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-.II AINB I .*q-mj I Lab 11 ML I a- 1. r\luv, i 6 40 %, )r. I L '~OROC~ESSING DATE-04DEC70 2/2 035 UNC ASSI OIED 'CIRC ACCESSION NO--AT0130428 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT--tU) GP-0- ABSTRACT. THE RECRYStAL1,1ZATION OF NI-CR ALLOYS CONTG. VARIOUS PROPORTIONS OF HIGHLY 0LSl>ERSF9 OXIDES (ZRO SU32 :AND AL SUB2 0 W~3) WAS STUDIED BY X RAY DIFFRACTION AND HA.R0AIESS AND MICROHARDNESS MEASUREMENTS AFTER HOT EXTRUSIONt AND AGAIN AFTER ORDINARY -:COLD WORKING. HOT EXTRUSION OF THE~ OXIDE CONTG* MAI'ERIAL 13ROMOTED THE CREATION OF A STABLE STRUCTURE NOT SOFTENING AT HIGH TEMP. _~~-(7000EGREESC) .COLD WORKINGi HOWEVERY OISRUPTEO THE STA131LITY OF THE ---HOT EXTRUDED MATERIAL, U11,1C LA S S I F I E 0 A/Z 025 U-14CLASSI-FIED PROCESSING OATE--30OCT70 AND STUDY OF AROMATIC OILS VRU68ER, SOFTENERS FROM :VOLGOGRAD PETROLEUMS -U- P.K,t SALNIKU T S KN.SH., FRENKEL, v R-.SH.t KURYANGVA, I.S. ..tOUNTRY OF INFO--USSR --SOURCE-NEFTEPERERAB. NEFTEKHIM. (MOSCOW) 1970*,IZ)t 9-10 PUBLISHED ------- 70 ~_SUBJECT AREAS--CHEMISTRY, MATERIALS. ACCESSION NO-A~ 1111851Z~ UK 2/2 025 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE--30OCT70 IR CACCESSION NO--APOII8512 -4B'TRACT/EXTRACT--(U) G?-0- ABSTRACT. A PHENOLIC EXT. FROM ZHIRNOVSK AND KOROBKOVSK PETROLEUM DEASPHALTATE,WAS AGAIN EXTD. WITH 2.5 PARTS BY VOL. P140K AND 10PERCENT H SU52 0, GIVING 4, HIG14LY At~eMAIIC EXT. ANO A NAPHTHENIC AROMATIC DISTILLATE. THE.- 2-PRODUCTS WERE GCOo SOFTENERS FOR RUBBER, YIELDING VULCANIZATES WITH ELASTICITY:AND.THERMAL STABILITY HIGHER.THAN THOSE OBTAINED WITH THE USUAL ONES# uDc USSR GRYAZB, V. 1., Professor, SAILj Ig,, (Deaeasal) D., TYCdM, 0. F., Candidates"ZO4. Veterinary Sciences, an~. Ziil'"-k. A. le. Jwlior Scientific Associate Kazakh Scientific Research Veterinary insti-Lute "Study of a Combinc-a Vaccine Agga~nst Brucellosis and Anthrax La Sheep Xoscow, Veterinariy-a, No 7, 1970, PP 33-40 Abstract: A combined dry -.raccine againsl~ brucellosis and an-.-r-Irax was ~-..riaparedl .Lrom standard strains No. 19 and STI-1 ol' Brucella ant--! 13. Int"'llrac-3. r-,SUQO-,,JVeLy. Guinea pigs axid, orleop were itanunized v.-ith vaccine contain.-L- tho z,,w'o i-ri,.-,.~~ens in a ratio corresponding to UL-At which would "be usod ist so-parato of nonovaccines agaixi;3t the two dironses. Ditutnsive iMLquility, to i-ifectica v:L-ulBnt strains of Dr. maliton5is and, fl. anthrac-La dolvolopod, j-,dj.catjn,-~ an a Ib- sonce olr mutiLal intorr-~,renca mWoon the ttip antigusutl. Adrjn~~z;tration of the combined vaccine to uhe,~p prolucad, itmuni'~y, to anthimA~x thant lasted for irore than. 2 years and i==ity to brucollo3ia. tgr: up 17 Mallt~hs. USSR UDC: 621.438.253.5:531.781.2 Zenukov, A. G., Davletbayev, A. M. "Peculiarities of the Thermal and Stressed State of Cooled Envelope-type Blades" Kazan', Izvestiya Vyssilikh Uchebynk-h Zavedeniy, Avia-tsionnaya Teklinika, No 1, 1972, pp 72-77. Abstract: This work studies the influence of the primary dimensions on the temperature state of elements of a turbine blade with a large number of channels for cooling, located near the gas surface, The influence of shell thicknes5 and rib width on the temperature state of: ele-nents of the blade is studied and the variations in strength reserve of the ribs are analyzed. Recom- mendations are given for selection of.sholl thicknoss and rib iiidth in the design of envelope-type blades. Computers: Equipment USSR UDC: 681.32.001 SAL "Some Highly Froducti-ve Operations in the Technological Process of Manufacture of Ferrites for Electronic Computers" Sovershenstv. Teklinol. Protsessov i Instrumentov v Mashinostroyenii (Improve- ment of Technological Processen and Tools in Machine Building -- Collection of Works], Kuybvshev, Kuybyshev Press, 1970, pp 18~21 (Translated from Referativnyy Zhurnal Avto~atika, Telemekbanika i Vychis1iteVnaya*Tekhnika, No 10, 1970, Abstract No 10B79, by T. R.) Translation: The manufacture of small ferrite rings is dincussed; the technology of manufacture of ferrites from solutions of salts Using the method of spray dry- ing and pressing in rotary presses ia described. One illustration. 2 0)1178 1, /B I - I 10&~k~xv~-j x V/ /.,/ -WAS]~ 8 '"0U ""'rz ~h" LIZ* th" c: C! n-i-~rtt vhf, trEated a:rlzi '--e to ,ay a ferr worCa. .Je m a -~7~6 yury rac-z rm-4 r~r.:ca2h t~) I;,-- '~nlyu ilifit vyhU,.- refori the mar hfs~ t4cn -,;1t!i tl;(! zmj.~ttAtl~~n of his toea, 2-Cy' tnl--17 rT%.' r:- Othez !2f'~v',1vQ --,cthod for wlt~. tit. ~f 'hvs:111~ :WAn. her. ilt -gar no I a n;,~. r to-,n,.-A h r n or, . -.he rarmer J'Atit-nt 7--:; tott +C;rt'jr" b7 c., the Ira. 11ity to move around In 1. to ,jtLpb -1th tvio rtopt: YGr 06 reot: he .1,7a3 -n~v:td. "'.Interviqved noverat penple who vere treated in the prcesure jjjtr,:,nt :j, tr-- r nztr~-Lic -,rin in Yjr feet. To sret ril :f th~' ;Gin he preraved to agreo to an am-tati-c-a -,!c;i:i '~" inrotz . y IrvP -v t a- Aft~r e. nmy rnz; 1z WICIIZ~-Irll (an t,t;fj , - tn' 1~ Dal:-Z;dS vau a Jx,. hl~. uor,~"Ooyl. The lntiMt S4 I'd "Ihe opr~ratlor Wrr. t 7 j I V r a v'r to nodioine? error with rropect ~;n thl: r-ar :h in it Lorq! of rnlatively c=.!:J--nt An C:1--~1atOC thil ~Wai "ec-,clu it c2rrico to he tllzz,;~,zl :f t,,.f2 cubz;ttr1opS. t'd, 77 `ftt If the Llood allowart irc6vqiatv Ourply ,of b4 jo to th~ tinnL)~.,,7? 11 'heze tb,.::gs &::A ""Iyo~.S;l to I %'y t, t I e r 't n 3 f, 4 L ~. t r n r 1 a 7 It 3L 1~ ~If t: 0~, 6 MAO bf~ c o r, c a f f e c: t t d . ty Chin!"ca tz~.Q th,! walli c~ tl,o vn.,rol:j nrW n%itrition of tialues is thIn 1,.ada to rmcrraitn if the l1nb3. !Intil n vm th~rt,, v;rv no r-,11tb1t, methot'n for curing t,omboar.p-iitin oblitLrgmo and almllar 1jimaes. All medicine 6f.-c' Y.S.; amp,itation, r(.movnl of the toes and sometimes of the Trhtle limb. Buth 5rviot alld for2lgn researchers roja6en-ly coupht for a method of trca:tment for those Ocorread diaoRoru, T h,~ i;,j ven i on D Va Z;.- C.- z t-~'* -~'I v r t r r. a , 7 r. e-, th a (1 1. 1 zz OF in I oil t)~at tilromboa I),;, i 1~"'nn ~n C' to bloo(IlcC:r,6Ctho6.-, o; tr.-atmuit ow.ild 'bc in a, pr~~r~iure chnmlcr. rc t~ !-;' - a ~ -' ~ v c n C 0 ~n. t t ba ront- t. ele ;r(~ s,, tx n t h 1"an "'e v a I" ~r h", I _n arter- and v nc,.,3 I o ~, 3: b~, 1 r. ten" If i c 0 L wl t h, -a i, t a t Z""- ~iyc'z" blood uii~i surxo,.;n6I:-,.S r djfrV!'InQC tCn~'_' ~J,VrLaZ, J-1:3, tlntnuct! to r~vf4v,! ~kn au u 0:.' ti'-. 11.1 ;nr, an= try out i aij-nical 11Cvt . , . - I ut_ 1,11, -.h.: -_-!~It~7,'I-' oric 01, ti, 10Y J"_ thromboalnglitir; vbl~tcranz and ziniit~P a':;C3juL,, 4-0 z=jnbI~ Of ,olvin,, thu j^a-."n problvm.. havc to Mnu~actuxu rac-dical Lrl~Glatlul~ Frofesnor A Vo-obhv%,'I'IjTLH.Id titl, "ortz ;hyl, "c1 Fez:t~: All U n i Fn-', 7~c i 'ti i t I TI F 1 " i' tl~ ~' C I' - . " I" t I t -1:1 C :: 1: h Y 0 fpvL. air 'dupprt to tlit 'uv~!:itcr. -,'cr,t!Q c The idet, Gbavt coilvuninc. it sciv ~flc ccl - :n vris advltnecd. Tftt~ ccrfc:'v-;.,c ~z the -phv~,' _kcal an% cliII14~f'.l offecta of local on thL orpr.4,zz: cf at,,;, anjmalz~ r.--,s att(2r,ica !~y J~.o zcp:wvntativoc ,-c-- Z-, m3n o- rerCarltj ant? VICIIJ'al LrItabl. "h , t. lx'pt 1'r 01, t' .1inroMicv? F I v - Y.Tiehomlrov an, r,~ny tth-r t~17'- Virolherapy hclpc!d norrallmL ~h,., -putlc- "I bi,!Cd pr,,-~Ul':, Impvovcd thL ti. !I tllc t~..w -I Muuel~; ac-41v~_!'t:'2 ts". t", 7he n(,,t4d of rr~vctl to precervation of thQ phyrical vvinit"" an.-' wcvhi'le. middle aged and aro,,l perrono. BLvL.ral cliii~clstL, Includinr, T_ctc-,w%i, Xarikova an,3 an tto applicaticn of tarothcrapy. :!,.e the VVLwu:urj olv.-,IL~ -1, Of Vu*:*C'tI! '1-~Vzhotko fir the trcam,.rt .,iitA,-, obliteranc. and jil-ila.' 4izcsocc cf z'rc of thrombNanr b3oo~j vcsoica of the lliiitbol~~4";Ilar'::.-Ltory ~!40:4crC V~~ Internal orf~ans and ctur! ,ty. :h.-- alc-c be w7od -to iithdraw thc rztWit from a gravu con~ltlvri I.0z%."tI:;.Z. 'from Jose off blood, trau:~Ztic shoe;(, cerebral radiculitiD and rhuuration. 7 1~; n-~cotjoury to ray a few rcr~~, the r 7 c Ft rilbe 7~. i=ii. i1 I ca 1 r.- ri L~ C, Outrati.-,-t calnic ho treatco mv-~- tia-1 -1=10~ th-urand -R c V. te 2uffc:rjl,j: from uc'vcr~ va.-Cu2ar als).