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Woos M` 632-95 MMIME -14 K., and STRE-N-SCIVA LA Y11, I "Synthesis and Use of 9-Cyanoathyl Derivativu of C= bazolu and "Ions of Tle'r _r Conversion Prcmiucts" Sb. nauch. tr. po kbimii Sverd-1. iii-t nar. kh-va (Call ection of Siciren-lifil Florks on Chemistry of Svexdlovsk Inatitute of Ue National economy), Sverd- lovsk, 1971, pp 74-79 (from RZh-Khiniyal Ho 13, 10 Jul 72, Abstract R'O 131N`99 by H. B. Vsevolotbskaya) Translations q-Cyanoethylc?,rbazo1O (1), Its III.."'ro anft w,11,10 as irell as their convorsion pr*duct-,. posse--z fungicWzz Prop~-:vt-,C-S. !3al~--onifica- tion of I in a mixttire of a 20-parcont, aqueous zulution of OR v.-Id Othyl alcobol or, boilingr for 4-6 houra gAver,,9--(/J yield 80%, melting ethyl alco: 01+AcOh). It tra-Uon of 11 , Point 171-30 (60 vith a mix, Lure of HNO, and twoll gives 3,6-dlnit;:~i-q (III) , yield, 80F;~o, n, 31ting point 2950 (dioxane), In tLitri-tion uT -3-1 j2-11 - -rm-ino doriva-U-ve oi~ is per- yield of III is 85%. Sapor-ification of tho 3~ To=ed In a nixture of /*,j' Y011 and ethyl alcohol, yield of' 2Z~'. Boiling, of 11 in SOU t~ chllo~~t-T of 11, melt-ing point 2 gives - a --cid n dting point 40 the ac ion of FOU and PCI -l,n M gnivei) the rwid chlori~k! e 3 A USSR PusHLkREVA, Z. V., et al., 8b. nauoh. tr. po khimil Svexyll. in-t i=. Kh-va Sverdlovsk, 19?1, pp 74-79 0 f M malting point 300' 3,6- (N02) 2-1 IB speciany act'-,(a ac'%irlst -timulating effect on the ~,-owth of dlcotyledons; I fuld 11 Fusarium, II has a r :oot rot. ai-- used to control 3. UNCLASSIFtED Of-10CESSM. DATE--11SEP70 TITLE--RIBOFLAVINE ANALOGS, Ve TRIFLUDROOMETHYL DERIVATIVES OF IDINITRbDIHYDROPHENALINE -U- ,.AUTHOR--MOKRUSHIN* V.S., PUSHKAREVA# Z-V.* VAVILOV, G.A. TRY OF INFO--USSR C'SOURCE--KNIM. GETEROTSIKL. SOEDIN. t9Td, 119-21 _r','DATE PUBL'ISHED ------- 70 -SUBJECT AREAS--BIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCJENCES ,TOPIC-.TAGS--HETEROCYCLIC NITPOGEN COMPOUND, AROMATIC AMINEt ORGAIIC NITRO 'COMPOUND, RIBOFLAVIN. _'~ZONTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS ._.~.'DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED ",PROXY REEL/FRAME--1987/1691 STEP NO--URJ'0409/70/0t)0/00110119/01?1 ACCESSION ND--AP0104904 UNCLASSIFIED oil UNCLASSIFIM PROCESSING DATE-1-ISEP70 ~CJRC ACCESSION NO--AP0104904 ~-ABSTRACT/EXTRACT--(.U) GP-0- AeSTRACT. A SERIES OF THE TITLE COMPOS. (1) WAS PREPD. FROM 1'HF CORRESPONDING DIPHENYLAmINES Irl). THUS, A 'j'IXT. OF 0.001T5 MOLE-0-NITROANILINE, 8 ML ETOH#~ AND 0.5 RANEY NZ WAS HYDROGENATED AT ROOM TEMP. AND I ATM 12-15 HR, THE CAT4LYST FILTERED OFF9 -AND THE FILTRATE DILD. WITH 0.0035 MOLE ACONA IN 10 ML H SUR2 0 AND SHAKEN WITH 0.0018 MOLE PICRYL CHLORIDE IN 14 ML ETOH I HR TO IGIVE THE CORRESPONDING It. THE FOLLOWING-11 WERE PREPO. (R R41MEI, R P!~IME2, R PRIME3, M.P. (ETOH), AN 'D PERCENT YIELD GIVEN')-- CH _SLJ82 CH SUB2 OH'I MER CF. SUB3v~ -174DEGR.~ESt 69.; CH SUB2 C11 SJJB2 OHt 'HtC'F SUR3-, .176DEGREESi 63; CH'SUB2 CH SU82 OH, CF SU83v H, 168DEGREES, 54. 11(R PkIMEI E1JV4LS 1,DEOXYpDvGALACTITI,YL "D,GAL4CTYLt') FORMED I WHFN*CqYSTD. if BOILED WITH ACONA IN ETOH 5 HR GAVE 1, THE FOLL014ING I WERE PREPO. IR PRIMFIt .0, PRIMEZ, R PRIME3, M.P., AND PERCtNT YIELD GIVEN); CH SUB2 CH SUB2 OH, ME, CF SUB3, 270DEGREFS# 67; CH SU32 CH SUEt2 CHT Hp CF SUB3 273DEGREES, 68; CH SUS2 CH SUB2 OH, CF SUB3, H, 248DEGAEES, 58; I'DG.ALACTYL#" ME, CF SU93# 235DEGREESt 74; "DYGALACTYL,t" H, CP SV839 237DEGYREES, 69; VID,GALACTYL,." CF SU83y H, 228DEGREESV 524 1'.HAVE UV LAMBDA SUBMAX. 550-55- NMw~ UNCLASSIFIED USSR UX 547-785-1-07 V. Y2 and SUE2[OVq MI. YE. The ROZIN, YU. A.Y BL011MIN; FW' M=4-11ZIPM V -) Ural Polyteckunical Institute imeni S. M. Kirov.$ SveDUmmk "Heterylimidazoles. I. Me Synthesis of 2-Hetc,~-~,rl-l~,5-Dial-,,rlinidazoles', Riga. Mimiya Gete rots ikliche skihi Soy--dinenV, No 5, 1972, pr 691-692 Abstract: It is recognized that the biimidazoles possess -photochronic and thermochromic properties. 11ovever, as yet no data are evrallable on the photo- and themnochronic properties of hoterozubstituted biinida-moless. In order to make such studies possible, fifteen ;2-heteryl--!~,5-e,.iaryliiiiid,3.zoles -- whi-Ch have not been rreviously described -- were s3iyUiesizeO, by condensation of 'nenzirl or p-tolyl zolutions ~,rith heterocyclic aldehydes in acetic acid. in the rr-f~enc--- of awonium acetate. Tne reactions were carri *cd olit as to 20 ml. of boiling glacial acetir acid coritninin." 5' (,' O-V W"10d T IT11 r, a of m ii-arm vs-~Ylution -,)f a-cetic acid contaiming 0.03. mole of' `,tnjzy1. (or p-colyl) nd 0.01 mole of t1).3 appropriate aldchyolc in a drap,,,-1c,2 marm-,--r ry-,,Qr tt Per-1,14- oC 2 br, The reaction mixture vraf~ boili~!d. loor an ax1dit-lorial 3 hr-, followins which ~ -M ILTI it was cooled and pourei oD 250 rL of ice with an e*zcess 0 ~ 4' - Me realultPant precipitate vras removed by filti-ation, washed with water, tl,ried, ana recr~rsta.'-- lized. Ziese preparations then stfoJected to IR spectroscopic analyses. TECHNICAL TIMNSLATION' ISTC-ST-23- 1023-72 ENCLISH TIM; TPE.R.110ELM-TRIC GENM%TORS TVLXOELEK'rRICHESKtYZ CENERA70RY A. S. Okhotin, A. A. Yefremov, V, S. Okhritin. 413 SOME: Ter-noclektric1heskive izenerato!j, 1973 TraT%slated lot rSTC tvy ACSI IM i JOTME t,Ll~ttmn have L-n trzridazed as presented in %hc original text. No ot!rmpt has Lc~n mace to veriN the accvracy of any statement contained herein. This Mirl"13tiort is published with a rniniinu-n of copy editiq and graphics poot-3r2-nors lit order t:) zxpe,li~r r1h, ~~=rmn,a4k-" vf is%f.,mutiun. Iteiluests for additionot copies of this ,mcrtz .1-uld be addcc~-' to D-.= "ment A, National Technical Information Service, ~tz 22~151. Approved for rtd~lsc rcleas.; diuvibution wtlimitvd. A JPRS 5558) 30 Marcn 1972 METHODS OF INVESTIGATING THE THERMOEIECTRiC :", PROPERTIES-OF SEMICONDUCTORS Tran5lation of Cha ter S of Russ ian -language book by Glazo cq~hotlkn R 's !"vu hkars 1 Y: _miftdy AtoMlZdat Press; moscow, PP 2. 151-167, CDC 621,314.59. CONITENT- PAGE Abstract.... ................ ....................... ........ chapte r 5: Method of InvestigattnS the ThermoQluctric Properties of Semiconductors in the Li,quid ?bast ......................................... 2 a (x - USSR - ri 1/3 GL8 U NC L A ss i r r. e r): PR04'ESSING DATE--,??N0V70 --THERMAL PROFILING APPLICATIGNAF TkEPill0lF_LCcTR1c GENERAToRS FoR .T trLE I -,--._;:THEIR -OUTPUT CHARACTEPLSTICS VIPRQVEHENT~~-!]-_ :AUTHOR (02)-EFREMOVt A.A., PU5HKARSKYY A.So r :COUNTRY OF INFO--USSRt UNITED STATtS ANNUAL INTERSOCIETY ENERGY C 0 NV E R, I ON ENGI;NEER.ING CONFERENCE -WASHfNGTOP19 U.S.A., SL:2584 ~OATE PUBLISHEO ------- 70 SUBJECT L~REAS-BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, ENERGY f.*,ONVERSION iNON-PROPULSIV0 ~TOPIC TAGS--ELECTRIC ENGINEERING CONFERENCEt rfiERMOELECTRIV. GENERATOri MARKINO--NO RESTRICTIONS -.DOCUMENT CLASS-UNCLASSIFIE0 .:.PROXY REEL/FRAME--3006/1646 STEP 11,10--US 100 0 070 /04)0 000 1000 0/ 0 0 00 ~~,CIRC ACCESSION NO--AT0135265 (INCLAcISIFIF-13 2/3 018 UNCLASSI FIF-0 PROb-SSING DATE-27NOV70 CIRC ACCESSION NO-AT0135265 ABSTRACT11EXTRACT-(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. THE LOSS OF ou*rPUT ELECTRIC ...CAPACITY IS CHARACTERISTIC FOR MANY TYPES OF THERMOELECTRIC GENERATORS ~.AS A RESULT OF IRREGULARITY FACTOR INFLUENCE Or- HEAT RELEASE. OF HEAT SOURCE ON THERMAL CONTACT SURFACE. ~SPECIALLYt IT IS CHARACTERISTIC FOR NUCLEAR REACTOR THERMAL GENERATORS. THE AVAILABILITY OF ALMOST QUADRATIC DEPENDENCE OF THERMAL GENERATOR ELECTRIC CAPACITY ON IRREGULARITY COEFFECIENT OF HEAT SUPPLY TO THERMAL CONTACT SURFACE (IF GENERATOR HOT JOINTS MAKES HARD DEMANDS TO HEAT SOURCE DESIGN. ONE OF THE POSSIBLE WAYS TO REDUCE IRREGULARITV,INFCUENCE OF HEAT SUPPLY IS THERMAL PROFILING OF THERMAL GeNERATCRS- THE ESSENCE OF THERtMAL PROFILING CONSISTS IN CREATIO;N OF VARIO~s THERMAL RESISTANCE DEPENDING ON THERMOELEMENT 4RKANGEMENT IN EITHER SECTION OF THERMOELECTRIC GENERATOR. BY MEANS OF THIS, CONSTANCY OF" TEMPERATURE C011DITIONS FOR ._:ALL THERMUELEMENTS. IS ACHIEVED# ;AND LONSEQUEN SAME EFFIC16:ZY. TLYi THE~. PROD L D THERMOELEC-TRK .GENFR Al 04 C~" Ll 'A I ~METHMZOF E t T 6N 1S CONSIDERED IN THE REPORT FOR TWG CASES' 1. PROFILING BY CHANGE OF THERMAL RESISTANCE OF THERMOELEMENTS ALONG HEAT FLOW CHANGE WITH THE HELP OF VARIOUS DEGREE OF FILLING ON THERMOELECTRIC MATERIAL. 2. -PROFILING BY ARRANGEMENT, BETWEEN HEAT SOURCE AND HOT JOINTS OF THERMOELEMENTSt OF SUPPLEMENTARY THERMAL RESISTANCEP CHANGING BY VALUE ALONG HEAT FLOW CHANGE (ON CIRCUIT OF HEAT TRANSFER Al"'ENT). THE REPORT CONTAINS FORMULAE OF PITCH BETWEEN THERMOELEMENT SEC'rtONS AND OTHER CONSTRUCTIVE PARAMETERS FOR THE FIRST CASH* VARIABLE RESISIANCE C4ANGE LAW IS SHOWN ON LENGTH OF HEAT TRANSFER AGEN'r CIRCUIT FOP. THE SECOND CASE. _-UNCLASS 1/3 018 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING. GAfE--27NQV70 IRC ACCESSION NO-AT0135265 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT-THE REPORT ALSO CONTAINS ANALYTIC COMPARISON OF OUTPUT ': R PARAMETERS OF PROFILED AND NON PROFILED THERMOELECTRIC GENERATORS r0 VA'qIUUS CWiDITIO'NS OF HEAT RELEASE. FACILITYt, ALL,UNION SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH INSTIJUTE OF RhFRIGERAT.IN(; INDUSHlY, MOSCOW. FACILITY: USSR STATE COMMITTEE FOR TRE UTILIZATION Or, ATOMIC E.NERGY, Moscow. UW. LAS S I F- I ED ... . ...... of 741. 1/3 023 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE-27NIOV70 T,lTLE--Pfll4ER EFFICIENCY EVALUATION OF THERMOELECTRIC M,ATERIALS FOR -THERMOGENERATORS-OF VARIOUS -U- A.A., DANILOV, YU.1or PUSHKARSKY, A.So -COUNTRY OF INFO--USSR, UNITED srATES SOURCE--4TH ANNUAL INTERSOCIETY ENERGY CONVERSION ENG111EERING CONFERENCE WASHINGTON1.U.S.A.1, SL-2584 -.--DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, ENERGY CONVERSION -_(NON-PROPULSIVE) .~-TOPIC TAGS--ELECTRIC ENGINEERING CONFERENCE, THERMOELECTRIC POWER, PROPERTYp THERMOELECtRIC GENERATOR ~: --CONTROL MARKftIG--NO RESTRICTIONS OOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL/FRAME--3006/1632 STEP C1111C ACCESS-10N tf'i'j--Ar0I1526t 'CLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--27NOV'TC 2/3 023 Ul% CIRC ACCESSION NO--AT0135261 ABSTRACT/EXTkACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. EXTENSIVE VARIETY OF THERMOELECTRIC FACILITIES AND SPECIFIC. CHARACTER OF THEIR WORK UNDER VARIOUS CONDITIONS MAKE, -FOR EACH CONCRETE CASE, CERTAIN REQUIREMENTS TO THERMOELECTRIC MATERIALS BEING USED AND CONVERTEAS ON THEIR POWER CHARACTERISTICS. GENERALLYP AT THE PRESENT TIMEv IN PRACTICE, VALUE 017 QUALITY OR IOFFE CRITERION ARE USED FOR EVALUATION OF POWER POTENTIALITY OF THERMOELECTRIC MATERIAL APPLICATION. HOWEVER, ?40"~j WHEN FIELDS OF THERMOELECTRIC GENERATOR APPLICATION AND CONUITIONS OF THEIR OPERATION ARE CONSIDERABLY EXTENDED, SUCH EVALUATION BECOME EVTDENTL.Y INSUFFICIENT. THE PRESENT THEORETICAL WORK CONI'AINS :NEW CRITERIONS 01: EFFICIENCY EVALUATION OF THERMOELECTRIC MATERIALS DEPENDING ON SPECIFIC CONDITIONS OF OPERATION. THESE CRITERIONS ARE PRESEUTED 1,14 ANALYTIC EQUATIONS1 DEDUCED FOR SOME CONDITIONS STATED, BELOW WHEN IT IS NECESSARY TO ACHIEVE. 1. MAXIMUM INTERNAL EFF[CIEN'CY. OF THERIM,01E LEQ Tit IC MATERIAL. MAXIMUM EFFICIIINCY OF CONVERSION. 