THE:~:BLASTO 7 W I H. -UNCLASSIFIE-0- USSR KALANTARO KELIKOVA, T. A., and RASULOV, N. E.,,Baku "Investigation of the Effects of a Magnetic Field on the Quality of Cotton Fibers" Kishinev, Elektronnaya Obrabotka Materialov, No 2, 1971, pp 68-71 Abstract: Cotton fibers were kept in a rotating magnetic field of 400 to 800 a/cm for I to 10 minutes, with relative humidity ranging from 65 to 80%. in all cases, this treatment enhanced the tensile strength of the cotton fibers, with the maximum increase of 0.2-0.3 g observed after 3 minutei3, of exposure. Follow-up tests demonstrated that this improvement was dwrable. Infrared spectroscopy of the fibers revealed shifts in 7maximmft absorption bands, and x-ray analysis showed a greater-degree of polari:cationof the polymers (up 2-4%).after the treatment. The feasi- ility of applying this method in industry Is being inve'stigated. 1C) 7 Instrumentation and F4uiP=rlt UNR MCP 62i.793j620-17-05 IMWMYTMWO PO T. j IVANOV, YE. G. j X41AHROV9 P. D. 9 and B-MEKOPYTOV S - A. Mr-Form Engineering Academy Ineaff Zh7W5vsKW~---_ "InsUllation for the Investigation of the Plasticity of Diffusion Coatings 'Applicl on Heat-Resistant Alloyw! Moscow# Zavodskaya. Laboratoriyag No 5g 19730 pp 618-619 Abstracts The Air Force Engineering Academy imeni Zhuko"kiy- hns developed a unit on which specimens with coatings are tested for bwW-ingi after ibis, the angle of rotation of . the sectioA is determitwd and f'rom its degree the relative elongation at the moment of first crack development is imle-Inted. The plasticity is characterized by the relative elongation 43 -b -R /21. where b and I are thickness and length of the specimen and ,q -azijle of rotation at first crack development. The unit in used for the Investigation of the plasticity of protective~coavingz pivduced by caloriza- :tion-in a mix of ferroaluminum and ammonium chloride chxomocaloriza- ' vacuum on specimens of KhN?OV?Mu and KhK55V?2WT(Yu alloys, As a :xvsult of chronocalorization and calarizatical, layers with ma:dmut Al- ewtenU of 14-24 and 30-38%9 respectively# develop# It'is obown that on USSR SHIEYNIKOV, V. I., KALI~SIVNIK, B. A- florganization of Archives in the OSP-1 Operational System for the NI-422 Machine" Vychisl. Mat. i Vychisl, Tekhn. [Computer Mathematics and Coniputer 7echnology Collection of Works], No 3, KharIkov, 1972, pp 136-140 (Translated from Refe-rativny y Zhurnal Kibernetika, No 4, 1973, Abstract No 4044, by tile audiors). Translation: Ilie organization of a magnetic tape archive B described vithin thei f-ramework of the OSF-I operational system, developed at the computer certer of the Institute of Physics and Technology, Academy of Sciences, (IK'SSR. Vds operational system allows operation from a remote terminal as a batch of jobs runs through the machine. The terminal operations require a simple but effective method of accumulation, storage and calling of large files of infor- mat.ion: programs, data, etc. The magnetic tape archive basically satisfies these requirements. The article describes the general organization of the archive and access instructions. Examples of operation with the archivo are presented. USSR A "'Program for Organization of Archives on Magnetic Tape for Texts in ALGOL-60" Vychisl. mat. i Vychisl. Tekhn [Computer Mathematics and Equipment -- Collec- tion of Works], No 2, Khar1kov, 1971, pp 81,141, (Translated from Referativnyy Zhurnal, Kibernetika, No 3, 1972, Abstract No 5.V531 by the author). Translation: The program suggested allows.archives to be orde-red on computer magnetic tape for computers with the instruction system of the M-20 machine i.,t them level of ALGOL-60 input language. The program is called ARAI) (Automa- tic ALGOL- Program Editor), since it also allows automation of the process of introduction of changes (editing) to texts of programs in input language. AIRAP is formulated as two sections and is included in the TA-INI (1) transla- tor. The ARAP program with slight changes,can be used independently with any text information. The worh presents the text of the program in code, a4escription of its algorithms and information for users. USSR KA LAISHN I ~KIL. "Program for Organization of Archives on Magnetic Tape for Texts in ALGOL-60" Vychisl. mat. i Vychisl. Tekhn [Computer-Mathematics and Equipment -- Collec- tion~of Works], No 2, KharIkov, 1971, pp 81-141, (Translated -from Referativnyy Zhurnal, Kibernetika, No 3, 1972, Abstract No 3 V531 by the author). Translation: The program suggested allows archives to be ordered on computer magnetic tape for computers with the instruction system,of the M-20 machine at the level of ALGOL-60 input language. The program is called ARAP (Automa- tic ALGOL Program Editor), since it also allows automation of the process of introduction of changes (editing) to texts of programs in input language. AIRAP is formulated as two sections and is included in the TA-IM (1) transla- tor. The ARAP program with slight.changes can be used independently with any text information. The work presents the text of the program in code, a description of its algorithms and information for users. 1/1 'USSR UDC: 9.74 BELOUS, L. F. ."Dialogue Mode for the NI-222 with Batch Jobs in Background" Teoriya Yazykov i Metody Postroyeniya Sistem Programmir. [Theory of Languages and Methods of Construction of Prngramming Systems--Collection of Works], Kiev- Alushta, 1972, pp 278-286 (Translated frod Referativnyy Zhurnal Kibernetika, Abstract No HV577, by V. Mikheyev) *rranslation: The OSF-l operational system, for the M-222 computer is described, providing for an operational mode (on line) utilizing a -remote terminal simul- tancously with the running of a batch of jobs. The. OSF-1 imcluoe~;: the super- visor, monitor, general purpose magnetic tape storage, ARAP system storage for programs in ALGOL-60, SIRIUS translator, serial software (TA-1m, autocoder, atc.). Two different programs are distinguished in OSF-1: batch programs and !FQxegTound programs (from remote terminal). Each of these can be in either of two states--active or passive. The active state of the program refers to the case when the central processor is running the program and servicing slow per- Jpheral devices upon receipt of passive program requests by infterruption. In Ilie passive mode, the program is either waiting for completion of data trans- fer from terminal devices or waiting its turn. The dialogue mode of the OSF-l 1/2 =ago ATSt4r .XA.LAS:Hf,J1K, V. T. 5 0 Fa F-~ t: m r4 64. ussn urc 60-3.002.66 KALASHHIK, V. T. OPatent Research in an Enterprise" Voprosy Izobretatelistva (Problems of Invention), No 1, 1971, PP 55-57 (from R-21, Informatika, No 4, Apr 71, Abstract No 71.4.9) Translation- The organization of patent rerearch M, the lfrr~menchug, Automobile Plant (In the USZR) Is describcd. Ttiree types of patent research aro out: !l) research for the purpose ce doter.-11n1n7 level of' devvIopment, b) re-*,~~tlrch tor the purpose of ~~alecting a ratlonal trcnd in slu3lfflning: a) r-search ro- the Purpose of determining the expediency of purahasJng licenst-a. V-ze sc-quence and content of all stages of each type or vescarch are described. ONE" WIN Expi6skves Ojid. osions 2 USSR UDC 5J .525.1 ~EL'NIKGV, A. GAVRILIN, A.. I., DIWOVA, N. I., and JjA~A ,,rj~ Tomsk Polytechnical. Institutit! Imeni S. iM. Kirov " 'echo--mism of the EXD1DSiOn Initiation of Silver and Thallium Azides All by Electrical Discharge" -Moscow, Zhurnal Fizicheskoy h1himii, Vol 44, No Q, SeP 70, N pp 2321-2323 bstra3t-. Experimental dat.~! are reported on the expIr-)-;io2i initiaticn, A of: sil,ver and thallium azider~- by means of an ele-ctrical The samplep studied were subjected to charge irrpulses i-.rith a front of t Tf =5"10-b sec and amplituee 4.5 kv. Critical enervy of thr-- ini ia- r tion. o~l AgN and Tl'!,.,) by an electrical dischavk-- 3 ,o mias vie-usurca uy os- cillography of the cuerent, chargre and the beginning of' glow; it was fou-nd to be 0.2-10-3 and 0,5-10-~ J rl~spectivoly. "I'lle re.'~:Ults the contention about tbfrmal nature of the initial. of azia- J o, e s by ~electrlcal discharge. it was shown experimentally that P. spark with arIL energy below that of the critical one does not cause the exulosic- of above azides, The spark ener-y appears to be the determinant ini- ti.ation% parameter.