-dvrc. 7,110 r t Q C, in l9bL, . t"recr, lly th---E"c Tutl,=tp rere e. or )Icrrr~ uf tlmo. t!"i" -'t1 =,g tc. r; p TodaY i;t--\Fun ol;t -of t-:n 2t -hl ollnic livet" not rtop -lork or gD to hot)'p~zal. Tht~. rcm--ata of tlic !:avr zhovm, tlLt t~;. of Wrothkirapy in USSR SALIbIXGM*-Ye~-, Physician and Physiotherapist, Candidate of Medical Sciences "The Therapeutic Aspects of Cold" Moscow, Trud, 30 Dec 70, p 4 Abstract: The therap~2utic and prophylactic aspects of the hardening of the organism and its adaptacion to cold are discussed. The beneficial effects of cold on the organism are manifold. Under the influence of cold, cardiac contractions are slowed down, the heart beat is atrengthened, respiration and muscular tonus are improved, and the resistance of the organism to colds, influenza, catarrh, and disorders of the upper re:~piratory organs is in- creased. Even such a aisease as rheumatic fever may be prevented through- adaptatioa of the organism to cold. Skiing, ice skating, long hikes, walking, and gymaasties in Z:he open air are some of the best methods of hardening the organism. Rabdcrwns with wet towels at room temperature and cold showers ana baths are the bcst means of con- ditioning the organifm to cold. The highest form o~ aaa: ptation of the or- ganism to cold is winter swimming in ice water. Howev6r, moderation and 1/2 USSR SAL'NIKOV, Ye., Trud, 30 Dec 70, p 4 and gradualism are recommended ia the hardening of the organism and adap- ~tation to-cold, and neither should be undertaken,without the advice and supervision of a physician. A 2-day scientific methodological conference organized by the Voluntarl' Sports Association of the All-Union Council of Trade Unions and the All- Union Commission for Hardening and Winter SwimminS was recently held in Moscow. More than 200 people attended, representing branches of the Association in Moscow, Leningrad, Minsk, Kiev, Kharkov, and other cities. The conference was concluded.with a winter ewlm bV the participants, who are known au "walruses," In ix nearby, lake. 2/2 63 TIM REAV.11 57WMG OF SCHOOL CHILDREN [Article by S,M. Grombilkh, G.P. in,ititute of ot C-1drea :nnt!tu"t of Children mid tdolcn,enta, USIR Ar.A'N'r-,' of Poll sti,aric~s. M-Co.; Veatnik Akadcmli YeJitglmkikh 11;.-.4, SSSR. No 4, 1972, ~n School children tialx up r-ore Llian one-fifth of -11.e eii*Lr, our country, Th,- are tho dlre~r rr,(!rve of Briny. ~rlz zz"zmi In 1970,, ",j,r in the Sovl,,t Milan. T;ii,. that -- %ore I-ir t- ~-,. 1", dzgro, of lrec,!- if futur, cholce of it pi,ofei-Ion ndl tL_ of employr~ent an~ fiurpl! of ticcmiary to tl~C dcpcnds on the lictilth of nchool. c1iiUren. But c%eli lit th, prer-it ti-,z. 'ha phy,tiosl conditirm. dctr.=inc.-. to Garx vxr'~glr th, " !'~'rnirg. i.e. achlevLamint jacholontic). I I. In a i(n-rn fact t1int u:;,, 4z,o been airk are poolor achievers than healthy cli,ldrvn. This if; I-ortc-alary ov'd.ill, In the le~:r ;;rd.a. 1., 'or 7' ' per, -,lm of th,; children who worn not s1c;( during Ebe venr ha,' "~d n-i exrol.1cn.- in fir.t grade and 71~4 peccent had ruch 7urV.., Ir. Uitrd g gra:!'. hc.%4,O* are'F. thmn~ ~ha did get micL, on1v 6B.4 pzrc~nt ni tho~.e in fiin, gt-dr, an~ 5?,3 wrtent. of. theat in LLird had Sand And .~c~llvnt nii0k.- S.H. Dalgorcidakaya, 190). A lln~A between achleve-nt And hual;h ix al;c oblierved abroad. in Novumblic 1970. at a congri,bi vL workors In b0iccl = llcitle and hygienc. In Poland, noveral. pApers litresaed th^ ml~ of livolth ~ovlat;, no 4 factor in nonachievecient. Analogouq d.l".1 We!e Pwhllsbe~ !.-I 0-C M:1' I1c-.4-_4_a' and B.Iqari.. If we add to this the w-1 ~noin thents that the licaLth ot ti,!u-Ita in largely furmed in childhood, It bacc7op obvIour, that the ,11yFical ccn3.'tJcn of Achool thildron ;hoald be Closely Watched and bt"'Ied fo~ pre.;~t planyant and Implecientation. of the necessary health-it7roviar nonrureA. A j!!tp. Z~:Zt t:,L In,"Lu UtaLUa Or CaZIl ,ChjcI Cilild quently, of groups of children, could be Obtained only by taking into ccngidera- ion the four following criteria that detort-Ine this stat" to all aI; - Lr~ratet -N1) proaomca or absence of chronic dtilonne. Inv-!I and dogreo of coordlitntlei. 56 UDK 614.624/616-083.V,4 MILTROD3 0" ;~ES=ITATIC-N 13 ME TRYATHY:i7 OF 5,,VFTLF GA~L,' SO: ~,~0~0fty OF (Aftb`V .1r)RUXIM FV1501;MG wy Tj V-ed. -.Loo )W.Ior, Ve(lical Serv J'k' Amnir, 0to various tyron or acute. roiwnin~ - bo*,h on Uie job and in nvory-d;ty livu%C .. caned, of carbon rarorldo 'dolnoninr ucc~;.'T an imorta,~r. place. 71!cne c=cs ~n nz..t ori~fj dki(. ~t. _~_o.-ract ~-n of hoalll,g duviccs. ,mid to vlolrt!mr of rafety re.,r~ationn as ra;a.-*: the 4 ccrtm-tim A,~ 11) I=hln. Uw exhawt 1~~Ljoo ~rcm ~woli"-t)urn3nr. enr,-inas ontain fron 0.5 to 13.5 porent or carbon ron" Ide. Fron 1.1, to 3 porc,!mt o. 017 O;m ontt-r tho interior of the "Mcle t~ca=-t of dufccti-m =zcr 1.1 too cz-~-!"'14;n~. LLrl:e ;=~i MccliTulaticn or carlicin in tlie driver's cbm., &.mnt (I This lv prnci"ly tha tL4o or +.he y ear vhen drivers, ieiv~LnG their vahiclc,7 durL-ir braakn Iii Journey, prefer not to turn off' VA-a rotor *o w, W keep their cnb warn. Tho drivers thvnzelvei. rem:iIAIng Im the Lt!L,, rr--.L-nt:,*.* 1411th to C-xc:! cl. -,arlcri Monoxide poironisif;. '~c had. the "canion to ohaerw re-mral such owes of am-re polnmllw tr. 7c" Lh. riovor w= in perfect con- dition bol. which the driver left rwinim5. in the open a*.r,, -1i zuch a noz;ttjon that the exhauut. r=w ucro boing Iflown ba" into,time crb. the prosent ariticla ropcrt4 on the treatrtnt of patier.13 aztxitted at Me rarrion hur-pital for triatitatil, of acute cLrb-n mm'dde Intoxication. Iliane ware nontlv mm' *.arcd from '11) to 35. in rxist msox. thni vore cMutTeurr, uho had either boon drivi;nr. fault-, ~,WLcIDS ~,r 01-ve uara warrinj; thzmolv~z; = al a stq,pinr, po~ii' uhila remalrilar in the c1losed cab, or oloo they wvio xen uho had bean doing rovair wo.-N,. in nen- vnr..Uat4od rrmines, ithcre oxhau.,t Karen frcr. inter-is-I mn'bu3lien er4;inam upro able to urnotrata. cn,-:, a ,)w or wr hoevpital c=vz- of CU polsoftlat inva'X%md tho tire or bcatin~-. dwri.=j witk~ onan rizoo. Ar. 13 1,nown. aznrl--n msc.~dn zkUactz, r1rat or all, the rcr~-= of the bmin LN. Z~. Limly.-mova, 1,)62. ~. A. Tat.,inol'ron, 1961, Fur thir rom7;vn. the dercm or mILo pol-uplAr. uw dAteml."d by ur in toriv of the lovol or the lm4.It-nt'-- conneAuunir-io, Frov. tMn r~Lnt of vijrt, all cazns cculd le dilridt-d into futir 1.t ,=== zh-- ~1.1 ;-~.4 loco =.d w~otsv widiLon quic):I;r I.-r-oved (vithout timn), am c1n:isillod au "u1irlitay in)~irnd"j 2) IxAIvi&a3-'n ftw&.A conscious at the vita of the accidnnt, but mho quickly mgmined cnsz!oQa- nona arter fL-3taid roazurn--, are rated as ca5co of '~medilun. ca-rerit-:1. 3) pationta -lie rmain.d uric-nrclosiv for nevoral boors wero rc~axd-c~;&3 "noveroly InJurod'. and 4) t1ionn in a utato of coca. with vymptc.-s of pronounced di3turb,"te of branthiril; and 1--t -" rerardod. az having nufforad an "actz-awly umiro" level or intoxication. Althoudi the cirematances of the poisoni;ir, -'.~:,Nired, it tu~-xaj cut that the iiavurity of the pationtz' coridltiwi ~;.nurally aorrempond&d to the duration or expgaurn to the poizor~Ld atmosphors. I%Ls, In tu.-ri. dj~- tormilind Me duration or subroquant troaU)mt r6quired and the goneral length of Una which it took to return the petient to bin 3ob (Table I !Ff -elf LU A2 Occ CIV qULfiY EVALU&TION OF ERGATIC PW=SEE L4 SPACE VaUCLE CAr"'N" A..n. XOrOtk A T at P't 1- 7 Abstroat: -The nroblen. of quantitativi'Ovalun-I tion of. zapaelvy ror worl,_by a Woman operator in n epsoi~ vehicle- cuntral._9yatem 1,~ cUrrently,quits imparttint. Siieh An avAlustioii Cop da~ tarmining the levf!tl of the operator's &ralnlrza, to -~raaict his rolinbill-tr, to carry atit profes-, a InnAl selection, etc. The prononed. rmthod rar paclty..ot aliman operator evaluating the work o; I-- bnsod on probabllity-iterativo methods and the mothenatical theory or llnbj)r forms. Tkie mathod takes into account h=art adap- tability in thu courso of proVessi~brial tralnim and* *aokqs it no~sible-td dotarriino tI, it probabi ity'of 3uccer~ful InnIomentation of'te tselt in the course Or ona cytiz, wider !,-nth~ Inal and emergency flight conditions. The hi8h information yield of this method is aupported by,a number at exporiment3. The creation or modom and promising ajstans rov co~M_ trolling spree vehicles is impossibla without organIzing op- timum rolationshipa among the runctions .rf m"Iianlar~a, appar- atus~.' equipment and, other ?n0filiving" davicio on the an hands and' the human, boaina . ~oy)trolli;r than;~ the other. At 1 WhitOveI'-Cohtt~oI,,IsVdl the may be vltutmud. bft must solve info rmat lon-logic prolk,~Ioma and appv-opriately tlm- papt':Parofully~ calculated reactions to the font tro,l :orcons. jDr, 615.322 :_`82 .67 3. 