3, MAX 11'JUM ELECTRIC CAPACITY FROM CROSS SECTION UNIT OF THERMOELECTRIC CONVERTER FOR A CASE WHEN COLD J31NTS OF THERMOELEMENTS ARE COOLED BY CONVECTIONAL WAY. 4* MAXIMUM ELECTRIC CAPACITY r-PSIA CROSS SECTION UNIT. (IF THERHOELIECTR?LC CONVERTERI WHEN COLD JOINTS OF THERMCIEL."MENTS ARE COOLED ONLY f:)Y RADIANT HEAT EXCHANGE. FOR ALL INDICATED CASES# THE EFFICIEINCY OF THFRINUELECTRIC :MATEPIALS WORK IS ESTIMATED BY DI!Ac~,NSIONAL OR NO14 GIIHE-NSU.'JINAL COMPLEX WHICH INCLUDES ONLY VALUES OF QUALITY, MAXIMUM OPERATING TEMPERATURE OF THERMOELECTRIC MATERIAL AND MAXIMUM PFRMISISIOLE TEMPERATURE DROP ON IT. Rlf LA ff, I F f J/ 3 023 UNICL A S.S IF I ED' PRIXESSING DArc-27NOV70 CIRC- ACCESS lfllrlN NO-AT01352,51 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT--THERE iS A TABLE IIN CONCLUSION- OF THE REPORT WH[Clj CO?IlTAINS CALCULATED VALUES OF QUANTITY 0F COMPLEXES BET-NG CONSIDNED FDR SQ-~tE PRESENT THERMOELECTRIC MATERIALS* FACRITY, ALL UNIGN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF REFRIGERATING INOUSTRY, MOSCOW, FACILITY: MOSCOW AVIATION.INSTITUTE. FACILITY: STATE COMMITTEE ON THE UTILIZA-rION eF ATO,'-Ilr- ENERGY or- THE USSR. P, 'C LA S S I F I E 0 U ..... ...... A. USSR UDC 615.281.8:547.963.32 ATANASOVA, Yu. G., PUSITCARSKAYA, N. L.,_GALEGOV, G. A., azad DEBOV, S. S., institute of Virology imeni D. I."_'1VEiovskiy, Academy of Sciences USSR, and Chair of Biochem-istry, First Moscow Institute imeni I. D1. Sechenov "Antiviral and Interferogenic Action of Com plexes of Polyadenylic and Polyuridylic Acids" Moscow, Byulleten' Eksperimental'noy Biologii i Meditsiny, No 10, 1971, pp 64-66 Abstract: Sterile solutions.of polvadenylic and polyuridylic acids (1:1) at concentrations of 27 to 300 jig/ml inhibited the reproduction of vesicular stomatitis virus in a culture of chick fibroblasts. When the polymers were combined with neomycin, the extent of inhibition of virus reproduction in- creased from 56.8 to 90.3%. (Neomycin alone did not reduce the infectious titer of the virus). Complexes of polyadenylic and polyurldylic, acids also exhibited marked interferonogenic ability inivitro, but leas than that of some other inducers. d. 29 USSR UDC-616.831-07.,617.7-072.7 DOVEDOVA, Ye. L., BOGOLEPOV, N. N., and PUSHKIN,_A,-S., Mrain Institute, USSR Academy of Medical Sciences USSR "Ultrastructural and Biochemical Characteristics of the Visual Analysor After Prolonged Light Deprivution" Moscow, Zhurnal Nevropatologii i Psikhiatrii, No 7, 1973, pp 1,070-1,077 Abstract: Keeping rats in total larkness for 7 months caused ultrastructural and biochemical changes mainly in the ergastoplasm of visual analysor neurons. It also reduced the activity of enzymes of mediator and oxidative metabolism in the mitochondria and synaptosomes. The ultrastructural changes included increased numbers of ribosomes, enhanced osmiaphilia of the hyaloplasm, deep invaginations of the nuclear membranes, and, enlargement of some nucleoli. Abnormal enzyme activity was most pronounced in the lateral geniculate bodies. Manoamine oxidase, acetylcholine esterasa, and potassium and sodium adenosinetriphosphatase activities diminished in the mitochondria of the superior colliculus. The commonest change both in the cortex and in the lateral geniculate bodies was the increased quantity of ribosomes in the cytoplasm of the neuron body. 0? Awl(. $Oviet Inventions ,4 ustrated, S-ectiOn, III Mechan`icakand Derwent, JAIIA3 SHMCF& DE o.s. for high-tempo:es_ turf aiv pi~_,C%n ~ aikeraf r. -consi ta,' of ~ housing I with inlet 2 and qutlet. 3 pipts, Od. ~ shut-off valve 4 urrougded by,an-annular chaUniel 5. The valve is rt;idlY~sttacha4 by rod~6 to.tha piston 7 of servomotor S. In o0er:to provide:ad- Justment of theishut-bff operation time, the bel.1- .point* lowards:,the tn~tet dhaped top 9 of the.v#lve pipe, and its cylindrical section 10 encloses~thv body 11 of the servo-motor, which hai:chaanels 12 and 13 to let the pressure fluid in and out. The body of the servomotor and the Valveform!an Inou- lated chamber 14, which is cortne~cted by chaunil..15 to the inlet. On the free etW.o~f '-rod 6 there 1~ a regulating needle 16, with-Its ppint-in t~t aliei- ture of channel 15. To-close the valve pressure .fluid in fed along 'channel .12; 1Ithis operates the servomotor piston and, through the rod, the valve. The time of the operatio;,,is derlarmtod by the outflow speed frop chamber 14, &n$ this can be adjusted within wide limits before Anotallation., General* -At LISSR um 621.382.2:621-317-799 MASLOV, Ye. A.,-R "A Device for Measuring the Static Current Gain of a Transistor" eteniv 3re Znaki, Moscow, Otkry--tiya, Izobr a, ProWshlennnre Obraztsy, Lqvarny No 2, Mar 72,.Authorls Certificate No 331342:, Division G, filed 17 Aug 70, published 7 Feb 72, p l4o Translation: This Author's Certificate introduces a derice for measuring the static. current gain of a transistor. The de-v.~ce c(zrtains asource of setting up conditions and a display. As a distinguishing feature of the patent, the measurement procear, is automated by connecting P-n operational amplifier to the source of setting up conditions through a resistor. The feedback circuit of the amplifier io connected to the output of the circuit -ion cir- for automatic selection of the measureinent rwige.. 7he r4m6!! select- cuit in connected to the inputs of the digital display unit. TN- second inputs of this display are connecteCi through a decoder to a reversible counter. The first in-Dut of the reversible counter is conn6cted through an electronic switch and a null indicator to 'a. double integrat tion circuit. The second input of the reversible counter is connected to -the output of 1/2 MASDOV, Ye. A., PUSHKIN, E. I., USSR Author',s Certificate No 3313112 a 6ne-subtraction circuit. The first output of the reversible counter is connected through a measurement mode selection circuit, to the operational amplifier, and the second output of the reversible counter is connected to the input of the one-sifitraction circuit.' 2/2 1-26 -1/a __012 qNCLA- PROCESS ING. OATE--;;-040~1 .,T.1-T-LE-.-PNEU?iATlC HYDRAULIC CONVE'RTER~-U- -,A))THOR-102)-SHEPOVAL0Vt V*D.w PUSHKINP V.A. ..,..COUNTRY OF LNFO--USSR p SOURCE-USSR AUTHORIS CERTIFICATE NO 253735 ;-REPERENCE---OTKRYTIYAr IZOBRET,t PROMi, 06RAZTSYv TOVARNYE ZNAK! NO I JAN PUBL ISHE-D---JAN70 ,SUBJECT AREAS-HECH., IND., CIVIL.AND MARINE ENGR TAGS--PNE-UMATIC DEVICE, HYDRAULIC EQUIPMENTt AUTHOR CERTIFICATE :.CCNTROL MARKING-NO RESTRICTIONS ,~.,DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFTEO -~PROXY REEL/FRAME--3004/0342 STEP NO--UR/0482/70/4)1',I()/00~)ifOO00/0000 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AA0131037 UNCLASS 11:4ED; 0 70 2/2 UNCLASS FIEO sst PROCE NG DATE-04DEC70 GIRC ACC ESSION NO--AA0131037 .AB,STRACT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT, A PNEUMATIC HYDRAULIC CONVERIER WHICH CONSISTS OF A DISTRIBUTING AND OVERFLOW CHAMBER IS,P-RESENTED. ITS PECULIAR FEATURE IS THE FACT THAT FOR THE PURPOSE Of INCREASING RELIABILITY AND SIMPLIFYING DESIGNt A CYLINDER BARREL WITH COAXIAL INtERTHROTTLE CHAMBER IS INSERTED INTO IT WHICH IS JOINED WIT11 THE DISTRIBUTING AND OVERFLOW CHAMBERS BY THROTTLES 01: UNIFORM CRosS SFCTION OF SMALL AND LARGE DIAMETER RESPECTIVELY, WHICH ARE: i%RPANGEO COAXIALLY ALONG THE AXIS OF THE BARREL, FOR AIR FEED, THE CYLlNOER BARREL CONTAINS AN ANNULAR.SLIT W'ITH CHANNELS WHICH ARE TANGENT TO THE INTERTHROTTLE CHAMBER* UNCLASSIFIED USSR UDC 510 PUSIMIL V- fl- "The Problem of Reliability, A PhilosophicaI. Essay" Problema nadezhnosti. Filosofskiy ocherk (cf. English above), Mosco;,I, 'Nauka, "1971, 192 pp, ill., 66 k. (from RZh4,Matematika, No 2, Yeb 72, Abstract No 7-A12K) Translation: The nature of the reliability of various kinds of systems is considered on a theoretical plane, and a number of questions of philOSODhical and methodological significance are discussed.. 83 24 September 1 97.*, IDEATION AND AUTOMATA ..Q0=PIete- tran- lat loll of the Hus3ian-latlguage book bY-9,_&.:' 5 _k2uLcl= aad-y h1eniYe i Avtomaty~ 1972, Arpned - ! ~ 'T-o -press 17 1.tellstvFZO .' Vctskoyo Radio, ~ Moscow, Z24 pages. CONTENTS PAGE Annototion ...... ..................................................... Foro-ord ................................... - ......................... 2 I~trodtjction .......................................................... Chapter,l. Man --. LaMe SY~t"* -- Ideation... ........... 10 of. Lorge System!t as a Problewt-Sol;irtg Process ........... I Canirol 10 . 2: 'me Existinst Situation ......... 14 ....................... 16 Chipter 2. intuition and Cybernetic Prob1cm ............... is Ch1%pttr,3. 9xparbQrntA1 P31-6aloay of Intutt'low ...................... 29 1. C^q%ojttC DynamEcm ....................... ........................ 29 2. C~7rkelntion Between CTInstic 05mamict and Synttmat~c riginal Situatton. as ArrongmenL of Element= In the 0 PxIst.d to, the Uttingite Situation ............ .................. 32 3. "Pcrit4l. Wok"... ........... I............. I ......... 38 rhases of cnoattc D~n=Lcs ............................... 42 5. 'rhe Intestrml Proeess of Cnoatic Self-Rc&ulAtlon ................. 45 Chapter 4. Quantitative w'.&Lysl* of Intuition ........................ 50 1. Wethod of'Experimental Neasurement of latvitive Procauses ....... 50 2, (Nantitattva Relations Between Intuitive and Operationxt- Resultant Aspects .................. I ............................ 53 Chapter 5 1 tc1lect-1 self-t~arntrxg of ttan .... - ................ 63 1.,""o"4 Hethotis of Investil;3tion .......................... S 3 2, Dynamic. Or Intuitive Fcoc-'Ivls in Intell-L'I'll 5'Clt-lVar')S"& .. 6. Chapter 6. Inforelati-tal Widel of the Envlron-t w" V~~ 115ychological lla%is of the Problem-solving Process ...... ~76 i. modai or a Eituation as a specific factor ~n ACtiVILV POTtAWIng to pruhlela-..l~ing ............................................. 2. Problem solving and the PrWim of Levels of Celro~,ral 5,elf- Y~.gnlntlon ........ ...' ........................................ Chapter 7. psychology of Identicn and Aolomqta 1heary, ............... 4 1. P. kw IpArn of Auxom4t* Tne.ry .................................. 95 2. Yinnic Failures of Cybernetic Modeling of the Problem-solving Process ........................................................ 1--; cliopter 8- Made" -4 U-1-tor Rendered by finite A.rpmdt4 3 1. Formulnrlon of the Probl~A ..................................... 11.3 2. Examplen of l'urpoaeful Behavior if Automata .... ................. Ijr4 3. Famal Gr~marn and Cluacification Thereof .................. - 12q Chapter 9. Dincrete Situation Not% and Ralationabip RadeLs ......... 13.1 1. Chief D.fJnItionn .............................................. IRT 2. Semantic ................. I............ I ......... !.-"l Chapter A.. Gyromate and Cr-!tive Problew Solvin; . ............ 1. Description of a i~yromat ....................................... . ~!.Q 2. Oyrownts , Program* for Digital Computers. and Sticnilua- reactive xutama~ta ................... I .......................... 151 Chapter 11. Cyroma t- cant rolled Large Systems ....................... 15& 1. Introductory Rematka ........................................... 2. Model of Peocription of.Static Felatlana ............ a .......... I:P~ 3, Modal of VescrIption of Situative Ral4tionshAps ................ 1&3 4: Model of Generalization of Cancepto ....................... 166 3 model of tntrapolation of Oltuations ........................... 164 Concluzion .......................................................... 114 BiblioRrophy ..... I................... ........................... - 177 b FOREWM2 The distinctive feature of the present state of development of scjeT:~t and that the efforts afreanwnrattvar C!C. of scinnce are unitea to golve problem on- the borderline of scientific areas that very rectntly were consideried remote Iran* ano nnothtc. Thin first of till. to cybernetic ptcblt=, which raqullrs. thm Joint ..64 of representatives of mathematics. engineering. and psychology to be ao!~e4. The purpose of this book in to aux=rarizz same of tho ex;tritnce of the joint bark of a psychologist and tnthe=atlician on rescarlb dcallnr ~1 tb the patterns of bunan Idearion and development Of v~etheds a! =~'&UnS it. Su=6iriting the results of manT years of "Verimental and theoretic wor;C tht authora realize that* the problem at tho,corralati.n. betw***.Adratm and autonats to One of the Lost W7plrx.