4 P RAS DTOV ICH, I. M. All-Union Scientific i esearch WRtitute of Ned1cii.-ial Plants, Moskovskaya. Oblast "On the Pharmacognostic Study of Stephania Glabra Miers" Moscow, Farmntsiya, Vol 19, No 2. Ma-;-/Apr 70, PP 32-36 Ab8tract: The authors describe the anatomy off tht-! -oart of the herb Stephania glabra which grows above ground. The pLant is a SOUrce of gindaria, which has sedative and,!-iypotensive properties. Photo- microtraphs are included in the article to illustrate the various structures which are described. :Thp. -jEoLlowing specific diagnostic eristics are mentionpd. In the- -;;.tem is a ring of reinforcing charact '----natbus fibers, sometim-s (mechanical) tissue made up of sclerench~. including groups of grit cells in the pith ray region. The conductive ar,,! circular with spral vessels having large nores and with fibrous tracheids. rine prismatic crystals of ci-Acium owalate are observed in the parenchymatous cells.02` the cortex and the central axial cylinders In the leaf, there are pimples an the upper and Lower epidermis, and a crys,talliferous Lining made up of long pris- matic crystals of calcium oxalate-can be seen along the fine veins of the leaf. -USSR UDC:669.715.046.54/55 KOROTKOV, V. G., MOKSUNOV, A. ~L and SALOKHIN A. V "Refining of Aluminum Alloys with Briquetted Salts" Moscow, Tsvetnyye Netally, No 2, Feb 74, pp 59-61 Abstract: The use of briquetted salts for simultaneous refinement and modification of aluminum allovs increases the degree of their purifica- tion from oxide inclusions an~ hydrogen, causes the nec-ossary refinement of the structure and reduces the time required for alloy-processing opera- tions. A diagram is ~presented of a:device for charging and dosing, of briquettes. The device consists of~a hopper with.a vibrator, a bolt transporter, a pulse-counting relay.and a dist'ributing and unloading trough. I f JPRS S5123 7 February 1972 UDC 536.63 MECT OZ Ml=N7 YMAT CAPAC MY OF TIMMIaL Of=--ORS n%, ?T;5~E LTASLlSE%VM; tArr fele by S. Druz' L.-n"at,41 C. ;o 6, rlavenbcr- vo 2)ccon*.,er 1971, sub-nitzed 2 July 1971, pp 1327-1329) In recent times, in rn~ny phyxiz~l investigations, methods based on the use of puleed initla I heanng of "In, thermal detectoz s (such an, for ex- arnpie. irt t%c determination of tlw zher-nophynical properties of substances ( r~feronaes 1, 21 ) have come to be vade, The small thicknesses and beat capicity a' the resistive element -rake it possible to bring the duration of " the 41,111 required Ile CiIrTent pul6,~s up to. !01 rnlcrc-"Conds, thus reducing for an individual measkirement, clec".,e in the pulse durati,on mNy 1~ad to a considerable expari~to% th- .:e!ti of applicability of the rntthoclr, but, ho-ever, this is associated with the appvarance of errors caunf:d by the effect oi the iiherer.-. beat capanity of the sensing elements in the mcz~,urint~ prccris. Ut~zllv ti~is effect is ignored, which essentially 5implifies th~, tl%earetical pxereq~ivztes of the me,,hod, but, as will be demonmtrittc! bi-low, this is not al-"ys valid. Yor an citinnat,t ~~i cEf--o~ --~ t~c brat ca-,MCOY -'a thL metal film rf zh~, pielup, wr v.-iii cvn5ieler t1- plant Metallic filrn of tbickne5!z I is f3jdCed .3t the inteyface of t%vo non-condsicting tne-dia-, h-v~r~, ti-rrnc~i, j:;C--l chl.ractrristics OtAl are independent of te-11- fizrzt~rc. Tlj~ effect o., a rrcl~nj.,.tslar current poj- thc ~~11%1 will 1,C id-1.ifivd ~;:h the c:fcct of heat sourccn of K.-t qr'! di- .ributed throughout its t~.ickness. Fc~r claiity and simpli ity in I rth r c. I.- cu!ations We Willlil-IU CL17SCIVet ~C- A c"se when one of the media h:1% a much lmvc- lhernn,tl conclucu-ity thav. zz~~,! cther, Then -e will con,id,r t!i~,r -1-1c heat flux into t1-.,! witi. ., 1..%vor thf~TMAI con(luctivity in equal to -,~To. Such is Tva.;-zed wl"n, -CT t!XAMple, a rnetallic film, applw-A on A klielectric base, zn:,.tzcl witlo che air. Asgutrinr that tht- thermal ffe.c7t berint at a morne-~t of tirr,-~ t=), t1to, bi~:nclary and the initial conditions for the TornpeTattire field nn~ty be writtell thtls: ii - Ussiz - 1.1 MIMI- V1, ~UR 0482 6AO04075 Soviet Inyentions Illustrated, Section I Chendcal., Derwent,, 236010 TREATHENT.OF NICKEL WO 'COUER-~VXEL -MATTES t&~Siglplify~!~he process ~6 0.2- and to r ~e iip~ ontep in: t e?mattiq, 0.25, -a: laiiii. _(O.*5m~: '--s _~C601*d 'I rip n'. an open.mizer ~fic)m (tp. 9000C in I h~Axr. 74 p, method is.L iron iri ih, tra based on effl Lte towards oxides moving: tp the',surface 6Vt..z,t aq _e and a meta.1lic component :separating in the ~Qr_% of solid solution cxystals. ~A"ording toit:he pri--posed method, ready matteis poured into a stationary. open mixer lined With chamotte and heldtthere. for I hr. The,thickness!of the melt shoULd be 0.5m. The-temp. of the matte is decreased from 1150 to 9000C when solid phases oeparate ouc- The oxide phase'iroverjg up an, the ou~:faco Of the rtlt andthe metallic pnjiBe settles ac'~flhe bottom of the mixer. After I hr, the matte Ls~idischarged from the mixer and cast in Paarz n4oulds:1or grAnul- ated in water.. 21.4.67. as 11~2034t22_~!. V,A SOROWEV et 'al. J12-6.69.) Class 40a. Int.U. C22b. a too 445 99,29M 7 USSR UDC :669.753 ROZLOVSKIY, A. A. and SALONIATOV. N K. "Pilot-Scale Testing of Electric Melting of Gold-Antimony Concentrates" Moscow, Tsvetnyye Metally, No 2, Feb 74, pp 33-35 Abstract: The task of this work was a large-scale test of the primary element of a proposed technological system for precipitative electric melting of gold-antimony raw material with extraction of the antimony and concentration of the gold. The results of the tests show that gold-antimony concentrates can be treated by electric melting with good results. The material balance and metal balance are presented for precipitative melting of the gold-antimony concentrate. Heat 00A ti6~ Ntonation 'USSR UDC: 536.2 SALONATOV and GORBUNOVp A. D. Heating of Construction Elements Vith Active Ablation-Coatings" HOB cowt i transport. go lt 1972, Izvestiva .-Energetika PP 160-168 Abstract: This brief commxinication considera the problem of de- termining the optimal thickness of the ablation coating in a sys- teia invol-tring a high-temperature gas medium, the active coatiing layer, and a metal wall, for protecting the metal from heat. Since the problem is esoentially nonl:Wear, tho authors use the method of the t-hermal qwasi-stationa.-L7 approximation, and ob- tain relaitionshipo for computing the temperature fteld. in the 'protected structural element for aa arbitrary thermal flux oil the ablation surface. They mmiarlyze tho d3miamics of the abln- tion proceso and derive P_ solution for th-3 Faurier num-ber, the expression for which io quite complex but can 'be adm-plified "or aeveral limiting cases coWidered in thie arti-.1e. A noruoErtw, is given for comput:~np the ablation process of tho active coat- ing for various weactured thenaall fluxes. - -- - - - - - - - USSR UDC 536.2.01 SALOMT "Temperature Conditions of Aircraft Structuras Components Subje-Aed to Aero- dyna mic Heating" Kazan', Izvestlya VUZI A-Aatsionnaya Tekhnika, No 4t 1970t pp, 22-30 Abstracts The purpose of this study is the development of an analytical zethod for the solution of- the general problem of aerodyrmradc heating, arA also the establishment of the temperature field charu,-.terlstics, which May be useful in design engine-erIng az a high speed Metho4i of coaputation of the tempera-Lure conditions of aircraft structitros. A sys-tem. of dIfferentiall equations in ordinary coordinates describing the proceatis. of unsteady heat -transfer is written and solved by the method of finite integrca transforma- tioqs. An analysis of the results shows the existence of a -p--actically 2inear dependence of the temperature fIe.3A on 0 for tJhe same values of the determining Biot, Stark, Kupichevt and Fourier criteria. Ca-lcaations of +hs temperature field using this method were carried , out f or 04) = 015 in the absence of sun radiation and at, Bi(fo) - cont., 0,(Fo)-l-cojist. The results -1/2 7777T USSR Vo 4, 1970, pp 22-30 S=MATOV, V. V., lovestlya VUZt Aviatsionnaya Tokhnika are presented in the form of 4 nomograms, whach nake it possible to doter- nine the tamperalture on the surface, and in the adiabatic cross-section of a plane surface and In the corresponding corze-sections of a cylindxical cozponents Their comparison with standari data obtained on a con-puter shows that deviation in temp-erature does not exceed 2%. I-al accelerated method of solution based on engineering nomograms is illustrated in an example invol- ving the heating of a rectangular component, In the conelmion the author states that for bAies of classical shape under aero dynamic heating a, cer- tain relationship exists bet-Keen the relative temperatures amd the initial values, that this rolationnhip forms the "base of the nomogin-m construction, aid that the method developed here for the solution of the nonlinear hoat transfer problem in the presence of the a&rzolynamic hPating is valid for bodies of finite dimensions ancl moderate hW. ca~paclty. 