-pmble= of our times. az", it cartaOt 1~s dealt with,-completely within the f% .-imark of: a gingle boial;~* At thl~ stage of ravearr'st, It is more purposeful to show a wide circle *! reader3 that huzar ideaclon, with all itt; complexity. can be sicbrd.tted to precise natural scientific analysis, but. the; intellectual process marits develop- went of nev mathematIcal ce*na of adequiti,ditscription of 61bJect-ively established patt43m* of this process. Uide from formulation Of the, OVOrotical. problem. the.bock also makes an attempt. to show that cybernetiCimplamentation of the Tvaults, a., psychological research may,yield a certain practical affect. T'hft 4uthars are very grateful. ta 'in. L Klykov, uho kindly sGreed to wTitt. 4& *vhapter an the practical upe of a method, dovalop&d trith his participation. that l%tSS the patterns Of hUJM&n WftAtiOA 411000%tTAt4d WXP%T1MSnt&11)'. 2 UDC: SM951155.5 A=TAT V)~' This book analyzes the proc,?ss c! Lolvi.% pr--ble= arlain& when c=- Jerre ry~-tfj.a. 71it rqs~!JLf; of ;;"ri=nz=I-V,-search on Intuition, trolling ccz:!.v-4~ =I-ng n~.4 objective ira auh=IttqA, nzd they allow us to comr~thcad -0e nature at t1te baoic usaknessas In automata theory In model- in& hu~o Ideation. A psychological concept to famulated that persits the ptanniag ct development of new twthoda of programming to :-ybc=*tIca, and mean* of developiza -ivyitea capable of controlling largo sy"tows. One .1 heoo methods I, dearribed. ""'*I "tto d --ie aituot L*a Oysteen" Y The practical effectiveness woo Amm %-Ith respect to adoption of this cybernetic method, bao*A. ot~,"ychological investi&attoo. of Ideational activity of =n. a The back, Is inteadwt. for'specialloto .'40 all-lit Vith sy4staws analysis. ychology cybtrnstics, aa,4:appliad prdbliai of-cantral theory. w p the bibliography list* V1 Uses, There are 20 tables AM 59 figures, "Autogravitation" Moscow, Sotsialisticheskaya Industriya, 9 Sep 73, p 4 Translation: The room is almost empty: only a table in the middle, and on it a tennis ball, a box of matches, and pencils, A man enters the room and approaches the table. He stretches his hand over the objects. And stands still. But from the expression of his face'. and from the tenseuess of his re one can see that he does not simply stand -- he "is working." A pos'.U minute passes, one more. And all of a sudden the ball on the table began to move, then the matchbox and pencils moved off their places. The man had shifted them without touching them with his hand. This man is Boris Vladimirovich Yermolayev, a resident of )doscow. He demonstrates his wondrous capacities in the laboratory of Professor V. N. Pushkin, Doctor of Psychological Sciences. An outstanding specialist in the field of psychology, the Moscow scientist performs experimen-s of exceptional Interest and significance. Among tbem of special interest are tests con- nected with the phenomenon of telekinesis. What is the mechanism of this 1/9 USSR PUSHKIN, V. N., Sotsialisticheskaya Industriya, 9 Sep 73, p 4 phenomenon, and what are its mysteries? These questions asked by our Correspondent are answered by.Professor V.-N. Pushkin. "Speaking of the nature of telekinesis it is necessary to note that one of the first attempts at explaining thelcapacity of man to displace objects was static electricity..~Among other things it was suipposed that the object near which the~mazi-s hand is situated is acted upon by-electric charges which make it shtft. I myself had shared this point of view, and I had even found what seemed to be a 4uite scientific name for this phenomenon, viz,.a controlled bioelectric field in the structure of the objective action of man. Under this title the telekinesis had been discussed at the 20th International Congress of Psychologists in Tokyo In August 1972. The further observations and reflections, however, had led to not very rcmforting copciusions concerning the role cf the staric electricity in telekinesis. Those manifestations of theinteraction between man and objectswhich I could observe, cannot be explained by static charges arising at the surface of the objects4 2/9 70 USSR PUSHKIN, V. N., Sotsialisticheskaya Industriya, 9 Sep 73, p 4 In this connection I turned my attention to a hypothesis of the scientist A. P. Dubrov. It is based an the assumption that living systems are capable of generating and perceiving gravity waves. This phenomenon was given the name of a biogravitation. Hence there arose an alluring idea to consider telitkinesis as some form of gravitational interaction. Certainly, we have to face here very considerable difficulties: we have to recognize a highly unusual, situation, that man is capable of generating a gravitational field and with Its aid influencing certain surrounding objects. I happened to observe a very strong manifestation of telekinetic capacity of the Moscow resident, Boris Vladimirovich Yermolayev. The singularity of experiments makes us to examine them in some detail. The experiments with Yermolayev always began with a "warning-up," that kinetics is the height of the is, he executed thingG which for ordinary tele' intens,. ty of their psychic form: he shifted objects. Then, while holding his hapd over overturned cards, he determined their suit and nLmierical value. Whereafter there began the most important part of the experiment. Yermolayev tc-ok into his hands some object or other, squeezed it betureen his palms, and... gradually moved apart his hands, The object hung poised in mid air. And -3/9--- USSR PUSHKIN, V. IN., Sotsialisticbeskaya Industriya, 9 Sep 73, p 4 the distance between it and palms reached~up to nwenty centimeters. It is Interesting to note one more essential point. The larger was the area of the object, the longer it hung in mid air. If we try to explain these facts from the viewpoint of the classical physics, we encounter a number of difficulties. In the first place it be- comes obvious that in this case the Newton's law of universal gravitation cannot be*aDplied in its direct form. Therefore, to explain telekinesis and to analyze it physically, we have cnly one theory of modern physics, viz. the general theory of rela- tivity. But before considering the question of the possibility of applying the principles of this theory to the organism of man and to the analysis of his psychic activity it is necessary to demonstrate that dynamics of elementary particles entering into the organism is actually involved. An.experimental investAgation was carried out with the aid of a photograp"hic method using high-frequency currents, developed by Soviet inventors V.,and 8. Kirlian. The experiment consisted in placing a finger of the, person being tested in a high-frequency electric field for a period of 0,0001 second, 4/9 USSR PUSHKIN, V. N., Sotsialisticheskaya Industriya, 9 Sep 73, p 4 Aftei~ that the surface of the skin began to shine and the luminescence could .be fixed on a photographic film. As a rule, it had the form of a crown, com- posed of a certain number of coranal rays. The photography was performed before and during a pronounced mental activity: the examiaees had to execute mental multiplication. As a result, it was found that duning increased men- tal activity the luminescence of the corona discharge is less intensive. This change in the quantity of discharge rays arising on the surface of the skin means that at the moment of the transition from a quiet state to :that of an elevated mental activitv there arise in the human organism forces which act on the surface of the skin, bind particles located on its surface, .and fix their position. 'The role of elementary particles and their dynamics in the information processes cdE the brain could be already assuraed before. But the juxtaposition ~of the facts of the interaction of man with objects - telekinesis -- permits us to apply the relativity theory to analysis of. the information work of the human brain, and to hypothesize that in the experiments with Yermolayev the gravitational field was acting on the objectsi which being dielectric the effect of their hanging in mid-air did not depend on their mass. -5/9 PUSHKIN, V. N., Sotsialisticheskaya Industriya, 9 Sep 73, p 4 Of course, the gravitation that could be observed in the experiments with Yermolayev differs from the gravitation in the universe, with which we ~usually deal. There are several such distinctions, and the principal among them.. is that. the ~ gravit ation generated - by, man has no permAnent exis tence b ut arises,in a definite situation. Having arisen, it fluctuates, alternately increasing and decr,-.asing., As regards its precise scientific definition, the most approprir-ce one would be that of autogravitation. In this case, autogravitation, being a result of the integral system structure of the organism, is a variety of a wider notion -- biogravitation, What then is the function that gravitation may fulfill in the organisms of man, if we were to consider it not as a property of a eertain piece of matter interacting with its other pieces, but from a biological and psycholog- ical.viewpoint? The analysis permits us to distingu.-Lsh at least two such functions. The first one is connected with the necessity of preserving the physical integrity of the organism. The second permits us to hypothesize that gravitation materially ensures the mental activity of man. 6/9 USSR PUSHKIN, V. N., Sotsialisticheskaya Industriya, 9 Sep 73, p 4 'As a matter of fact man lives among objects with various degrees of organization. And in order to perceive these objects and to build in his head their models he has to distort the spade in accordance with the curvature of the objects being perceived. Thus the autogravitation of man comes into being. Such a connection between psychology and physics is apprently con- firmed by these experiments. According to general relativity theory, gravi- tation arises in systems whose space-is being curved. The traditions of science place under certain taboo those fields which are connected with the disturbance of the fundamental laws of nature. No self-respecting scientists will engage in problems of the copstruction of a perpetual-motion machine or in developing atheory presupposing noncorl- pliance with the law of conservation of matter. The capacity of man to exert influence upon nearby objects (capacity for telekinesis) is still being considered by some researchers as-sonething within the domair of disturbing the funJamental laws of nature. One of the results of the analysis carried out is precisely the conclusion that the facts of telekinesis, although so unusual and amazing, are not at variance with the existing physical picture of the world. 