2?. formulasy 5 ~figuresr 6 references. 2/2 I-ii 0 3b UNCLAS Sl F I ED' PR OCESSING DATE--0?rlCT70 1/ 2 0-50 TITLE--MEASUREMENT UF THE BRIGHTNESS TE-APERATURE OF THE EARTHIS ITL EAS lTMOSPHEkIC. EMIISSI-0 IN THE SUBMILLIMETER BAND FRPM A HEII~HT 3F 35 Kli .1 T MO PH AUT. OR_(o -AUTHOR- (05)-LAPSH IN, V.I.#. SAL0MON3VICHt- A.E. v SOL0!l0pvlAVv S,V., TP.DITSKIY, F 4.13. V*F.q FRADKJV ~tLJUNTPY OF INFO---USSR 'S L Wkr 19T0, P. 338-39/t -E--IZVYUZ, RAD'LOFIZIKAt VOL. 13# NO. 3, `6ATE- PUBLISHED ------- 70 ',.SUBJECT AREAS--NAVIGATION, PHYSICS9 ATMOSPHERIC SCIENCES JOPIC TAGS-_RADIOMETER, RADIO BRIGHTNESS' TEMPERATUREt SUBMILLIMETER WAVE, BRAD 10 EMISSIONt ATMOSPHERIC RADIATION trj,%iTQCL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS .DOCUMEPIT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED kPROXY REEL/FRAME--1991/0846 STEP NIO--UR/0),41/70/013/003/0388/0394 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0110567 LINC L A S S 1 F-I E 0 - Z12 030 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE-020CT70 ':CIRC ACCESSILIN NO--AP0110567 ABSTRACT/EXTRACT-(U) GP-0- ABSTRArT, DESCRIPTION OF A RADIOMETER AND THE RESULTS OF PRELIMINARY MEASUREMENTS OF THE BRIGHTNESS TEMPERATURE 3F THE EARTHIS ATMOSPHERIC EMISSION, TAKEN AT A HEIGHT OF 35 KM AT WAVELENGTHS FROM 0.5 TO ?MM* THE Se-NSITiVE ELEMENTS OF THE RADIDMETER CONSISTED OF N-TYPE INSB PHOTORESISTORS COOLED TO LIQUID HELIUM Ei* MPERATURE. ANGULAR DISTRIBUTIONS OF BRIGHTNESS TEMPERATURE WERE T OBTAINED IN THE VERTiCAL PLANE. THE. NATURE OF THE DISTRIBUT13N AND THE RELATIVELY LOW BRIGHTNESS TEMPERATURE1NDICATE THAT THE MAIN tONTRI13-UTION TO THE SUBMILLIMETER RADIATION IS MAaE BY- THE RELATIVELY --COLD. UPPER LAYERS OF THE ATMOSPHERE. FACILITY: AKADEMIIA NAUK SSSR, FIZICHESKII INSTITUTt MOSCOW, USSR. Nff.* LA S 5 I-F., E Opticai, q USSR UDG 621,391.19 Y Novo- SALOV NV.HEVEIIYG, YE. S. G.-I.. TVEM)OMILEB, P. E. MWITSEV, G. D.1 sibirsk "Lin,,~:ar Adaptable Optical Pattern Classifierif .-Novosibirsk, Avtometriya, No 3, 1971, pp .812-84 Abstract: One of the urgent problems of automating a acientific experiment is the problem of, creating devices to classify optIcal patterns with respect to random variation of tile parameters with incomplete a priori information. Usually the patterns subject to analysis are represented oil photographiz filn, or a photographic plate so that their transmission coefficient is a function of -two variables s and t. Classification is. realized by calculating the discrimi- nate function (functional) of tile pattern and using it to decide the classift- cation of the pattern. The pattern x(s,:t), a < s, t < b is a realization of one of k classes of patterns (s, t), i 1, k. Then -there are probabil- ities of the occurrence of each of the Q (possibly unknown). The linear functional of the pattern x(s t): 'has the form' (x, h) x(s, oh(sp, t)dsdto 1/2 a 4 USSR NEZIIEVEhTKO, YE. S., et al, Avtometriya, No 3, 1971, pp 82-8.1, and the problem consists in finding the weight function h(s, t) suitable for classification. It is demonstrated that by using relatively new material - phatochrome material [K. M. Savost'yanova, Optiko-mekhmicheskava promyshleminst', No 5, 19681 it is possible comparatively easity to obtain h(s. Q expo-rimen tally using a recurrent procedure investigated previausly [G. 1. Salov, Avtomelriyaf No 6, 1970). . The linear functional in this case is an estiriate of the coan square approximation to the ideal functional assuming m value of d = d. if x(s, t) belongs to (s, t). The initial data for realizing the mentioned re- r-urrent procedure i-, the unknown sampl e J.I(s, t) x1, (6 t) (11 > k) f rom the set of patteins of the classes (so QJ insofar as posrslble indicative for the entire set and also the known series of values of di d i, and the ideal- functional corresponding 'to this sample. The procedurt! for censtructing h(so 0 - N(s, 0 was implemented in an optical versint, of the classifier the schematic of which is given. The adaptive process based on the photochrome material is described and some experimental results are presentvil. 2/2 138- USSR UDC 621.398.694.7-531.7 GROMIOL'SKIY, A. L., S.ALUV G. V. TIIUIOMIROV, Yu. F., and YAKOVLEV, L. G. (Kiev) "Measuring a Mass of a Substpmce by Natural Vibration Frequency of the Object" ..Novosibirsk, Avtometriya No 3, May~Jun 72, pp 54-60 Abstract: This article is an extension of a earlier investigation by two of the authors on the use of a coatrol object as a primary mLatstring converter for obtaining data on the value of a controlled paramt:(:er. At presLnts an analysis of experimerital data on the riethad of rieusuring a m~,,jr~ of a stibs'-anci2 by natural vibration frequency of a dynamic !IyStC~I fOYIIJt:d by conta f.n(,r- i -1.1.3 E- r. Characteris tics of the control object being siriultwieously a sensitive- alement of a pickup with variable filler quantity art! considered. Thc iriechanical sensitive eletnent is considered as- an oscillator In the generaLing Ci;:CI14 t.,; and as resonator in selective circuits. The ant: i-int er farence characLeristic--; of such a neasuring system are evaluated. The ex:peilnctntal elata presented confitms the possibility of obtaining the results of in 'a vide range of tmiperatures with inaccuracy of the order of R or less, depending on the objects desiga characteristics. mom !13=0 USSR IZOKII, V. V. SALOV P. L. YEMELIYANENKOV, V. 1. "Realization of the Operation qI q(mod R) in Recirculating Generators" Vestn. Belorus. Un-ta [Belorussian University Herald), 1972, Ser. 1, No 1, pp 78-80 (Translated from Referativnyy Zhurnal Kibernetika, No 6, 1973, Abstract No 6V605, by the authors), Translation: A functional element is produced, performing the operation qI = q(mod k), the complexity of which is independent of k. An estimate of the speed is presented. The code of the number is -represented by a time interval. 77 Ins trumants ~:Arpcf-,Equlpmenr USSR swas S. Senior engineer of the All-Union Scientific Research Institute of- :Medical Instrument Building "Ocular Locator" Moscow, Vechernyaya Moskva, 6 Jun 72, p 2 Translation: The All-Union Scientific Research Institute for Medical Instru- ing has developed an ultrasonic diagnostic apparatus, the "EC110-2l." ment Bvild Its operation is based on the principle of supers,-,nlc location -- the sending of impulses into the eyeball and the interception.of the signals deflected by the anatomical structure of.the-eye. Echograms are used by opthalmologists to diagnose d;mgerous diseases such as retinal detachment, to delineate the location and e,,;tent of the intraocular pathological developments, to monitor the results of treatment, to pinDoint .