7/9 USSR PUSHKIN, V. N., Sotsialisticheskaya Industriya, 9 Sep 73, p 4 As regards the scientific prospects,of further work on the study of telekinesis we must in.the first place emphasize difficulties that confront us because of the unusualness of thi's phenomenon. ..The principal complication consists,in the fact that a person who is in possession of such capacities is not almays capabie of controlling then. Take for example the case involving so-called skin v4sion. At one time there was much talk about Roza Kuleshova, who was able to distinguish with her skin colors and even objects. Several convaissions, on the basis of experiments carried out with the aid of a high-accuracy spectral apparatus, had acknowledged that the fact of a peculiar "skin vision" actually exists. Later on, it was found that this property had weakened in Kuleshava. And when the next commission began to verify the phenomenon the examinee was unable to demonstrate what she knew. But this effect really exists, and is attested by five volumes of investigations carried out by Ural psycholo- gUts, on a great number of examinees. There are also known works of the outstanding Sovlur~. psychologist, Active Member of the Academy of Pedagogical Sciences USSR, A. N. Leont'yev, who succeeded in developing a conditioned re flex to light effect on the 8/9, 73 USSR PUSHKIN, V. N., Sotsialisticheskaya Industriya, 9 Sep 73, p 4 skin of a man's finger. The examinee did not kna,? at vhat moment his finger would be illuminated by a flash of light and then would be shocked with current. The experiments showed that the Tersons participating in them had learned to jerk bark their hands following a flash of light. Therefore telekinesis, as one of the facts of t-h is type, at the given stage of its study requires serious theoretical &ad experimental elaboration. We should not be afraid of new facts and complicated problems. In our age of high-speed aircraft and atomic ruactors there are still many unknown things. And science must unveil the mysteries of the world. .9/9 USSR IJDC 6221. 396.67:62~!; .074 LAPTEEV, Yu. P. , PUSHKIN V. N. TIMOMLIOV, B. V., SPENDEPOV, A. B. A Device for Orienting an Antenna With Respect to Azizmtu-th and Polarization" Moscow, Otk-ytiy~~, lzobretcniya, Prowshlennnre Obraz-~~sy,__TE~c ~rir~yLe Z -j No 5, Feb 72, Author's Certifier-te No 327545, Divisicii H, 'iled 11 Ser- 70, published 26 Jan. 72, P 156 Translation: This Author's Certificate introduces a d-evice for orienting an antenna ,.,ith respect to azimuth and polarization. The device ccrtaips a-mechanism for azimuthal rotation fastened on a fixi~d base, a mechanism, for rotation of polarization, and a high-frequency rotating coupler se- curely fastened to the frw.-e vzhich carries thie antenna. As a distinguish- ing feat-are of the patent, the overall- dimensions are reduced and remote control of antenna orientation is simplified by coupling the output sh-aft of the polarization rotating mech-anism through a diffie-i-ential to the -,peed reducer of the azinuthal rotation -mcr:hanisr. and throu--I, a clutch to the tilting sector regulator. The output shaft. of the pol!irizaticzi rotator is cr%axlal with the movable part c-f the rotating couple-r. The tilting sector regulator is made in the for-r- of a lever-and-lir-kage nechanism 'f`Lne- matically connected to the azinuthal Totator. 1/1 USSR UDG 621-~14-57(088-8) PU~~HKIN, V.YA. [Vass. n--i- in-t tokov vysokoy chastoty im. 7.P. Vologdina-- All- nitff-Svientific-ReBearch Institute Of High-Frequenoy Currents imeni V.P. Vologdinj 4Device For Control Of Autonomous Invertaill USSR Authorlo Certificate No 259254, filed 16 Sept 66, published 24 Apr 70 (from 54 M-Elektronike i yeye primeneniyp, No 1, January 1971,.Abotract No IB4, P) Translationi A device is proposed ror control of an autonomoun inverter, which contains a otorter unit, a source of negative bias, a fat~dback unit, provided with an "oril element, and a master oscillator, one end of the secondary winding of the output transformer of which is connected to the control electrode of one of the rectifiers (DeHTHJ1hj of the inverter. With tbe object of oimplification and an increase of roliability, the other and of the vocondary winding of the output transformer of the master oacillstor is shunted across an additional source of bias to a quick-brtak switch connected to the control electrode of the other rectifier of the inverter. The midpoint cf the winding, shunted across the main source of bias by the startar unit, is connected to the cathodes of tas rectifier, while the input of the flora element is includibd in the control circuit of the quiek-break switch. 2.ill.I Su=ery. 41. 1/2 014 UNC L A S S I F I E.O. ilROCESSY.NG DATE--13NOV70 TITLE--ELECT,-3CHEAICAL FLUGAINATEON OF DIMETHYLANILINEr ~ DIMETHYLCYCLOHEXYLAMINC, ANG MINT .OIMETH,YLPENTAFLUO~IGANI(Li~'4~-: -U- AUTH0R-(.05),-PLASMKU,l, V.S., PUSUlKJx%A_tl.L.N., JtcR^rSAL0V, S.L., KGLLEGOVi ,.V.F.9 SOKOLOV, S.V. OF INF0--USSR SOUR(-.E--ZH. ORG. KHIli. 1970, 6(5), 1006-11 ~DATE PUUL ISHEED ------- 70 ~WUECT AkEA.S--Cl14E,'A IS TRY TOPIC TAGS-- FLUG,~ I NAT ION, ANILINEP AROAATIC A M I Nt- NUt-,LEAR MAGNE r I C RESONANCE ~-ULNTROL 14ARKING--fiD PFSNICTIONS 'POCUMENT CLASS--(JNCLASSIFiED .'PROXY REEUFRAME-3006/13~-5 STEP iNU-'-(JR/0366/70/01)C)/~)05/1006/1011 CIRC ACCESSION N0--AP01350L9 UNIUASSIFfED 212 _kSc- --13NUV70 014 UNCLASSIFIED, PRO' DATE .CIRC ACCESSION "10--AP0135019 GP-0- ABSTRACT. THE ELECTROCHEM. FLUORINATION OF ABSTRACT/L THE TITLE COMPDS. AT IMINUS 20DEGREES GAVE liN AU U-SES CF SULJ3 (CF SUB2) SUB5 N-fCF SIM) SUB2 AND f,!,~\1,01~%IETHYLPERFLUOR(ICYCLJlfL-XYLft~,;Ii'qE. THE YIELOS ANIO RELATIVE A.-ITS. UF THESE CWIP05. VARY wur:-f TiiE STARr[NG 14ATER-IAL AND THE REACTION T IME . N.-IR SPEMA OF T H E- PROGUCTS ARE DISCUSSED. FACILITY. URAL. POLITEKH. INST. IM. KIROVA, SVERDLCVSK, USSR. USSR UDC: 534.22.0942 PTTf4W=&.0A6..j', and Corresponding Member USSIR Academy of Sciences KHOXHLOV, R. V. "Forced Combination of Sonic DisPersion in Piezoelectrics" Moscow, Doklady Akademii SSSR, vol 203, No 2, 1972, pp )18- Nauk 319 Abstract: The possibility of experimentally investigating the forced dispersion of sound in electric field oscill.'ations in piezoelectrics is theoretically investigated. This type of dis- persion is of the class of SOL_called acoustic combined phenomena, nonlinear interactions of acoustical and other t-ypes of wave. Examples of such interactions are gound dispersion in tempera- ture waves, in ferromagnetics, and in eddy waves. The type of dispersion considered in this paper is connected riith the term fijk1d'i3jkS1m in the f ollowing expansion of free, piezoelectric energy: i F = C S S + 0 3 3 + t B E + S E E B + ijkl ij ki ijklmn ii ki mn ijli jL ijk i j k eij B S + d.L F, B Ij ~'k~ + :'ijk.ImP'j.3-Jj;'Lrn + 1/2 k i jk Jkl i j I USSR UDC: 534.22-0942 PUSHKINA, N. I. et al, Doklady Akademii rauk SSSR, vol 203, 1072, PP 318-319 Here, Sij are deformation tensors, the Ej are electric field com- ponents, the fijklm are material donstanTs corinected wi th the electroacoust ical effect -- the changeAx the speed of sound as a function of the applied electric field. .2/2 -44 I MM I utm UDC 534-23:538-113 Q%MT)JA 9 and KHOYMZV, R. V., Physics FacultY, 140--cow State Univer- fsivf *Scattering of HypersoUnd bY Spin Waves in Ferromagnets" Yo 5, MaY Moscowt Jzve,-tjya Akademii, Natik SSM, Seriya Fiziebeakaya, Vol 35, h 71. pp M-981 Abstractz The article deals with a theoretical consideration of sound scat- tering by coherent spin waves in forromagnets. The scattering is mainly due to the phenomenon of mgmtotriction and the so-called intemial effect. The case of a cubic ferromagnet (which is of practical interest) is considered. An expression is obtained for a scattered sound field in a wave 7one in the form of the vector sum of longitudinal and transverse waves. 65 - 024 UNC L1-4 S S I F F 60 -TITLE--DISPERSION OF SOUND 0:4 SPIN WAVES -(I-- N.1-v KHOKHLOV, R.V. ~..-COUNTRY Or INFO--USSR r PROCE~-SING DAIE--23OCT70 AKAD, NAUK SSSR 1970, 190(5), 1078-9 ,DATE PUBL ISHED ------- 70 -,...SUBJECT AREAS--PHYSICS OPIC TAGS -T --SOUNDr SPIN WAVEi MAGNETOSTRICTIONY GARNF' NT~.OL MARKlN--NO kESTRICTIONS ~~',WJCV'fE,NTI CLASS--UNICLASSIFIED ;.iPR0XY REEL/FRA4f-1996/0713 STEP -CIRC ACCESSION NO--ArOlll'312 ON" -ASS IF [ED 2 / 2 024 UNCLASSIFIE'D PIRIOCESSIN5 DATE-210C.T70 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AT0121372 ABSTRACTIEXT~IIACT--(U? GP--0- ABSTRACJ. A A T H,, TtiF Co%nuor;) or- SnUND ON SPIN 1,1AVES 'WAS STUDIED, THE MAGtNETGSTRIC'~10',N A'~-2 EFFECTS 6-1%;G~ TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT F~A THE CASE 'Di" A'Clit3lf, FEKi~(Y-Mi-,N.Pj AN;) AN EXPRESS-D~l NAS GIVEN FOR THE RATIO, GAI~MAI OF IHE sl)Ui~!D Curpi.l, T 01 SPERSED % THE: SOL 10 A.%rvL E D THETA F-J? Tq-E FREQUENCY a T3 THE P-41TENSITY OF THE INCIDEiNT SOU"JI). THE Cil'lTt~ OF THE f.NTE~NAL EFFECT TO GAAMA 4AS EVALUAreD FOR A Y FERRITE GAR~i~-T. TH~: TNTE.',,SITY OF 1. THE DISPERSED SOUNID IS UETO. BY THE INTERNAL EFFEG'T CU,'VSTS FAC I L I TY: MOSK. GOS. UNIV. TM* LOMIOP1050VAI ~.!,GSCGWY USSR. UNCLASSIFIED 112 027 UN'CL ASS II ED ~PROCESSING DATE--23OCT70 TITLE--ON STIMULATED RAMAN' SCATTERING OF SOUND IN FERROMAGNETIC SUBSTANCES _U_ KHOKHLOVt R*V- AUTHOR-(02)-PUSHKINA, N.L.j -,;COUNTRY OF INFO--USSR SO(JRCE--ZHURNAL FKSPERI.4ENTALINOY I TEORETICHESKOY FILIKI, L970, VOL 53t NR 41 PP 1475-1477 :DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 -:-SUBJECT AREAS--PHYSICS ,~JOPIC TAGS--ACOUSTIC SrATTERING, FERROMAGNETIC MATERIALt RAMAN SCATTERING CONTROIL 3AIRKING--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED 'li'c'PROXY REEL/ FW4E--l 98 8115 00 STEP .14U--UR/0056/70/05,3/004/1475/141'1 Z I R CACCESSILIN' NO--AP0106256 UNCLASSIFIED 212 027 UNCLASSIHED PROCESSING DATE-23OCT70 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0I06Z56 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT-W) GP-0- ABSTRACT. STIMOLATED CO Ma I ~l A T 10 JmA L SCATTERING OF SOUND IN FERROMAGNETIC S Uil S T A -NC, E SIS C LIN S I DE R E 0A N EXPRESS ION 15 OBTAINED FOR THE STIMULATED SCATTF1, IN~l THRESHOLD Asjo THE P9SSIBILITY OF OBSERVING THE SCATTERING IS DISCUSSED. FACILITY: MOSKOVSKIY GQSUDARSTVENNYY UNIVERSITEf IM- M. V. LO,'40140SOVA. uDc 68i 325. 65 ALEKHIN, V. N., PUSHKINA, N. M. '~Digital Computer Measurement of the Parameters of Volta6e-to-Code Converters" Taganrog, Region. nauch.-tekhn. seminar po stat. analizu, modelir. i avto- matiz. kontrolya ob"yektov s konstrul~t. slozhn. strukturoy--sbornik (Regi- onal Scientific and Technical Seminar on Statistical Analysis, Modeling and Automated Monitoring of Objects with a Structurally Complex Design--collec- tion of works), vyp. 6, 1972, pp 72-8.1 (from RZh-Avtomatilta, Telemekhanika i Vychislitel'naya Tekhnika, No 11, Nov 72, abstract No M309) Translation: Me paper deals with questions of automatic measurement of systematic and random errors in voltage-to-code converters in the static mode when the conversion time is negligibly small in comp,,nxison. with the intervals of input signal variation. It is assumed that the sources of cystematic error are impairments of functional units, regular deviations or the struc- tural elements from rated values, or the effect of reFular interference, while the regular instrumnent noises of the units in the calverters usually act as the source of rando= inteffference. T he control DarAmeters are the average value and mean square deviation of the' output code. In case of neces- 112 USSR ALEKM, V. N., PUSHKINA, N. M., Region. naueb.-tekhn. seminex po stat. analizu, modelir. i avtomatiz. kontrolya obl'yektov s konstrukt. slozlln. -strukturoy~sbornik, vyp. 6, 1972, PP 72-81 sity the monitoring procedure gives histograms of the output code distribu- tion. Four illustrations, bibliography oftwo titles. L. P. 55 -- ------ -- - 7ZI SMEY OF CUMMM,MKODOLOGICAL APPROACULq IN HYGIMIC RESMLM jArticle by A. -Itrlyev: Mooc 1. Do ..,EAN PorhkIns Intoey M.T. Di, kW. Russian, No 1, 19721,.Vp 01 In, Accordance wL th the main direction of our institute. investigation -the effect on tbe~bun&n body and an public health of diverse actors, the chief, direeliosi Of research. in specialized labor%tarioa is to the patterns of Inttraction between the organism and imvircam-mt. using physiological, hiachcmiceL. morphatogical. radiological. and physics- Cal investigatlim methods, 'in. the l.'; few, years, in connection with expanded studies of, the of diverse environmental factors on the fune"onal st;.te of 01* organism an public hinich, apecial attenticn, hag been given to development azd Option of'vLw~zethodalagical approaches in conducting ft"s examinations. to respect. a' 'Special place is occupied by methods of functional diagnos-Is 'Oflearly functional changes in dLffetLnt systema and in the body as 4 whole. ~ The main objective.of mass examinations is not so much to detect Overtly patho- ~.Iogfcal ConseqUenced,as to duterMine the degree of Lension or regulatury i4cizutisms that prevent impaircant of the normal state of che internall ~=641um of the organism. 