(at the time of operation) the positions of oplinters u4iich have pierced the eye. The use of the "ECHO-21" is especially valuable in cases when turbidity In the transparent part of the eyeball makes the detection of patholo'gical problems in the eye difficult or impossible by other methods, The medical industry has begun serial prodoction of the "ECF-o-21." TranBlation; Special machines -- anti-infarct, anti-shocks, neurological in- struments, and portable reanimators -- enable medics to Tender immediate aid to a person who has had an accident. Staff members of the All Union Scien- tific Research Institute of Medical Instrument Building, together with the Institute of Automation and Telemechanics, Academy,of Sciences USSR, have developed a new instrument for artificial Ventilation of lungs -- the RD-3. This instrument helps to reestablish respiratlon, suppliq!s; the lungs with oxygen-rich air, and eliminates excess carbon dioxide from the luags. At the Central Exhibition of the.Technological.Creativity of Youth, dedicated to the .100th Anniversary of the birth of V. I. Lenin, this accomplishment was awarded the VDNKh Golden Medal. In developing the RD-J, the designers of this instrutent applied the princi- plea of a new technological branch - pneumonics -- based on the mutual inter action of currents of compressed air. This enabled, them' to eliminate mov&ble 1/2 USSR SALOV, S., Sotsialisticheskaya Industriya, ~27 Oct 70, p2 mechanical parts subject to friction and to build a portable, convenient, and reliable instrument of high functional quality. The RD-3 will find wide application in first-aid work, at rescue stations, and :uader other emergency conditions which develop in patients with acute respira- tory insufficiency resulting from severe triuma, distur~od cerebral circulation, or poisoning, Furthermore, the instrument.can be used to,restore spoutimeaus; respiration in patients who are in intensive care rooma after thoracic or abdominal surgcry, as well as in other cases of: respiratory IrLoufficiency. 2/2 57 USSR "For'Treatment With Electroaerosols" ~Josco~-i, Meditsinskaya Gazeta, 25 Aug 72, 3 p Translation: The All-Uniod Scientific Research Institute of Medical Instru- ment Building has developed a portable apparatus "GEI-l." It is intended for inhalation treatment of burns of the respiratory tract, various diseases of the respiratory organs, and influenza. The CEI-1 can also be used in the treatment of burns on the surface of the body. The apparattis has been tested in Moscow's clinics. It was established that it gives good therapeutic results and is efficient. By iteans of the GEI-1, using any source of compressed gas (oxygen), it is possible to obtain elec- trically charged aerosols of !aedications and to administer them to the respir-a- tory organs. This ensures deep penetration of medicinal aerosols and their high efficiency. Electroaerosols can be produced and used both with a posicive and a negative charge. Among the advantages of this appartitus is also the fact that its use 1/2 MW USSR SALOV, S., Meditsinskaya Cazeta, 25 Aug 72, p 3 rules out the supercooling of the respiratory tract, it is convenient to operate, and is easily and quickly secured to a bed (chair, table). The GEI-1 will find vide application in surgical, reanimatioa, burn, and physiotherapy departments. Th Kharkov Tochmedpribor Plant will begin the series production of this e apparattis next year. 2/2 --- --- 26 A01, (I.. A.. w,d I.. Vnriiflowi (4 flow por--tvr,~ joJ flow ttruclure of moiPt vapor, for the case of ioIt-rj)haAt- brat and ma3is exchany, in the relaxition zone behind a shock wavefront. -rv-r, no. 6. 1971, 1200-IZ06. Relaxation phenomeon behind a statio-iry oltuck wavefront in moist vapor are analyzed. W11h allowaALu for relatively 1.A1>'-'IVAc"- tration# of,spantane"usly condensrd fine drops arol. in Oie *,,,sent* of rliding phase motion. The nume rical solution of a svt of,equILLionr of motion,dotare-nined the flow parameters- (p~Tj..=~; (priicia-site distribution), and shock wave width lor the thermo- dynamic equilibrium of a two-phase medium ahead of thi;ohock wave, Theoretical data were found to bt in 900d qualitative agree. rae4t. with the experiment. v. g. using a. "val &caste. r USSR UDC S36.24:621.1715 --SALTANOIL-r- -A-, SELEZNEV, L. 1. 1111hange of Parameters and Structure of Stream of Moist Steam with Iliter- phase Heat and Mass Exchange in the Rela~xation Zone Behind -the Leading Edge of a Shock Wavell Teplofizika VysokiK-b Teniperatur, Vol 9, INo 6, 1971, 1). 1200-1206. Abstract: Certain relax, %Ile ation phenomen3 behind the le~!ding edge of i in moist steam with small drops formed by spontaneOLIS condensation arc, studied. Numerical solution of a syste~i of- equations is used to determine chanoes in the parameters of the stroam and its structure when the 2-phase medium before the shock. wave is in thermodynamic equilibrium. USSR 'UDC 621.165 DEYCH, M. Ye., FILIPPOV, G. A., UUNUIN, Yu. A. and -SIVOBOROD* V. A. -;ons in Edd Currents of Supers aturated Steam" ..Investigation of Phase Transit- y Moscow, Energetika. i Transpo--ft, N' o 2, 19 7 22 pp 160-3.66 Abstract; In the article are presented the result-. of an expe-Timental invc-sti- Oaation of the condensation of water vapor:in a vortex wake 'behind 'I stream flowing lengthwise about- a flat plate at M_< 1. Special attention was devoted to the structure of the vorte-< wake and to the particle size of the. liquid phase in the wake. The dispersion field of tha-liquid phase in 6,z -wake behind the edge was measured. The stream was photogTa~hed in order to obtain the wake structure more exactly. A theoretical justification of the possibility of steam condensation in eddy currents is given on the basi5 of the consideiation of a single eddy. 5 figures. 9 references. 32 USSR UDC* 532-529.6 SALTANOV, G. A. "Particle Interaction with a lk-.'edle Sul-face in ain Ultra-zonic Phase x0scow, Izvestiya A"ademij ',_~ul~- 3-31H--'~:nei-et-.i)- i trqns-.ort, "o. 1, January- "ebruay y 1971, pp 141-149 Abstract: Sin..-e a C...eneral analysis of pqrticle~i intericting: wit~l thc- surface of a wedge sur-ounded' by ultraponic txa--,-)hrse currents is extremely co.-,,.plex, this iMpor bcgins by cons idq erizig t-,,o limitin- cases ol~' interoction: the f irst, -v.,han the -pn.rti.c1;_-,s ar-3 drops of a liquid and their shock on the wedva surfalce -13 a~bsalutely fn~!.!Lactic; t-he second, i-dien -~h.~j drops are solid, undefor-ned particles an!". their shock cn -Lhe surface is absolutely elastic. In his analysis, the author uses an equation for the trajectory of the narticles be- hind the front of the diagonal discgntiquity he obtai-ned in aa ear- Lier paDer, writte% by himself in collaboraticri with A. V. Kurs~_,alrov in the same journal namej above (Dvizheniyi.~ ch-.i~t-itsZ_- skachkom UT),otnen4iM )ri obtelraiiii sver].' 7M potokorti -- :PartielL ~..ution Behind -,he Di-'at-ollal '~,4 2con-tinuity -_"cr a, WedGe in Two-Phase Ultrasonic _Lv'lo-vt - Na. 6, 11) .,01. '_~Iie .1. 1 J is made thr!t the particles in '.he two-phast-, flaw in front of the TIMM SAITANOV, G. A., Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR--Zner6-;etika i trans- port, Mloscow, NO. 1, January-2ebruary 1971, pp 141-149 density discontinuity have -~Iie some dimensious, are unifol-raly dis- tributed, and do not fracture in their transition t~1-01,11-1 t',--- r"is- continuity. The -.-uthor concludes that in the intiraction of -,,ar- ticles and surface, the local rise in ~:,ressure at the coliisi-n, point occurs only near tne iiose of the. wedge a.,,.d diminishes rar-id- ly at a distance from it,.and that 'the local impuls:! of the iiquj-~'-I- particles at th~- collisicn point may reach very hiEla values due tc the cavit-.ation effect. !:-'e suCg--%sts also that furthi:r develor,,mcn-'~-os in this work should involve analysis of, the particle movem~-n-'U, heat and mass exchangu taken into account, and that th~- ef-'-~.ct o:4 the Particles on the gas flow, their.fracture, and -u"fleir col1isicnS should also be con,-~j..Ier~--d. USSR UDC 533.6.011.5;532.529.5 SALTANOV, G. A. TKIOLENYIO, R. A. "Supersonic Two-Phase rlow Over a wedge" Moscow, Mekhanika zhidkosti i gaza, No. 2, 14ar/Apr 72, pp 810-88 Abstract: The eauations d3scribing the flow between the surface of a wedge and a shock wave as given by Krayko and Sternin and tbe.characeristics method developed for floi.,rs of a m ixture of a gas with particles of dif- ferent kind in nozzlt_~s are used to study superson-1c two-ohase flow over a wedge. It is noted chat one encounters such a flow in calculating flow around biade~-. of the last stages of condensation turbiries and in stvdyin,- the motion of aircra-ft in cloudy conditions. In the latter ca!~e there occu.= a ch~anqe in the wave structure and int-erference picture of the t tha C) -D r) flow aroizid i-he aircr;xf -4 can lead to uncalculate-(] modes 1: , oti n, in addition to erosiou of the leading edges ot" the wing profiles. It is shown that the general uicttme of gas flow bet'Weer. the frontof a shocl. wwre and the surl-ace or a we-: e is cualitatively similar to -the picl_-~--e 0-` 'L--101", 9 i upon the breakdovm of thermodynamic equ-ilibrium in a gas, such as vibra- tional relaxation and nonequilibrium chemical reactions.. This picture 1/2 USSR SALTANOV, G. A. ,TKALEITKO, R. A., Mekhanika zhidkosti 1 gaza, 11o. 2, Mar/Apr 72, DD 83-88 consists of a relaxation zone behind the ftont of 'the vIllock, wave in vtHch I I t balancing off' the velocities and,te7nDeratures of the gafl and the pal.,Licle~s and the entropy layer close to the. surface of the wedge occulls. 2/2 IdZtAh i t='U- ih&IbHHM6fI MOM H ME T USER UDC 629.7.063.7(088.8) SKOTRIKOV, P. A., SALTAYS. E. A., SALWIN,'V. K., GRAYM, N. P. , ZAV'I-ALOV, V. I. "Bypass Valve for Aircraft Engine Lubrication System" USSR Authors' Certificate, Class B 64 d 33/00, F 16 k 5/00, No. 305104, An- nounced 3 Februm-y 1970, Published 10 September 1971 (fron, M-Aviatsionriyye i raketnyye dvigateli, No 4, Apr 72, Abstract:No 4.34,66 P) Translation: A bypass valve for an aircraft lubrication systen according to Authors Certificate No. 295712 (see RZh-Aviatsionn3rje i raketnyye dvigateli, 1971, 12.34.42) is patented but is distinguished by the fact that to reduce hydraulic resistance the cavity of the shut-off element is separated by a par- tition into -hio chambers, radial slits in which have opposite angular displace- ment relative to the corresponding slits- ifi-the overlapping bushing separated from.:the bimetallic s:piral by a cylindrical screen. 2 ill., Resume. 1/2 032 UNCU%SSIFULD PROCESSING DArc-13,11.0V70 T.1TLE1--T-iF-RtAAL UECG1,-,t1U-S1T10.N CIFITHE DIM [-THYLL-~',' F-TH;=,-, BCNo [-N ERS -J-- .~~AUTHOR-(05)-',JEVSKEY, V.M. YATSENKU, E.A* GKABAt6N1Kj L.6-.? SALTYBAYEV, f)'--YSr-:BAYEV, tM.N. C01-11MY OF INFO-USSR SQURCL:--1ZV. AKAO. NAUK KAZ. SSR, SER .KF11M. 1970, 20(2)1 78-80 DATE PU3L IS HED - - - - - - -70 SUBJECT A?r1-AS--C,"E.,'-11STRY JOPIC TA(~S---TfiFP,~!iAL.,UECU:-tPJSI UION? IME THYL~NE ETHER PUMMIER I ZAT I QNt GLYCOL PY F. OLY S I SIk SPECTPUM -~M 'TPUL MARK I NG--N:-', REST~ ICTIONS .._90CUMENT CLA i.5--UNC LASS f i-- I ri-D PPOXY Rf1:EL-/FRAMf-7--3001/0?(.)5 STFP N10-UR/0,56 ,~CIRC ACCESSION i'412---AV0126037 W L IN 1101 2/7- 1132 OMCLASSIFI~U K',f.~CESS ING 0ATF--L3NUV70 _C C_SSIO. CTRC ACCEESSIO,"41 NG-APU260.37 TR _T eX ST :ABSTRACT/ExTRACT-M) 16P-0- A135FRACT. 'THE POLYMN. I-IF P,110CH SUb2 C ')U;36 A FBRA r _TR ~t CU6 T r 3 14CUEGREES ft SUB4 CH SU82 CH IN uOLK AT I N T.H Ei;,PFS~NCE OF d,MEC SU36 H H GAvE R0-i SW32 GCH SU62 R PkIME -1 E -) Fz SU84 SO SU83 C I T I Y, Ot.'(S IS PRODUCTS OF I OBTAINED IN VACUUM AT SMALLEk THAN OR EQ,,)"jL T--,~ InODEGREES CONTAINED POLY-MERIC ALDEHYDES DUE TO HOMOLYTIC SPLITTING OF I RCH 5IJ82 AND R PAIME CH SUB2 Or W'H]Cli INTERACT,' GIVING a PRIME C,1-10 A,'-40 AT 260-360DEGREESy R PRJM1~ CH SUB2 ij IS DIS11)"'UPORTHRIATED TO R PRI,~;: CHO ANO F, PRIME CH SU132 Oiiy DETECTAbLE 13Y I R SP ECTR US C DPY. ACILITY: A,T;~ ussi~ INST. Kllf,' NAUK) A~-."-!A 1/2 007 UNCLASSI FIED FORMALDEHYDE RESINS _u_. ,4)JTHOR-(02)-G,UTSALYUKi V.G.t SALTYBAYEVt DoK. ,..,COUNTRY OF. INFO--USSR '.-."SOURCE--TR. INST. KHIM, NAUKt AKAD. NAUK KAZ. ,-:DATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 ,-,;--SUBJECT ARE%S--MA'bERIALS ~jOPIC TAGS--4YOROCAiRSON PROCESSING DATE--04DEC70 SSR 1970, 28, 3-23 RESIN, FORMALDEHYDE, CONDENSATION REACTION .',UUk,UMt:1NI 6LAZsZi--UrflLA-')Zilr ICU ,~'PAOXY REEL/FRAME--3005/0799 STEP NO--UR/0000/70/~128/0i)0/0003/0023 GIRC ACCESSION NO--AT0132897 UNCLASSIF.[ED USSR 1JDC: 51 MIIN., V. D., MROV., B. N., and SALYGA, "Effectiveness of the Optimal Control of EItex Mr systems" Pribory i sistemy avtomatiki. Resp. mezhved. terat, nauch.-telffin. ab. (Autom-ttion Tmstra-4nts and Systems, Republic Intenle-partreentalMhematic Scientific -Technical Collection) No 261 1973, pp 112-116 (from FM--Matemtikaj NoJ, 1973, Ab5tract No 7V573) r -m is ey-a ned with respect to Translatior 7h wdel of a thermal energy systc mi its application to the problen, of optimizing the distribution of the active loads tions. Various algoritILTis in the foxmi of programs for among electric power sta an electronic computer are presented. A combination of algoritIvis in the FORTBMT-4 language is devised. Authors' aboLraet- USSR UDC; 51 IVIN, V. D., MMCrV, B. N., and _M J4 XGA. V-, "Synthesis of Algorithms for Controlling Complex Systema" Pribory i sisterV avtomatiki. Resp. mezhved. temat. nauch,tekthn. sb. (Automation Syr.tems and Instruments, Republic Interdepartmental. Thenatic Scientific-Technical Co3lection) No 26, 1973, pp 107-Ul (from RM-41atematika, No 7, 1973, Abstract No rrm) Translation: The problem of comparing competitive algorithms with a standard algorithm is considered. Criteria of compamtive offectillreness and of the com- -ad. 11 parlson condition are fomulat 1e problem of detexMLning the number of tests for comparing the algorithms in a spOacifted t:Lrr,-- f-literral is examined. Conditions are given for comparing solutions; these can be used to choose the most effective algorithm for a given energy system.- Authors' abstract. USSR SALTYKOV, R., "Microbes Protect Against Disease" Moscow, Hauka. i Zbiznl, No 10, 1972) pp 63-65 Abstract: Written in conjunction with the celebration of the 150th anniversary of the birth of Louis Pasteur, the article discusses in layman's languave the methods used to weaken and alter pathogenic microbes and thus enable them to protect the body against diseases they normally cause. it describes some of the procedures for manufacturing vaccines, particularly the drj, live type favored by the USSR, and h(mi the. latter confer irmnity against opecific diseases. Mention is made of tInLo successful use of t.hese preparations to control anthrax, yellow fever, and measles in the USSR. Hojever vaccine protects live inClue only about half the persons inoculated. -__27 Imminology USSR uDc 616.981.5i-ogT.3-o92.9.:599,.~23.4 IESNYAK, 0. T., and ULANOVA,, A. A., State Control Institute r Biomedical Preparations imeni TarasevIch, Moscow "The White Mouse as an Tmm,rlological Model in Anthrax" Moscov, Zhurnal, Mikrobiologii, Epidemiologii i Lmfund'biolqg11,, No 8, 1971, pp 87-91 Abstract: Experiments were performed with random bred white mice to determine their suitability as an immunological model in anthrox. Active immunity v~as studied after single subcutaneous vaccination of the animals with live STI anthrax vaccine. Passive immunity was tested by injecting them.subcutan ously vith anti-anthrwic serum or globulin derived from it. The results were analyzed by statistical methods. The mice vere found to be useless as an experimental model for the evaluation of active postvaccinal imunity to tinthrax. But vaccinated naimals can be used to study specific passive immunity provided that they are inoculated with Teenkovs!ciy's second vaccine (& suslension of spores from strain 71112 which kills vh1t ,e~i~vdce iA 24 t0;72 hOurs). Earlier P.ubliched reports -on the subject'. critically PAO~ USSR UDC 615,3?1:3?6.851-5111-036.8.0?8 LESNYAK, 0. T., ard SALTYKQ, Control Institute of Medical Niological Preparation fals`11-4~"` s imeni Ta" "Comparison of the Immunogenicity of Anthrax Vaccine Strains" Moscow, Zhurnal Mikrohiologii, Epidemiologii i Immunobiologii, No 8, Aug 70, pp )2-)5 Abstract: The imunogenicity of live STI (Ginsburg) and 34-F-2 (Sterne) vaccine strains was tested by various methods in a series of exporiments on guinea pigs. Both the method employed in the USSR ard that recomnerdwl. by the World Health Organization revealed only the qualitative characteristics of the strains,but were useful In distinguishing strains which were suitablit for traccination from those which were not. The authors' umthod of evaluating vaccine strains froa the index of immunity in vaccinated guinea pigs mak-us it possiblo to obtain a quantitative characterization of the immunity produced by the Tarious strains. Using this method, it was found that U,.L% 6U. strain produDod significantly higher levels of immunity than did the ~44-2 strajn.