7hus, for clinical and physiological surveys. of the urine load population 6~zh functional tents are used as the adrenal test, p test diagnostic AVid test, Volhard's,and KcClure-Aldricts tents, caLd cast. and.a nambur of others. Particularly fruitful are atudies at interaction of different systeze 'in the integral organism, permitting reliahle substantiation of environmental canditiuas Mo,~L compatible with a physiological state of the body. Thus, in a mass study of the population for the purpose of Investigating the affect of desalinated drinking water an tba,functional stare of the organism. Uataboltsm, cardiovascular condition, renal activity, gistrointes;tInsl -Aradt function.. Gad "complex reflex driakiag reactions were exeisined.. Only One indi:c4s! that h Ieve actual significance. for the' organism can, be t ited as Wriin' citation of, harmful affect. For example. decreased c r S~a 99 UDC 620.197.8 BELYAKOV, V. YT, PTISIMIN S, V.t -A, and Q,(NANOV, %'. V., Institute : " M;7' of metallurgy imen 'T Mv, Academy oE Sciv-aces '.ISS7Z, Moscow "EfIE'ect of the pH of the Madium on the Lastirc-, Oarability of the NA2-1 Mlloyll Yiev, 7iziko-Khimicheskaya Tlekhanika 'Materialxiv, VoL 6, \-o 5, 1970, pp 7-10 Abstract: A study was made to determine Soecif ic: weioht o;! the factot-s destructiw! of atil to shorren the lasting durability of the Mk2-1 There are two such factors: eorrosic)n si-illittin,7~ wric" po.-ely Cli"r,03,01fe destruction. These factots are actlive v,,4(,n I'A'ip iiiX:unI is iti electrolyte thpir activity is a function Of t11C PH Of .-the ilje)lutionz~;. Tl%c- alloy has the following chemical c0t,,~position: 4.45"") i'd.; 1.1.21~1 7n; 0.56'0 Mn; 0.006% Fe; 0.07~70 Si; 0.0011'% !1i; 0.00Z"') St7e; ,Mdl tihe COS'T standard It wa-a prepared for the 4ixperi-.,en,ts fr)'.7" Of par- shi"ets 1.5 111111 t1hicki, t""10 ark., ,.,,_,vwi Lhe form of cui-.,on shovU;16 'L-hC1 USSR BFLYAKOVI V. Yr'.' Ct al., !-~iziko -himc-ezikalm Melcliallika lov, Vol 6, No 5. 1970, pp 7-10 Materia ant parameters of the alloy -as funct-ions of than- nH. it is -ou.-Id that solutions 0.1 normal for chlor-fde ion cau~~,e a inarked Ir-):5s in lasting durability olf the a.I-Ioy; this wa"~, determined to be hou--s. The pH -for sucil sojuI,'jj-o:as hao, L a strong-effect on th mechamism, and extent of the loss, chiefly through tlie,- mechanism of purely corrosive destrici-Lon. Liz 022 UNCLAsSlrzi'Eb~ PROCESSING OATE--04DEC70 -TITLe--EFFECT OF PH ON THE CORROSION FATIGUE OF THE MAGNESIUM ALLOY MAr2ll _U_ ,~AUTHOR-(04)-BELYAKOV, V.E., PUSHKINAt SiV-s PROKINP AsK.r ROAANOVt V.V* OF INFO--USSR 'S0URClc-FIl.-KHIMe MEKHANo MATot 1970t &i. (1)p 38-41 PUBLISHED - ----- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--MATERIALS ~~JOPIC_-TAGS-CORROSION FATTGUEt SOLUTION 4C101 TYP METAL REMOVALi MWIESIUM ALLOY/(U),4A2[ MAGNESIUM ALLOY "C ONTROL MARKING-NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CL A S S- UN C L A S S I F f E D 'j>RCXY REEL/FRAME--3002/1799 STEP N'0 - - UR 0 3 69 7 00 0 6f) 0 10 8 3 50 0 4 1 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0129167 UNCLASSIFIE0 zff ef! i3?2 uNCL A Ssl k8o DATE--()etOEC70 CIRC ACCESSIOtil NO-AP0129167 ABSTRACT/EXTRA(,T--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT# THE EFFECT OF THE. PH OF T.AE CORROSIVE MEDIUM ',N 11 *4 THE CORROSION FATIGUE Of- 14G- ALLOY MA-2-t I' SOLUTIONS HAVING A STRENGTH OF SIMILAR To 0.1 N wl f H A ~ SRF T To rpr~E NEGATIVE IONS WAS STUD[E-D. THE OVER ALL LOSS Or- FAFIGUE 5TkEjlCF(-l il'i THESE MEDIA WAS DIVIDED INTO TWO COMPOtiERTS: LDS.", OF s,rRFPfGTH W~ TO CORROSION FATIGUE PROPERt AND LOSS OFiSTRENGTH ARrSING FROM TPE: REDUCTION IN THE CROSS SECTIONOF THE 'CORRODED SAIIPLE. FOR PH VALUES BETWEEN 1.3 AND 4.0 THE LOSSES AROSE MAJNLY FAOM THE SKONND FACTOR; FOR PH VALUES BETWEEN 4 AND 14 THEY AROSE MAINLY FROM !rHE riRST FACTOR. UNCLASSIFIE0 Yagne a USSR uDc: 62o.197.8 ZELYAKOV, V. YE., Ws~=a.* S. V., PROKIN, A. K., and M21164-MVj, V. V., Institute Of Metallurgy imni A. A. Baykov, Academy of Sciences USSR pH Effect on the Corrosion Fatigue of MA-2-1 t1agnesium AUoy" Kiev., Fiziko -Khimicheskaya IMekhanika Materialov, Vol 6, No 1, Jan-Feb 70, pp 38-4L. Abstract: A determination was rAde of the effect of pli ort -the loco of cyclic strength in the MA-2-1 alloy in working media containin,-~, c'.111orline ions (0.1 N1 The composition of the ailoy is; 4.45% Al; 1.12% Zn; 0-56%- Mn;0,006% Fe; 0.07% Si; 0.0011% Ni; 0.002% Be; the balance Mg. For the study, the al-lo,,.r was in the foxir of 1-5--= sheet. In 0.1 N chloride solutions, the MA-2-1 isilloy appears to have low corrosion fatigue strength. In solutions with pii-4 to 14 the alloy's failure is attributed to corrosion fatigue; within thiw range pH dces,not control the extent of loos in cyclic strength. At pff=4 to 1-3,,the loss in cyclic otrength occurs basically due to the reduction in the cross section of the spec:Uren. N OM I= N UDC: 1UNALYSIS OF eVFICUNCY Of FIRST-lCmAX STUDEhTS IN DIFEERIEZ'T PLRIODS 0- SMOOL YFAR [Article b -4 A-F Candidatq of S41en"a. Research LY%Xbiorntor~ast~`bg rhmr Hcdlc~l (hodod bX A.T. o,r,. Ca"fidate of B='-;i4kcz5), Second Eaactw Medical Institkitt; ,khri;n~njyj, Russiam, No 9, 1972, aubmitted 23 Fclcr~jaty- lc,,=!,~t~oye 1d,,,voq 19 a ~V 57_6 Percoption And Marimilation of v,1ucatLoa41 materiel derj!ud Cn student's mixtal activity in the learnirg procage. No =~ttur bo~ good the metbod of offer1n; educational =Xerizl. the student 'who I" not prk-,xr~j to perroLve the "tJcct will assimilate it poorly. "Re4dincg-)" for perception oi material consists of them level of pri6r, knowlol , ail T, for t1he chcuenspecizItyi physical and, ;,eetal condition of cha at-u-stat, mental activity is usuaLly aas"iated Urith nervous stress I-A purposeful in the learning procs~t.,t, a;livcz it mobilited the !Orcvr of ~L~ organism, elevating genaral biological tonuA;, sharpenta; ~-ctcry, .Zteotian. ,, the five principal prerequirites ~or =--ntal And perception. By follwwinr work of N.Ye. Vvod~nskiy. I.e.gradual ini=lar,ion of any work, pra-,erva,,t~-. of measura and rhythm, continuity and syzz~-taaztc activity. a1ttrmitin,% 1C with -rcaz, and axperio5dir%2 a good attitudda an the psrt ot te-ior-, ft-r t~,! work bait%$ dor%sp great prodt&ctivity can b~e achieved, J*owever. the student's desire to obtain 4e much infor~atlon a., poosibld or tht tose4er's desire to pffer as much material as poaslbl~ ean, load to ovuvUtigue whith has an adv*r%* olfitct on rental fllt%,~ba. A,; a result of excessive stress merital fatigue =Ay% occur whlcl% is by decrcotse in work, dt=Ants~,ed attenrloa. difNlculty ot concentrating. And slower thinking. Coas~tart rAntal fatillu, with a stuA,- ovLrload ha!j an adverb& effect on tho studeotn' health. 104,11r; to Cation of the organism and lowering Its resistance. Overf4tigua is associated with such symtoma an hendAchos, episodc2 of palpitations. peor .1ttention, loss of memory, impaired aleap. and cou*-d ultimately lead to clizzgea 4~n , cerebral circulation and neuropsychic disorders (C. TIsso; N. Se,~enov 'ut al.v Yu. M, Pratusevich; OviAliag Schneider, Svehlik at 61.). 1.400& -4-7 * 4-1 - 69 -17.14OV7 0 1/12 020 UNCL ASS I r-180 i mMSINIG OATF--, TITLE--EXCRETION OF L7 KEYOSTEROVOS ANDil7 OXICORTMOSTEROWS IN PATIENTS WITH FOOD-TOXINFECTIONS, SALMONELLOSIS -U- ::,,AUTHOR_-PUSHKlMA, V.M. COU111TRY OF li"IFO--USSR -,,SOURCE--TEPAPEVTICHESKIY ARKH IV, L970i VOL 421 UR 69 PP L04-106 0- AT EPUBLISHED -------- ?0 SUBJECT AREAS--BIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES TOPIC TAGS--SALMONP-LLA INFECTIONt FOOD CONTAMI NATION CORTICOSTEROMp EXCRETIONt URINE, ADRENAL GLAND CONTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS 000JIMENTC A S S - - UN C L A S S I F I F 01 PROXY REEL/FRAME-3002/1598 STEP ND--Llr(/05CJ4/7(1/0/flj'O(J6/0104/010~) IRi: ACUSSION NO--AP0128988 -ASSIFIf 2/2 020 UNC L AS S I F I E D PROCE-SSING DATIE-27NOV7C IRC, ACC ES S ION ;N0--AP0 128938 ABSTRACTIEXTRACT-W) GP-0- IBSTRACT.~ THE AUTHOR EXA~WIIIED 55 PATIF11TS WITH A NO'NCOMPLICATED Cn.'JASE OF F090~TOXINFECTIO~iS Wirl,K)UT MAI'KED CONCDAITANr DISE-ASES (31 WOMEN A~,-40 24 MIEN). Itl THE MAJORITY OF PATIENTS DISEASE THE LATTER CHARACT~-RIZED BY DURING THE FIRST TWO DAYS OF THF "d A S c A DROP IN THE EXCRETION OF 17-KETI)STEROIDS IN ALL FGI't*l,'S 01F THE GISEEASE. THE GREATEST DROP WAS DETECTED IN SEVE-RE FORMS GF THE DISEASE, H01WEVER IN SOMIE OFF THE PATIENTS lt.i THE MENTIONf--Q FORM OF fH- DISEASE EXCRETION OF 17-KETOSTEROIDS APPEARF-D TO BE INCREASED. REGULARITY OF CHA,'lGES IN THE INOICES OF TOTAL 17-0XICORTICOSTEROfOS WAS SIMILAP IN THE URfNE. THEIR ~IOST EXPRESSED DEC.-~EASE WAS FOUND IN THE SEVERE FORM. 0 T H E BASIS OF THE DATA OBTAINED ONE MAY ASSUME THAT IPJ moST PATIENTS WITH FOOD TOXICOINFECTION OF SAL40tJELLASE ETJOLOGY THE FUNCTION OF THE COqTICAL LAYER OF THE AORENALS WAS DECREASED. FACILITY: KAFEDRA INFEKTSIONPIYKH BOLEZNEY I MOSKOVSKOGO MEDII'SINSKOGO INSTITUTA 114 1. M. SECHENOVA. UNCLASSIFIED Acc. Nr 0423787 Ref. Code: -j-PrzS a, z d 11Z Work Aboar Lh onmagnetic Schoonet (Abstract: "Some Results of Work with the Electromagnetic Current Meter on ~he Nonmagnetic Schooner 'Zaryal in the Indian Ocean,11 by A N. Pushkov. and-G. A. Ponarev. Institute of Terrestrial H onos "here aniffz,afo Wave ProRALation, Moscow, Geomagnetizm J. Aeronomiya, Vol X, No 1. 1970, pp 177-180) A study was made of the effect of diurnal variations of telluric currents on the operation of the electromagnetic current meter in the Indian Ocean during the voyage of the schooner "Zarya" during 1966-1967. The article is accompanied by a map of the-stations occupied. '11,7.he schooaer averaged 6 knots. The vessel carried a GM-15 electromignetic currPnt meter. The measurement base was 50 Lt. The recording potentiometer had i responqa of 0.1 m7i/graduation. The graduation of the,curreat meteT varied in a vide range from co at the mgnetic, equator to 4 Calsea with Z 0.5 Or-... Elemenrs of the geomagnetic field were registered continuously. Tine fl-c*mponent wa~-~ registered. with a sensitivity of 10'y , D -- 0. Z* and Z -,-- 10'y ~ The diurnal variation of D has the form off a 51mple wave vith a maKil"lum I:, the .-morning hours ant a -tinimum in the evening hours in the noxthero hemisohere. In the southern hemisphere the diurnal variation of D has a min:UwLm In the Reel ratne' :7 -T'*L'---5-111-- A20042378.- morning.,hours and a maximum in the evening hours. The di~irnal variation of the H component is a simple wave with a maxiaram in the raidday hours in the. zone IV 30ON-30*S.. To the- south and north there is a -mininium in the diurnal variation-,,of H during the midday hours. The diurnal variation of the -north- erly component H. is close to the diurnal variation of H whereas the diurnal variation.of the easte rly component Fly is similar to the Variat4Cn of'" mag- netic declination D. Quiet solar-diurnal variations attain nia%imum values in the H component (and also in Hx) in the low latitudes -- several hundred gammas, an order of magnitude greater than the amplitudes of these variations in the middle latitudes. There is a good correlation lyetwee~n electric and magFietic variations in the ocean. The results indicated that the electro- run~ napetic current meter is subject to theAnfluence of r. il variations of electric currents ia the ocean. Due to diurnal varlaclons the errors in current velocities can attain tens to hundreds of cm/sec, It is desirable that-the EMIT be used in measuring electric fields. In this way the elec- tromagnatic cu -rrent meter cars be useful in mapetotelluric reconnaissance in the It can evidently also be used in a marine magnetic survey separating spatial and.temporal.variations. 19'760338" WAtet Trp_~Lrment USSR 1JDC 551.463:352.13/.14:537.311 MASHOVETS, V. P., PUSHKOV. L. V., SHAYEV, V. N., FEDOk'OV, IM. K., and FEDOTOV, N. V. "Density, viscosity and Electraconductivity of Sea Water at Temperatures Up to 300-350" Leningrad, Zhurnal Prikoladnoy Khimii, Vol 46, No 8, Aug 73, pp 1865-1868 Abstract: Investigation of density, viscosity and electroconductivity of sea 1/2 water at various temperatures d,=;do + 0.0105 C where do = density of pure water at a given temperature~and c = salinity of sea water (weight-%). The logarithm of the viscosity of sea water (Ig nsw) is,related to the logarithm of the viscosity of pure water (1g nH20) by l& nsw = 0.913 lg nH20 - 0.00597. The electronegativity.increases with temperature reaching a maximum at 250'. The curve in the temperaturo range 10-160' can be described by the equation x' 1- 0.027,+ 10-3 t, wiiere xconductivity, t temperature. USSR UDC 621.371:551.510.535 US N alEMOVA, V. A. ZEVAKINA R. A., KISELEVA, H. V. ZE IlEffect of Ionospheric and Magnetic Distiirbances on Shortwave Radio Communica-- E tions," t3. V sb. Ionosfer. vozmushcheniya i ik-h vliyaniye na radicsvyaz' (Ionospheric Disturbances and Their Ef feet an Radio %Communications collection of works), Moscow. Nauka Press, 1971, pp 162-192 (from RZh-R No 1 1972, adioteklinika, Abstract No IA3351 Translation: A study was made of the variation of the signal intensity as a runction of disturbances of the F2 region and magnetic activity according to the- data from recording the I'loscow transmitter in Hurmansk, Rallandan and Irkutsk. The transmitter operated round the clock on directionaLantennas on 1.0 fixed frequencies from 1.5 to 24 negahertL. It was demonstrated that under quiet and 7' disturbed conditions, the highest signal intensities are observed on frequencies 10-30 percent below the maximun usable frequency. During the disturbances, tile signal intennity at all stations drops most. significantiy when the ionospheric and magnetic disturbances are observed simultaneously. In the case of a sig- nificant drop of f F2 high~magnetic activity, comwnicaticns 0 are interrupted. There are 4 illustrations and 1 table. 60 -a-Room L e- 013 UINCLASSI FIEO P,ROCE~SING DAfE--0,40EC70 TITLE--INCRLASE IN T~E ADHESIVE PROPERTlES OF DRAND V BLACK POROUS SOLE RUBBERS -U- AUTHOR-(05)-GU0lMENKC,j V.I., PUSHKOVA, V.V..j SANDLER, G.A., KUZINETSOVAq V*A*t MARKICHEVA, VoV* ~'~CCUNTRY OF INFO--USSR PROM. 1970v 12(5)t 4.7-51 AT EPUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS--MATERIALSt MILITARY SCIENC.ES TOPIC TAGS--RUBBER, VULCANIZATION, AOHESIPNt FOOTGEARY(U)I.OIK RESIN 'CONTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY FICHE NO ---- F070/605012/DO6 STEP NO--UR/0498/701012/0,05/0047/0051 ACCESSION NO--AP0140292 UN C L.A S &.1 F I E 11). 2/2 013 UNCLASSIFIE0 PROCESSING DATE--040EC70 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0140292 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACf. AT CONST. R~MER COMPN. THE -REASED WITH ITS D. THE D. ADHESION OF POROUS SOLE RUBBER TO CLOTH [NC WAS VARIED BY CHANGING THE RELATIVE VULCANIZAuoN TIMES AT LOW AND HIGH PRESSURES WHILE MAINTAIINING THE TOTAL MULCANI?ATIGN TIME CONST. ALTERNATIVCLY, THE D. WAS VARIED BY CHANGING THE AMT. ---IF THE BLO'dlN(; AGENT (DINITROSOPENTAMETHYLEiNEYETRAMINE). THE ADDNS. OF RESIN 10irf RESOTROPIN,. OR RESORCINOL TO THE STD. RUBBER NIXE& INCREASED THEIR )YHER PR ERTIES. ADHESION TO CLOTH 20-60PERCENT WILTHOUT~ lMPAiRIfJ(; L OP UNCLASSIFIEO 1 Z USSR UDC 541.13 SHPUhTj L. B.j KOMAROY, YE. V., and "Thermodynamic Equilibrium Constants and Heat Effects of the Extractions of Uranyl, Nitrate with TrialkyXphosphates In Inert Solvents. V11. Tri-n- Oetylphosphate (TOP)" Leningradp Radiokhimiya, Vol 13, No 5# 1971, pp 766-768 Abstracti The structure of the extracted complex of tri-n-octylphosphate (TOP) with uranyl nitrate was determinedt it Is the same for U02(1;0 ) .2TG-, 3 2 as it is for U0,(NO )2.2T-FP; the 110- groups are In trans-position with 3 3 coordination capacity of 2. Thermodynamic equilibrium consta-its for the extraction of uranyl nitrate with TOP solutions in carl= tetrachloride and In n-decane were determined for the temperature range 10-500C, as well as other thermodynamic functionst AHO Gv and 4 S for t - 25'C. USSR TJDC 576,851.45.095 GURLEVA, G. G., DOMARADSKIY, 1. V., KHALYAPINA, Ye. Ye., ALUT1114, J. 11. , TARANOVA- V. N., FUSHNITSA, N. P., KOL'.TSOVA Ye. G., MICIIEKKOV, V. I., OVA, - IN -YAN, iostov-ca-Don Scientif-ic Research SHCHEGLAF E. G., Antiplague Institute ~"Biological Properties of Pasteurellae Isolated From Various Species of Animals" Moscow, Zhurnal Ifikrobiologii, Epidemiologii i Immunobiologii, No 11, 1971, pp 54-58 Abstract: A comparative study was performed on P. avicida, P. cunicul.icida, B. avisepticus, B. suisepticus, B. bovisepticus, and B. ovisepticus (a total of 27 strains) isolated from chickens, pigs, suckling pigs, calves, steers, sheep, house mice, and rabbits in various'geograDhic areas in,1936-1967. The tinctorial, cultural, morphological, and biochemical properties of these strains as well as their sensitivity to antibiotics, nualeotide DINA compo- sition, and virulence to albino mice, albino rats, and pigeons revealed that they constitute a hornogeneous group and belong to a sia;1 e species -- P. multocida. Significantly, a)l the strains investi-ated are sensitive to colicines Ei-J, F, G, J+G, and S5. If the findings are confirmed by suprjlr-,- mentary invest',ations, the colicin test-=y well be used for a differential dia-nosis of F. multocida. USSR UDC 542.61~546,791 MUMMER M. F RM-71NETISOV, G. I., SHCHEPETILINIKOV., N. N. , POPKOV, G. P. , "Study of the Extraction Rates in Systems Containitig Tributyl Phosphate. IV. 0 Extraction of UOZ(HO3)2 Wh1le M~Jxing it in a Centrifugal Field" Leningrad, Radiokhimi3-a. Vol 14, No 2, 1972, pp 235-241 Abstract: A stud3l was carriod out on the extraction rate of uraniur,-., in the systela U02(-"103)2-E,103-,IL20--tribLtyI phozphate-solvent in a centrifugal field. It has been shown that 6der these conditions the kinatics, of mass transfer depends to a great extent on the rotation rate, 1-,Tith a 4C00 rpm rate the ex- traction process is practically completed in 0.6 sec. The effectivene55 of the extraction is about 1.3 tines greater when carbon tetrachloride is used' as ydrocarbons boilins, in a solvent instead of the u5u-,l mixture ~ of saturated h the range 110-270%. Hydrodynamic properr.ios of the centrifug--l extracticil apparatus h-ave beer, studiod; formulas werc developed for the calcLLations in layer separation chamber. It hari been, ostablisheJ that tho co~jpietonass of phas-e saparation i_- dotermined by the velocity of pkLaoo iflew:;, rotation rate of the apparatus, and the differionw-e JA pha,,,-, dansities. USSH TJDC 541-13 SHPIMT, L. B. , KOMROV, YE. V. and F. 'Thermodynamic Equilibrium Constants and Reaction Heat Effects of the Extraction of Uranyl NItrate with Trialkylphosphates in Inert- Solvents. IX. Tri-n- Decylphosphate (TDP)" Zaningrad, R?Mokhimiya, Vol 13g No 69 19719 pp 893-897 Abstracti The structure of UO (NO )z~2MP has been establishod froz infrared 2 X spectroscopical data, and found to be Identical with thq triethylphosphate complext the molei,.ules of TD? are in tran -position coordination capacity of BO-_ groups being 2. Thormodynamic equilibriuro aonataAts of' the extraction 3 of uranyl nitrate Ath TDP in CC14 and n-ddcane were detormined from the tem- perature range of 10-5000, The values of4fis .4 G, and. A S were obtained fiva equilibrium o)nstant of the extraction expressed as a function of temperature. W.- W-1 USSR UDC 541.121-536.7:542.61 KOMAROV, Ye. V., SHPUNIT, L. B. and EN F. "Thermodynamic Equilibrium Constants and Thermal Effects of the Extraction Reactions of Uranyl Nitrite with Use of Trialkylphosphates in Inert -Solutions: I. Tri-N-Butylphosphate (TBPh)" Leningrad, Radiokhimiya, Vol XIII, No 3, 1971, pp 380 385 Abstract: Various parameters In addition to bond energy exert a substantial effect on the equilibrium of chemical reactions; these include mass, size, symmetry, and others. Owing to the complexity of this problem, a simplified approach was applied here in the study of such -parameters. The structure of the solvate U07(N03)2*2TBPh was determined, along wit]i the thermodynamic equilibrium constants of the extraction reactions for tri-ii-butylphosphate in carbon tetrachloride and in n-dekane, at temperatures of 10-15%. The thermodynamic extraction functions AH,;AG and AS, at t 25*C were also determined. rg ophosbh6rousi. 0 oi1nds 0 an MP USSR UDC 541-123-012-5:536-753+542.61:661.726.661.63 kORMV, Ye. V., KOMAPOV, V. N., anct kUSBIENKOV, M. F. uNew Method of Describin- the Distribution of Metal Ions in Extracting Systems Containing Xonoaryl- and Monoalkylphosphoric Acids" Leningrad, Radiokhimiya 12, No 3, 1970, PP 455-46o Abstract: The quantitative aspects of the extraction of metals oy dibaoic aryl- and alkylphosphozic acids were studied and theoretically interpreted. It was found that the conventional treatment of experimental data does not suffice to elucidate the extraction mechanism for tretals which form a stron- association with the extractlants. The equations derived were experimentally confirms-d. with the example of the extraction of -europium by solutions of mono- n-oatylphosphozie acid in various solvents. 112 01-4 U,,.'CL A S S I F I E 111r, DATL-131JOV70 -')F EXT-ACTI-"~i i~~ sysrEms CG,,,,,TAfP'l!.G rRlbUTYLllHU`:-l'riAT~-. If. T I TL E--,-~ A T E EXTPACTIS'l CIF Ufl-'INYL iN 1 T R, A r E - U - AUTHQP-(02)-PUSHL-ENKGV, i--F.i SliCHEflETILN[K0Vt hl P-11. COU*4TRY OF INFO-USSR -:S0URrlE--~(ADIGKHII 23 33P MIYA 14976, IZMl :.;:)ATE PU,3LISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AR-EAS-CHEM IS TRY .:.TOPIC TAGS-URANYL UITRATE, SOLVEN~T EXTERACTION, ORGANIC PHOSPHATE, Tk[GUTYLPHOSPHAT~, ACTIVATION ENERGY C 0 N T K 0 L 'A A K 1 5 - - S T. 1 C T II ill S C 11 C J'4 E, q T C, L A S S - --1 1A S I F I E 0 P P 00 X Y - AL E L / P P. A '1,: 0 2 6 STHI /01')/001/00~, 51/00:~ R C A s- lu"N 7110- Ap I WON PMNGM ~Wmmmmm WIRRIMM M IIsm 212 li 19 Ll N C L S I F I E Pi(.UCESSIr4G DATC-iiNG`170 -CIRC ACCESSION 1'40--APOL?~-,626 ABSTR.ACT/f-:XTRACT--(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. 'T 1-1 E: EXTN. OF UO SU1,32 (NO SU33) SUB2 F:~OM AJ. HNO SWi3 SOL.-%4S, 3Y USING BL) SU83 Po SUdlt SOL,15. IN CCL SU84 IS A REACTION OF THE LST 0-DER. , THE R4TE F: EXrl\Ji. K ('v;HC'-:Iq u-SING A 1*1 -MOLAR ',A'j SU33 P6 SU64 SOLN. !6 EXTRACTANT IS PRACTICALLY It"DEPENDErir t2-F THE UJITIAL HNO 1.4 - r- - SUB3 ClIt-lCi%. IN TIHE "Q. PHASE (BET,~EEN 0 A.'40 4N) A.-,JD DECA-EASES 0,,024-0.026 TO 0.010-0.014 Ct-l-MI-N WHEN THE INITIAL U` SU-12 0-40 SUI-M SU62 CONCN. IN AQ, PHASE Is INCREASED FR6-4 0.1 TO 0.5 MOLE-L.. THE IM SW33 PC SUIVI CUINCN. IN THE ORG. PH-:',Sz (3 -E TAIE EEN 1 . I A.ND 3. 4 "ICEL C--L i :1 HA S A S L I GHT ~ A,14D I tii-. EGUL A R C T lj',"v K THE V.ALiJ-- -'-- F K I I-,' ITH 1;4~-L,.EASING !~~A`Tg OF EFFE' 4CREASFS SLIGHTLY Y- AGPIT4TIL)~'4 OF THE SYSTF-it At'll) DZECREASES, SHAAPLY eil'fli DECREASINS TEMP.r SM32 SOLNS. 1,1\1 IM KNO E.G.t IN THE E X I N' RU ~'-' 0,4ZM LlCi SU63: (NO SU63) SUB3 M 1.1.l BtJ SIJ33 PJ SUB4), K UECREASES FROM 0.02'e, TID 0.011 CM-MIIN I I S K E: L);:Gl c D'UCED FRt's'll Z1.2 TU 9 . 5 1 EES, K IS Pi TI(-t LLY WHEEN THE T~~::-!P. I INDEEPENDENT OF THE H SUBZ 0 CQNCN. 