~ USSR uDc 615-371:576-851-453-001-504-7+57)' SAI=-O-Vl R. A... MOTOMYA~ V. P., and SIROTYUK, L. V., State Control Institute of Yedical. Biological Preparations imeni. Tarasevich., Mscow "Experience Gained Daring 25 Years of Investigating the Stability of the Properties of Vaccinal Tallarerda Strains" Moscow Zhurnall Milrrobiologii Epidemiologii i ImmunobioloGii, No 12, 1972, pp 64-7o Abstract: Stability of inumuric;genicity and apathagenicity was investigated in Gayskiyls vaccinal strains 1,10 15 and Ondatra-4 since 1943 and in Faybich- Saltykov-Tmmarinals vaccinal strains No 10,.33) and 53 since 1910~-1947. 1011ile the loss of pathogenic"ty prvred to be perrianent,, strain Ondatra-4 did not retain its full im=iogenicity for long Etnd:was pronounced. unsuitable for live vaccine in 1946. Since that time, efforts were concentrated on.developing mathods of stabilizing high irmanogenicity in vaccinel. strainG. Freeze-drying according to Faybich-Talrarova's methad yielded a dry stock 1faich was convenient for storage but which loat its immnogenicity to a high degree by 1950. There- fore, the strains were cultivated in guinea pig. ovaries which. have a high hyalurovidane concentration, and ill 1953, after .10 I)assaget-1, thay reg-ained their previoua high imimnogeni city and ro -tained it after freeze-drying. After vaccirm-,Aon of volunteers proved their aviralence, the strains vere ratified for 1/2 USSR S.AITYKOVj R. A., et al., Zhurnal Mikrobiologii Epide M~I ologii i !==oblologii, iio 12, 1972, pp 64-70 serial manufacture of dry live tularemia vaccine. Albino mice are most suitable for testing the pathogenicity and guinea pigs for testing the ijm=ogenicity of vaccinal strains. Currently, GayskiyIn NIIEG strain No 15 yields the most i==ologieally potent tularemia vaccine.. USSR bDc: 681.32.G01 1fMWKMNMV~, G. M. NESMOV, P. V. , Vrr 11wire Substrate for Cylindrical Magneti6 Films" Elektron. tek-hnik-a. Nauch.-tekhn. sb. Mikroelektronika (Electronic Tech- nology.. Scientif ic and Technical, Collection. Microelectronics), 1971, -v-yp. 400), pp 164-175 (from RM-Avtomatika, Telemekhanika i Vychislitel'neYa Te~hnika, No 10, Oct 71, Abstract 11o, 10B137 F) Translation: Basic requirements are formulated which must be. satisfied by a wire substrate, and the influence of the substrate on the propertic-3 Of cylin.6-rical. magnetic films is analyzed. A detailed Investigation is mnd(, of the physical and mechanical properties-of thin BrB2 cop r-be Ili M .PC :cy IL alloy vire, and recomendations are given:on its use as -a cylindrical sub- stratc. A description is given of the technology -for making a precision vire substrate, including processes,of coxitinuous tempering, mechanical treatment by rotating diamond drav plates,and thermal stabiIiiation of properties. Seven illustrations, bibliography of nine title,..~ Resime. 86 USSR uDc: 621.396.666(o88.8) SALTYKOV, Ye. N., Ryazan Radio Engineering Institute "A Transistorized Gain Control Device" USSR Author's Certificate No 251019, filed 26 Aug 67, published 5 Feb 70 (froln RZh-Radiotekhnika, No 7, Jul 70, Abstract No 7D75 P) Translation: Gain control by changing the emitter current of a transistor does high-level signals without distortions. To expand tlie d:,,,- not provide passage o1 namic control range, the tank load.circuit of the transistor beinF, controlled is connected to a power supply through a capacitor-shunted semiconductor diode, while the voltage divider resistors in the base cir,:-uit of.the controlled transistor are connected between the poles of the power supply, Res=4- 7 USSR UDC 547.26,ii8 DA KRUGMI., YU-. L. U Ill- U, 11. A., LEYEVVSKAYA, G. A., I. V* -ALTYK2.y4,,,,L. I. "Reactio of 0--ii-i4no-0.0-DiallzylT)ho:3-ohites with c?(-Chloronitroso- n L - %J and C)Q-Ghloronitroallmnesj, Leninarad, 7hurnn I Obshc'he-k,, TI-il-mi Vol 41, No 10, 1 C)'? I , p-p 2338-2339 Abstract: A series o-, chcmical conversions of O-imino-O,O-dlall-yll (I) we~-e darried out at a tomoerature in the -10 o 0 deqrces, becaus~i of known instability oz~'' I at a ab o v e d e cz r e- es 37 art in, I- 0 ".. .T, the reaction-, t:)!' "ri a ll~yl. -ohoslDhitc.,i ~,-,itlh, cj~-'-chloronitrosc- Land-:~'-'Ichdoron-;troallanes r-avie, c_--e of T. -j'hos-nhites. The sl-ructure of the la4;, t, .-'-er ~ 'is d~.,ermined b- heir and 1,i sn~,ctra, Th~3 formulrs and somae Dh-sic~-l constants of the pronlirc are giver. OEM,, UDG 621-357-131669.28 RMUBOSWaNj A. X,j SALTYKOVA. N. A&,, TAWOVAj M. I., and MUTRWYARM, Z. S. "The Structure ef Continuous Depoolts of molybdenum Obtained from the Blectrol7sis of the Malt XC1-Y-3"oa'6 Tr, In-ta elektrokhiaii. Ural4sk. nauch. tsentr Ali SSR (Vorkis of the Institutj of Electrochemistry. ural Scientific Ceriter, Academy all. Sciences USSR)t VYP 18, 1972v pp 87-93 (from Referativayy Zhumal - Xhimiya., 110 8(II)s 1973, Abstract No 8L344 by B, B. Grinina). Abstracts A study was mado of the influence of the eloctrolysia Para- meters on the structure of the continuous.deposition of Xo prepared from a Malt cortaining M and VIOGI 0 The electrolysis wa3 c=ried out under an - '-Ipitate waa studiedustialagraphically and by atmosphere of argon. The pree X-ray analysis. The thickness was determined from the izicrease in weight. The radial texture by the ARXWOV zethod., The feasibility was demonstrated for preparing deposits of high purity Mo having a thickness of a new lat ftem, strictly chloride melts, For thirs, it is neceasaxy t4) IWO hi;,J) purity Bats as a starting material and high purity inert ~" to 60parate the ar'.017to from the catholyto, A number of mater1q,181, such as graphtte, W, Ft, Srv Fdq Au# Hap Fep nip amd Ag, W be used for the cathode and strongly cohesive p 2 USSR BARABOSHKIN, A- X-0 et La-, Tro In-ta 8,16ktrOMMU, Uraltzko nauch, teentr AN SSR9 Vyp 180 19721 PP 87-93 Pr8eipitatee may be obWned f=z chloride oxide melts, The texture of the growth is tyPe 3. It is produced by relatively high iates of growth of the grain having orientation of III perpendicular, to the substrate such that it is actually related to it by a twin structure, 2,A -c- U47 UNCLASSIFIED ~PROCESSING DATE--160CT70 .TITLE--POLYMER MICRODEFECTS AS THE CENTRES OF DESTRUCTIVE CRACKS INDUCED -BY LASER IRRAUIATION -U- AUTHQR-(05)-AGRANATj M.B., CHERNIAVSKIY# F.N.# NOVIKOV, N.P4, SALUENS'At S.S.r LAMPOLSKIY, P.A. i.-CMINMY OF INFO--USSR SOUR CE--NATUREt VOL. 226, APR. 25. 1970p P. 349-351 "12 "DATE PUBLISHED--25APR70 -~--&UBJECT AREAS--MATERI-ALS, PHYSICS ,~'~TOPIC TAGS--LASER RADIATION, CRACK PROPAGATION9 OIELEcrRIC MATERIAL, POLYSTYRENE RESIN, POLYCARBONATE ~~'~'.CCNTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS :~-DOCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED '--PROXY REEL/FRAME-1997/0433 --UK/0000/70/Z26/000/0349/0351 STEP No ~TRC ACCESSION NO--AP0119369 UNCLASSIFIED -77' 17-77 V2 047 UNC VAS S I F i PkOCE&SING DATE-16OCT70 '_.CIRC:ACCESSION NO--AP0119369 ~`~49.STRACWEXTIRACT-W) GP-0- AB-tTRACT. ~INVESTIGATION OF THE SIZE, LOCATION, STRUCTURE, AND PRUPERTIES OF MICRODEFECTS IN POLYMERS WHICH ACT AS CENTERS OF DISK SHAPED DESTRUCTIVE CRACKS INDUCED IN THESE MATERIALS BY LASER IRRADIATION. IRRADIATED TRANSPATENT DIELECTRICS INCLUDING POLYMETHYLMETHACRYLATEt POLYSTYRENEr ANDPOLYCARBONATE ARE CONSIDERED, AND THE EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE IS DESCRIBED, THE -,...EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS SUGGEST THAT THE 141 'CRODERECT NUCLEI ARE MICROPORES OF'THE EXAMINED MATERIALS. FACIL-ITY: AKADE-1411A NAUK SSSRs "-JNSTITUT PROBLEM MEKHANIKI. MOSCOWs USSR. UNCLASSME0 --mom USSR UDC 629.7.063.7f%088.8) SKOTNIKOV, P~ A., SALTAYS, E. A., SALWIN, V. GRAMR, 11. P., M"YALOV, V. I. "Bypass Valve for Aircraft Rngine Lubri66tion S~ystem" USSIR Authors' Certificate, Class B 64 d 33/00, F 16 k 5/00, No. 305104, An- nounced 3 rebruary 1970, Published 10 September 1971 (from RZh-Aviatsionnyye i raketnyye dvigateli, No 4, Apr 72, Abstract No 4.34.66 PO Translation: A bypass valve for an aircraft lubrication system according to Authors Certificate No. 295712 (see RZh-Aviatsionnyye i rak-etnyye dvigateli, 1971, 12.34,42) is patented but is distinguished by the fact that to reduce hydraulic resistance the cavity of the shut:--off element is separated by a par- tition into two chambers, radial slits in which have opposite angular displace- ment relative to the corresponding -,,lits in.the overlapping bushing separated from the bimetallic spiral by a cylindrical screen. 