1W THE URG. PHASE tUP TO -'2.5 Mu"'LE-L.). THE ACTIVATION ENC-f~GY OF THE EXTN, REACTION IS 9.5-11 KCAL THE RATE OF EXT'4. DECREASES.-WHEN CHLOROFORM OR DICHLOR-JETHAINE I ARE USE--) A'S THE: i,,[L.U!--,qTS INSTEAD OF CCL SU34. THE EXPTI-4 DATA I%DICATE THAT THE HNO SUb3 IS EXTD. 114V0 THE GRG. PHASE BE1:0kc" THE UO SUB2 1;1-110 SUB3) SUB2v 13UT SUBSEQUENTLY THE UO SU82 (NO SUB3) SUB2 UISPLACES THE- HNQ SU83 FRGMTHE ORG. PHASE. I -qa ---wpm USSR uDc 615-313.576-851-315.098.311.,)15.4:6ip.lli f S -RUSHKO" V. S., SOLOV'U_Vj V. D., KODRUTSM.) G. D., DX4~.D3XIYJ, 1. V., 'us. LOBANOV, V. V., BICHUL', K. G., G.4L'=.L--- TA, G. V., RASSiJDOII, -and IIuS;_'I"'iT-8~A.? P..) Institute of EpidevIlolo&y and Ricrobiology imeni Garaleya, Acad6r.,V&'M~df~a' Sciences USSR., and Rostov-on-Don Antiplague Institute Effect on Er-jthrocytes of the Receptor-Destroying Enzyme from Filtrates of Cholera Vibrio Cultures" Moscow$ Zhtumaal IUKrobiologii, Epiderrdolog-ii, iimmundbiclo.ii, NO 10, 1972, pp 42-46 Abstract; _Er~tthrocytcs truated with filtratcs of cholera -,,ibrio ciilt-ures lose their capacity for u,~,,Clutinat ion 1).y cortain viruses. Yhe authors studied this pi'ienoir on of the "rcceptar-dastrovknr~ criz"', (neurami-nidr-se) to en the possibility of.using it as an aid in diagnosing cholura. In in vitro ythrocytes, filt ates of classic NAG, aria El. Tor inents with. Cidnca pir- er, in, a vibrio cultures 'Drevented the celir, from bL ; -glutinated by swine influvnna --Iv3reas fil-trat-'s of t' e contr 1 cultures (Comamoras, P8cudo:i-u)n.,?s and virus, E.; Coli did not do so . 'Me mm e c ,Aect vas obse-n-ld in the case of from the inte~7.tinal cont_,nts of stxcklin~; rabbits with var-_'.o-.s chole-ra vibrio strains. An invecUir:ation of tile ill"-LOtinal contents of' 279 ----------- USSR SOLOVIYEVJ, V. D., Zhurnal Milrobiologii, Epidemiologii iIm=ob ologii, No 10, 1972, pp h2-46 suffering from gastritis, dysentery, and other gastraintesbinal disorders Vith symptoms resembling those produced by El Tor cholera showei that the hezagglutination reaction was negetive in qk% of those over 1 year of age and in 46% of the infants. 2/2 23 USSR UDC 53.083:519.24 P1 I CREYDO# Go P. "Hethod of Using Structural Redundancy of a Mleasuring System when Processin~, Experimental Data with Systematic Errors." Tr. IV Vses. soveshch. po Tekhn. si,erlstva a-vtomatiki. (Worlks of the 4th All Un4on Conference on Automatic Contr,11, 1966. Technical Autolna- tion Media), 'Moscow, Nauka Press, 1971, pp 369-377 (frc-ri RZI-L--111--trolopiya i Izmeritel'nav_a__Tekhni1-a, No, 3, 11'ar 72, -I-bstract No 3.32.36) Translation: If iii accordance vith the niathematical expectation of the investi- gated process ic is defined by a minimum nmraber of b,---ic paraneters, it is usually possible to Indicate a number of additional (redundarit) parameters whicil are functionally related to ti 1 1) as J_ cones. The possibilitv: of using this re- dundancy for lowering the systematic measurement errors fs demonstrated. It wawproposed that- the results of vicasuring, each parameter cort,-,11_nf; inde,)encietiL additive ftOrrlal random, errors with knotm correlation futictions a-ad also slovily varying systematic errors which are represented by finiCe series. The problem of estivatin. .7, t~e coefflicienu! of these series stau-,,A, The prcsence of re- dunancy was iin.-posed oa I-lie results of viieasmrin,-, th-a ;-..nd coinrol Conditions the nu:-Ijer of Which is equal 0 the nuvabar ot piramr-.t(_~YF,. Violation 1/2 USSR PUSHNOY, V. 11. , et al., Tr. IV Vses. sovesn6i. no avtowat. ypr, 1968. Tekhn. sredstva avteimatiki, Moscow, Nmullka. Press, 19?1, pp 369-377 of the control conditions in the presence of errors hali led to the oczurrence of discrepancies. If the control conditions are nonlivear, by Tie-ans of sta. tistical processing of the discrepancies astitiates wem- found for the coeffi- cients of the series describing the systematic errors, and corrections ~,-,ere made to the measurement results, For small relative errors in the measurement results, linearization of the discrepancies is pG:~sibLi? and it is possible to use linear nethods of mathematical statistics. The vetbod i.- e~o----:ly iviplemc-nted when processing experizental data on digital computers. The. bibliography has 2 entries. 91 USSR UDC: 621.317-08+510.281 7-ind ICII'-'.YDO, G. P., Novogibirsk Pua=. B "Nothod 01, Usir":- ~;I' --ructunal Redundance in a 'Eeasuring System in Processine -_:,-xperimt:nta1 Data with Systematic E`rrorsl' Novosibirsk, Aytometriyj",, No. 5, 1970, pp 20-28 xibstract: -3~ecause of the conditions unde.-I which systemas usually i-xrk, when an analytic exprQssion for the meti-sul-C-d pro- cess cannot bc 5-,ecificl or when a checkin- signal sj;ecii'i~,d with a-- accuracy e;~ceedinC., V~at o,-f' Wit., systum canno-~' be introduced into it., the usLml rr.~:'Uhods of analyzing system errors 3re ineffective. The authors therefore suggest an entirely different a,i-roach in ,;hie U - V I h struc'ura-1 redundance o' the measurement system J~i used. An Q.,~Pression is found for measur; discrepancies ,Nhich is used -Pntio, to solvc the basic problem, t1rit of obtaining ? inform, q concern ing the system errrjr for eacht,,,easuned ICUnction. The problem, is solved first for the case of minimum: redundance, in which the num- ber of con trolline., -equations is unity, and then for the jene.ralized case when there are more than one such equation, Thze authors as- sert that this method is designed for-use in prooe8.91rif, the re.,jultB o -0 a sing e ex-Perimant, when there i 14 "1 s no a priori informnation con erning the nature o.-F' the signal and;the system error. c ............. USSR UDC 621.3161361.621.317.69 PUSHNYAK, V. A. "A Digital-Counting tfethod of Frequency Measurement" Moscow, Otkrytiya, izobreteniya, promyshlennyye obraztsy, tovarnyye znaki, 1970, No 35, Soviet Patent No 287192, class 21, filed 12 Apr 69,-published 19 Nov 70, p 82 Translation: This Author's Certificate introduces: 1. A digital-counting method of measuring frequency and periodic time intervals. The procedure is based on comparing the period of the frequency to beimeasured with reference periods, and counting the number of oscillations of the frequency to be measured with an optimally selected reference time interval. As a distinguishing feature of the patent, the precision of the measurement process is improved and speed is increased by triggering one of a discrete series of reference measurement intervals uniquely assot:iated with a dis- crete series of reference periods, using a signal formed when the period of the frequency to be measured is compared with the reference period, the duration of this signal being of one order of magnitude witIft that of the period of the frequency to be measured. 2. A modification of this -1/2- USSR PUSIINYAK, V. A., Otkrytiya, izobreteniya, promyshlennyy-2 obraztsy, tovarnyve znaki, 1970, No 35, Soviet Patent No 28719.2, class 21, filed 12 Apr 69, published 19 Nov 70, p 82 method is distinguished by the fact that the precision of the measurement process is improved and speed is increased by trigget-ing one of a discrete series of reference filling frequencies uniquely associated with a discrete series of reference time intervals, using a signal formed when the duration of the time interval to be measured is compared with the reference interval, the duration of this signal being of one:o.rder of magnitude with that of the interval to be measured. 2/2 low, IMMIF USSR uDc: 624.131.43+539.21.084-492-3 "On the Formation of Freeze Buckling Forces in the '?I,-uie or the Footing of Foundations and a Procedure for Calculating Thed' V sb. VI.Soveshchaniye-seminar*~a objre=7~opytom,str"vii v surovykh klimat, loviy&,h. 1971). T. 5, vy_ (Sixth S,erdnar E-id Coriference on Exchang o- p. 1 e Experience in Construction Under Severe.Climatic Conditions, 1970--col- lection of works, '101. 5, No 1), Krasnoyarsk, 1970, pp 82-93 (from RZh- -Mekhanika, No 4, Apr 71, Abstract No 4V505) Translation: Me paper deals with the problem. of' forwqtion of forces of freeze buckling normal to the surface of a foundation footing. Formulas are presented which permit- determination of the following qva~ntities --for strip foundations and for those which are circular in the plan view: the magnitudc of the external premsure on the foundation which inliibits freeze buck-l-ing at any deptb within Vie limits of th-.1 freezing layer under a free standing foiridpt4on which is capable of iLnlimLted din-placem-ent along the vertical (loading of the foundation takes place 'nefore the base begins to freeze); b) the force of freeze buckling which develops under a founda- 'bliography of tion whose freedom of -vertical displacement is limited. BJ. 11 titles. V. M. Pavilonskiy. USSR UDC 519,2 ~BODNAROMX, F. J., PUSTOMEL1NIKOV J. P.8 SLOWOVS'KIY, R. V. YAROVIY, S. S. "Some Applications of Branch Continued Fractions when Studying Markov Processes" Dopovidi A14 URSR (Reports of the Ukrainian SSR Acadenri of Sciences) , 1972, A, No 5,.pp 391-394, 475 (from RZh-Kibernetika, No 9, Sep 72, Abstract No 9V37) Translation: The distribution components At the time n for the Markov chain with a finite number of states are represented in the forra of branched continued fractions. This representation is convenient for calculating such probabilities by computer. USSR UDC 621.793.72.016-982:[(if.)9.58+669.738 ROYKH, I. L., Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor, RikFALOVIGI, D. M., 'Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Reader,, 11YBIN, B. S. , Engineer, WISIQ Candidate of Technical Sciences, and BELORITSKAYA, Ye. L. "Increasing the Adhesion Strength of Zinc and Cadmium Coatings Applied to Vacuum Evaporation" lo 1, Jan 71, pages 62-64 Moscow, Vestnik Nlashinostroyeniya, 1% Abstract; It is demonstrated that good adhesion between coating and steel be roduced after heating of steel in a vacuum. Iii (order to produce zinc and cadmium coatings~ on chemically pure steel (when good adhesion of . strong heating is undesireable), thin subliyers of lead' can be used. Three condensation modc5 are presented, all providing satisfacrory adhesion of zinc and cadmium to steel. The miodes consist of chemical or electrochemical (10-4 surface preparation, heating in a high vacuum _10-5 p.1m jig) to 450% and higher and at 10-3 Mrf, I.Ig to 620*C and highcr, then cooling of the steel to 50-200%, followed by application of the coating; heating of the steel in a vacuum chamber to 270-:rOO*C, then application of a lead layel. 2-4 microns -112 USSR UDC 621.793.72.016-982:[669.58+669.7~)8 ROYKH, I. L., Doctor of Chemical Sciences, Professor, RAFALOVICH, D. M., Candiate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Reader, RMN,B. S., Engineer, PUST6TINA, S. R., Candidate of rechnical Sciences, and BELORITSKAYA, Ye. L., Moscow, K2stnj.h.MashinojjroYcnjZR~ No 1, Jail 71, pages 62-64 thick under a vacuum of 10-3-10-5 mill 1-1g, after which the cooled to 50-200*C and the zinc or cadmium is applied;.chemical or electrochemical preparation of the surfpce, heating to 250-300% under a vacuum of 10-3_10-5 mm, Hg, followed by application of the zinc to the heated surface of the steel. The last mode can be used when the parts will not be strongly deformed. 2/2 USSR UDC 546.834'185-386 SUEHAREV, Yu. I., YEGOROV, Yu. V., and PUSTOVALOV, N. ~i "Synthesis and Composition of Niobium Phosphate Ion Exchange 'Resins" Nescow, Zhurnal Neorganicheskoy Khimii, Vol 16. No 4, Apr 71, pp 1026-1030 Abstract: The material was synthesized by a rapid mixing of an acid solu- tion of sodium pho9phate and basic solution of potassium niobate. The amount of concentrated HU added to the solution of disubstituted sodium phosphate was governed by the optimal pH required at the equilibrium point. In the applicational synthesis. the applicator was addeel in the amount nee-led t.creach equilibrium in respect to the agent being applied. To prevent prrecipitation of Ce' Fe and Cr... phosphates, the coprecipitation was carried out in a medium in which these phosphates could not precipi- tate. To prevent coprecipitation of the applicator phosphate with niobium phosphate, the third component was added after precipitation of niobiun phosphate. The gel obtained was left overnight for completion of the process. Then the material was decanted, filtered, dried and milled, the 0.1-0.2 mm. fraction being collected. The applicator was then washed out with 0.5 N 11C1 until a negative test was obtained for Oic applicator ions. 1 /2 .......... USSR SUKHAREV, Yu. I., et al., Zhurnal Neorganicheskoy Khitnii, Vol 16, No 4, Apr 71, pp 1026-1030 Finally the exchange resin was washed with acid for a period of 6-8 weeks. The applicational synthesis gave material with considerably higher phos- phorus; content in the solid phase of hydrated.niobium. phosphate. Structures for the material obtained by the two methods have been proposed. 2/2 IN HOWW- "'W FMI III I T 90-1 ffHl WMIM, 14M 11-4 4- - ON. A TECHNICAL TRANSLATION' FSTc-ia-23-735-72 EUGLISH, TITLEI Petermining Mesn Rest Trarssfmr Coefficients with Built in 'If Vatroyannymi Al f4t;sl4aezctr=i AUTHOR: V. H. rapition"V. Puataralo-;, and A. P. Ruatko Ittzhaserna-rinichtskly Zliz-xvial, Viult=* 19, No. 2, 1970, PP Translated for FSTC by Eric Petbcdy, Leo Ko,=er Associates NOTICE The contents of this publication have been trar4lAtcd as presented in the original text. No attempt has been maac to verify tire accuracy of any statement contained herein. This translation is published with a ininimum of copy editing anJ graphics preparation in order to expedite the diss~minatiorr of information. Rttiacs-s. for additional copies of 61s document should be addressed to Department A, National Technical Information Service, Springfield, Virginia 22151. Approved for public relcasci distribution unlimited. USSR UDC: 621,378.9:533.9.02 VINOGRADOV, A. V., PUSTOVALOV, V. V. "Plasma Heating by Stimulated Laser Emission (Survey)" -itov -iik Statey, N 2(0), 1972, Moscour, Kvai aya Elektronika, Sbori pp 3-22 Abstract: Fornulas are derived and analyzed fo-r the coeffici- ents of diffusion of light-scattering e2ectrons at aji~ veloci- ties (in -a nonrelativistic plasma); the rate-s of h-cating of the electrons and ions of the plasma art, doternired and Jiscus-sed in detail. Some of the results are compared -,.-ith data pub-lished previously. III the authors, opinion, the pro-posea theory is of interest from the viewpoint of the problem of lasel- heati.11.5, of a dense plasma to thermanuclear temperati-ii*cs. ~.hors ill Zej1doV4Cjj B. Ya. 11. S. -111-1yov, 0. N. Krokbill, 1". B. llozallov, V. P. silin, an,-l 1. 1. 30bellman for reading_,~ the imariuscript al-id lor constructive Criticism. Seven illustrations, biblioEraphy of sixty-one titles, YSSR UDC 539.4 T 0 V. V. "Methods of Studying the Plasticity and Strength of Solid Stares at Low Tempera- Metody izuJieniya plastichnosti i prochnosti. tverdykh tol pri nizkikh tempera- turrkh (cf. English Above), Kiev, Naukova Dumka Press, 1971, 95 pp, ill., 61 k. (from RZIi-Mekhanika, No 11, 1141ov 71, Abstract No 11V1077K) Translation: A study was made of the structural elements of low-temperature devices used for low-temperature studies of the mechanical properties of solid states and also the procedural problems connected with low-temperature measure- ments on these devices. Nirnerous schematics are preseitted for cryostats, ex- perimental devices, attachments for them, low-temperature extensometers and other measuring devices and attachments Imown from literature. Classification of the existing data permits definite conclusions to be draiy-n regarding the principles of designing experimental machines and attachments for them and also determination of the modern requirements on low-temperature test units which is especially important inasmuch as the success of studying the physical, elastic and strength charac teris ties of the materials, Lhe pitriameters of work- hardening, plasticity and creep, and fatigue and other c1haracteristics depends to a great extent on the capabilities and quality of th!tu low-temperature 1/3 USSR PUSTOI,"ALOV, V. V., Metody izucheniya plastichnosti i prochnosti.tverdykh tel pri nizkik-h temperaturakii, Kiev, 'NaLikova Dumilca Press, 1971, 95 pp, ill., 61 k. equipment. Specific problems for low temperature measurements such as obtaining stable intermediate temperatures under conditions of Im, heat capacity of the test piece, the study of several test nieces in the presence of single cooling and also problems connected with studying the mechanical properties of solidi- fied gases play a definite role in the book. The book comprises an introduc- tioa, five chapters and a bibliography. The first chapter is devoted to studying the mechanical properties of solid states at low temperatures by static methods. Cryogenic attachments to standard test machines, low temperature de- formation units, devices for studying creep and also measurements of hardness and microhardness at low temperatures are 'described in it. The second chapter is devoted to studying the mechanical properties of solid states at low tem- peratures and under dynamic loads. A study is made of devica~3 for determining the-impact toughness of test pieces at low temperatures In it. In the third chapter some of the characteristic features of studying the plasticity and strength at low temperatures are discussed, including problems of measuring the strain of the test piece during low temperature deformat'on, studying the plas- ticity and strength at temperatures differing from the boiling points of the cooling liquids and also devices for studying several, toot pieces during single 2/3 102 USSR PUSTOVALOV, V. V., Hetody izuchcniya plastichnostij prochnosti tverdykh tel Pri nizkilth temperaturakh, Kiev, Naukova Dumka Press, 1971, 95 pp, ill., 61 k. cooling and for changing test pieces during low temperature tests. Data con- nected with studying the plasticity and strength of solidified gases lire generalized in the fourth chapter, and instrunents for measuring friction and elastic constants and studying the tension of solid gases are described. The fifth chapter contains a discussion of some other methcds of.studying plasticity and strength at low temperatures. The structures of cryostats for electrono- graphic studies, studies at helium temperatures and pressures to 100 kilobars, and for tension of whiskers and foil at temperatures to-1.3* K are investigated. An instruaent for determining the ultimate strength in the tamperature range up to 0.05* K is described. The bibliography has 88 entries. :1 USSR UDC S39.S DOTSENKO, V. I., PUSTOVALOV, V. STATINOVA, V. r., Kar'kov, "Deformation Hardening of Copper at Low Temperatures" Kiev, Problemy Prochnosti, No. 4., Apr 71., p. 41-46, Abstract: The temperature dependenc~s of the parameters of the hardening curves of copper monocrystals of varioui; orientation and coppor polycrystalS of variouS purity are studied. It is demon:;trated that as the temperature drops from 4.2 to 1.4*K, the critical shear stress of copper monocrystals of all three main orien- tations decreases. Two types of,uneveness of the hardening curve of monocrystals are studied, observed at low temperatures. The stress relaxation method is used to producevalues of the activation energy and activation volume of the process controlling plastic deformation., Single Crystals USSR UDO 669-7,91 :539-382 PUISTOVALOV. V 9, hMjLNA, V. V., TS1. JZ.~Jy, S. V and AL7Z-SANDRO-V, B. N., VMS VI -ITY-Sics e of Law Temperatures, Acaderwr of Scier2.-.;es UkrSSR chnical Institut "Plastic Deformation of Mercux-y Single Crystals" Moscow, Fizika Metallov i Metal-lovedeniye, Vol 30, No 5;, 1970, pp 991-998 Abstract: Plastic deformation. of nercury single crys~ als -,tas studied by re- cording the extension ciu-ve at 77.3, 4.2, and 1.4-1.6 K. It T,,-as demonstrabed that -ry8tals of mercury havg high plas-ticity doini t-o vi-11-y low temperatures 0 .5-4.2 K). At 4.2 and 1 .5 K, a raulti.Btage hardordng ivarve was obser-7ed, which does not differ in principle from cryatals with a diff dreat crystalline structure. 1/2 04T UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING 0ATE--30JCT70 TITLE--PLASTIC DEFORMATION OF LEAD IN TH,E,NORMAL ANQ SUPERCONDUCTING STATES :-U- t'AUTHOR-(03)-PUSTOVALOV, V.V.9 STARTIEVP V I., FOMENKO, Vl~s. ..COUNTRY OF INFO--USSR r-5-OURCE-PHYSICA STATUS SOLIDIt 19709 VOL 37t NR lo PP 413-423 -.'DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 _~S,UBJECT AREAS--PHYSICSo MATERIALS .'J,0PIC TAGS-LEAD, PLASTIC DEFORMATION, SUPERCONDUCTIVITY, CRYSTAL DISLOCATION, CONUUCTION ELECTRON, STRESS ANALYSISr DUCTILITY, SINGLE CRYSTAL.PROPERTY ~-CONTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS ~-DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED .PROXY REEL/FRAME--1989/1077 STEP NO--GE/0030/70/037/001/041310423 _C_IRC ACCESSION NO--AP0107586 212 047 'UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--30OCT70 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP010758ib -ABSTRACTIEXTRACT-W) G?-0- ABSTRACT. THE RESULTS ARE GIVEN OF A SYSTEMATIC INVESTIGATION OF THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE MACROSCOPIC CHARACTERISTICS OF PLASTICITY OF LEAD:SINGLE AND POLYCRYSTALS OF 99.9992 AND 99.99q5PERCENT PURITY IN THE SUPERCONDUCTING $TATE ANO IN THE NORMAL STATE AT THE SAME TEMPERATURE, IN THE SUP ERCON OUGI ING STATE THE CRITICAL kESOLVED SHEAR STRESS OF SINGLE CRYSTALS1. THE VIELO POINT OF POLYCRYSTALS# AND THE FLOW STRESS FOR DIFFERENT STAGES OF DEFORMATJON .ARE LOWER THAN IN THE NORMAL STATE. NEAR THE FRACTURE AND AT THE TENSILE STkENGTH NO DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE FLOW STAESS IN THE NORMAL AND SUPERCONDUCTING STATE wAS OBSERVED. A' TEMPERATUkE DEPENDENCE OF MACROSCOPIC PROPERTY CHANGES WAS NOT FOUND IN THE TEMPERATURE RANGE OF 1.8 TO 4.20EGREESK. THE AESULTS OBTAINED t~EVEAL AN ESSENTIAL CONTR13UTION FROM THE DRAG DUE TO CONDUCTION ELECTRONS TO THE RESISTANCE TO DISLOCATION MOTIONs THE ESSENTIAL'INTER~CTIOIIJ WITH CONDUCTION ELECTRONS IMPLIES THAT IN PURE METALS THE DISLOCATIONS MIOVE WITH RATHER LARGE -VELOCITIES (10 PKIME2 TO 10 PRIME5 CM-S) AT LUW TEMPERATURES. FACILITY: PHYSICO-TECHNICAL INSTITUTE OF LOW,TEMPERATURES. FACILITY: ACAVEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UKRAINIAN SSR* KHARKOV* UNCLASSIFIE0 ........ . . . A. 115111--, USSR UDC 595.42:598.2:576.851.13,) Tadzhik Scientific Research Institute of Vete i a (XY r n ry Science "Role of the Argas persicus Mites in Transmitting Listeriosis to Birds" Dushanbe, Doklady Akademii Nauk Tadzhikskoy SSR, No 5, 1971, pp 72-73 Abstract: Cockerels, mynas, and turtledoves were infected with .-ultures of a standard Listeria strain. Argas persicus iihagoes allowed to feed on these birds transmitted the disease to healthy birds through bites. Mcroscapic examination of Listeria isolated.from infected mites showed them to be smaller than the standard strains and different from them in virulence and in a number of morphological, blochemical, and biological properties (they fermented lactose and sucrose more slowlD. However, Hiese altered cultures regained their original properties after being passaged in the birds. 35 777-777777=777-7-T 3T7 Wctot StudLes* USSR UDC 576.851.136;576.895.42 PlqTOLAYA L. "Transphase Transmission of Listeriosis by Argas persicus Ticks" -iya Alc auk Tadzhikskoy SSR, No 2 (43), 1971, pp 78-81 'Dushanbe, Izvest ademii N. Abstract: It is known that Argas ticks transmit listeriosis