2 ill., Resume. 1/Z 049 UNCLIASSIFYIN) P'I~OCES`SING OATE--023CTIO TlTLE---WPKA;4lJLECULAP STRUCTURE OF 6LOCK POLYSTYRENE A-10 POLYCARBDNATC. -Ul~l -_-AUTHrit-,'-(05)-C,EP,ASIMfJVj V.I., KARGIN, V.A., NOVIKOYS N..3., SALUYEIIYA, S.S., CHERNYAVSKAYA, O.A. .~CCUNTkY OF '--NFO--USSR :~40UKE-VYSOKUMOL. SOEOIN.t $Ego A .1970,: IM) 382-T ~',-'DATE ~PUBLISHED- ____70 "SUBJECT AREAS--CHEMISTRY, MATERIALSt PHYSICS __~_TOPIC TAGS--MOLECULAR STRUCTURE, LASER RADIATION9 POLYSTYRENE RESIN, POLyr-ARBONATE, X RAY DIFFPACTION, ELECTI~ON MICROSCOPY, IR SPECTROSCOPY, PULYMER STRUCTURE :~CONTROL MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS "ll DOCUME NIT, CLA SS-UNCLASSI F I ED ""PROXY REEL/FRAME--1989/0253 STEP NO--VR/0459/70/~')12/002/0382/0387 :~CJRG ACCESSION NO--AP0106909 UNCLAS$IFIED ---------------- 212 049 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE-02OCT70 GIRC ACCESSIONNO-APOICS909 GP-0- ABSTRACT. LASER IRRAO,11. OF RELATIVELY LOW ENERGY CAUS-,E-S THE SEPN. BETWEEN MOL. AGGREGATES U-4., L968); HIGHER PRODUCE MICROFISSURE-S. X RAY DIFF:A.CTLI'ETRY, ELECTRON ENERGY LASE-, BEAMS fl M MICROSCOPY,,AND IR SPECTROSCOPY OF RLOCK POLYSTYRENE (1) AND POLYCARBONATE (11) SAMPLES BEFORE AND'AFTER LASER IRRADN. SHOWED THAT BOTH ARE AMORPHOUS; I HAS A GLOBULAR AND 11 A FIBRILLAR STRUCTURE. UNCLASSIFIED 112 015 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE-30OCT70 q TITLE-ANALYSIS OF TUMOR TRANSFORMATILN OF TISSUES, 11. BIOCHEMIC;4L DEDIFFERIENTIATION OF TISSUE DURING CARCINOGENESISo CHANGES OF CRFATINE AUTHOR-(05J-SALYAMQjj._.,Lr L.P.9 OSTRETSOVAP [.B., LYZLQVAV -&.v ASHMARINP S-N.9 PLU VA, G.f CCUNTIRY Oi:'INFO-USSR 12( 1) '102-10 SOURCE-TSITOLOGIYA 1970v T EPUBLISHED-70 ~~.SUSJECT AREAS-BIOLOGICAL AND MEDICAL SCIENCES i_'T`OPIC TAGS-TUMOR# TISSUE PHYSIOLOGY, CELL PHYSIOLOGYv ENZYME ACTIVITY# CARCINOGEN, CARBON TETRACHLORIDE, LEAD COMPOUNDe BENZENE DERIVATIVE ~.CCNYROL MARKING-NO RESTRICTIONS .i_.00CUMENT CLASS-UNCLASSIFIfiD ":PIROXY REELIFRAME-3001/2107 STEP NO-UR/9053/701012/00i/0102/0110 11'.. -C,IRC ACCESSICN,NO--AP0127480 UNCLAS54M Z/2 015 UNCLASSIFIED PROCESSING DATE-30OCT70 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP012T480 -ABSTRACT/L-XTRACT-(U) GP-0- ABSTRACT. CREATINE KINASE 11) AND ALK. :--PH0SPHA'sASE (III ACTIVITY WAS STUDIED IN TRANSPLANTABLE TUMORS (HEPATONA IN C SUB3 HA MICE, HEPATGMA 27 AND KIDNEY TUMOR A8-12 IN RATS) AND TISSUES OF MICE AND RATS ADMINISTERED CARCINOGENIC COMPOS. ICCL SUB4V PBIOAC)SU829 URET14ANE AND 31r4#BEZNOfALPHA) PYRENE). I ACTIVITY WAS INCREASED 3 FOLD IN HEPATOMA 2T AND 5-10 FOLD IN HEPATOMA 22A. IT INCREASED ALSO UP TO 2 FOLD DURING THE HEPATOCARCINOGENESIS IN MICE AFTER CCL SUB4 ADMINISTRAT ION. AFTER THE ADMINISTRATION OF 3v4t8ENZGlALPHA)PYRENE# I ACTIVITY IN SKELETAL MUSCLES DECREASEU TO 56PERCENT OF THE NORMAL VALUE WITHIN Zb DAYS AND A SIMILAR DECREASE WAS FOUND IN KIDNEYS OF RATS ADMINISTERED PB ACETATE. HOWEVER, I ACTIVITY IN THE LIVER WAS INCREASED* 11 ACTIViTY IN THE LIVER OF MICE ADMINISTERED CCL SU84 INCREASED UP TO 3 FOLD DURING THE IST FEW DAYS THEN RETURNED TO NORMAL VALUES. PB ACETATE CAUSED A DECREASE IN 11 ACTIVITY IN THE KIDNEY AND KIDENY TUMORS. AFTER Tl* ADMINISTRATION OF URFTHANEt 11 ACTIVITY IN THE LIVER INCREASEDo IT WAS CONCLUDED THAT CHEM*~ CARCINGGENESIS IS ACCOMPANIED BY 8EPRESSLONS-ANU DEREPRESSIONS OF GENF-$ REGULATING THE SYTHES!S 0F.E.NZYMESAN CERTAINJ15SUESo ACLLLTY: LAS. PATHOL. PHYSLOL.' -TUMORGROWT Hp INST*' (INCOL.o LENINGRAD* UNCI ASSIFlEQ___ UDC 51 WIN, V. D., KUROV, B. N., SALYGA, V. I. "Synthesis of Algorithms for Cont~rolling Complex Systems" Pribory i sistemy avtomatiki. Resp. mezhved. temat. nauch.-tekhn. sb. (Devices and Systems of Automation. Republic Interdepartmental Thematic Scientific and Technical Collection), 1973, vyp. 26, pp 107-111 (from RZh-Kibernetika, 110 7, Jul 73, abstract No 7V553 by the authors) Translation: The problem of comparing competing algorithms by means of a standard algorithm is considered. A criterion of relative effectiveness and conditions of comparison are fornralated. The question of determininE the number of tests when comparing algorithms on a given time interval Is considered. The given conditions for comparing solutions can be used in selecting the most effective algorithm for system. specific a energy 11.11-11111 M 1.. 1-1-- 1. 1 M. USSR UDC: 8.74 8ALYGA. V. I.. SIRODZ.HA, I. B. "Teaching a Machine Optimm- Control of a Multifactor Object Wi-th tile Use of a'Recognition Algorithm by the R-Ftnetion Method" Pribory i siztEy avtomatiki. Resp. mezhved. temat. nauch,tekhn. sb. (De- vices: and Systems for Automation. Repifolic Interdepartmental 'Menatic Scien- tific and Technical CoIlect-_'on) 1, 1912, VYP-L 22 i:'pp 23-31 (from RZh-Kiber- netika, No 6, Jun 72, Abstract No 6V578) Translation- The paper deals with problems of synthesizing teacliable con- trolLaySteMS vhich utilize methedr. of the theory of automatfc pattern recog- nition. Experimental results are presented on teachine; control of a flo- tation process to a computer. Authors' abstract. USSR UDC: 8. 711 SIRODZHA, I. B. , ~A~YG&,Jj.Z4, 14YSHY~O, Ye. I., VASILE21KO, Yu. A., KARTA- SHOV, L. N., PRYP14ITSKIY, A. M., ICUZIMA, 0. 1. modeling the Process of Teaching Pattern Recognition by the Method of R-Ftmctions With the Use of a Digital Computer" Probl. bioniki. Resp. mezhv d. temat. nauch.-tekhn. sb. (ProbleLms of Bionics. Republic Interdepartmental Thematic Scientific and Technical Collection), 1971, vyp. 7, pp 106-112 (from RZh-Kibernetika, No 4, Apr 72, Abstract No 4V582) Translation: The paper deals with a mathematical model o1' instruction vhoselbasis is a developed learning algorithm of patterm recognition distinguished by the use of a fundamentally nev.procedure of predicative description of arbitrary geometric fctrms in multidimensional spaces with the aid of R-functions. Authors' Abstract. USSR UDC: 621.372.85 KRAMMUK0, V. F. Z1111,07, V. S. ,SALYGA. V. I., U-STIMFIV-0, V. V. BALI- ZAVK)V, B. 11. , BAFMMIOV, 0. D. "On the Possibility of Const-ructing Automwbia Matching Circuits in the Microwave Band" Pribom i sistew avlomatiki. Resp. mezhved. naucb.-teklln. sb. (Devices and Systems for Automation. Republic Interdepartmental GeJentific and TechnicAl Collection), 1971, Vyp. 15!, pp 15-77 (from RM-Radiote-khnika, No 6, Jun 71, Abstract No 6B186) Translation: The authors consider circuit designs for automatic matchers for waveguide channels. Possible versions for practical realization of these circuits are considered, and it is also pointed ou'L that impedcLnce transformers based on using bodies of the proper shape can be used in automatic matchers. It is concluded that adaptive automatic matchers can be made for operation over a wide frequency band, Res=6. !177" USSR uDc: 62i.316-543(o88.8) UTKIN, V. K. , SALY-14, G. Ya. "A Switch" USSR Author's Certificate No 277902, filed 14 Mar 69, published 12 Nov 70 (from RZh-Radiotekhrika, No 6, Jun 71, Abstract No 6v4ig,p) Trcnslation: This switch contains linearly arranged contact groups, and a rotating roller above these groups vith commutating elenenU and detents forthe working positions. As a distinguishing feature of the patent, the design is Gimplified and operating reliability is improved by locating the roller inside the cylindrical cavity of the switch housI-ng, ;~nd by using spring-loaded balls which fit into holes in the valls of the hous-ing and are arranged in radial grooves in the switch as the cammut&Ung elemeints and detents. USSR UDC: 621.375-82 FAR ETROV, V. V., FRTjC1f1N,-A. A., SALYLK, L. I., TO, A. P. "Focusing Laser Emission in Optical Memory Devices" Kiev, Pokusirovka lazernogo izlucheniya v opticheskikh zapominayushchikh .-Us 270 tvakh. AN USSR.:In-t.elektrodinam. (cf.~Fnglish above, LJkrSSTI Academy YS of Sciences., institute of Electrodynwrics) i Pr6print No. 54, i9T3, 17 pp, ill.Z2,7 k., mimeo. (from RZh-Fizi;ka, No,11, Nov'~ 732' abstra'.ct No IlDi443~ Ire'sume'l) Translation: Concentration of laser emission,into a spot of fairly small dimensions is considered. Different types of focusing syster~s are analyzed. Graphs are,presented showing the emission density and size of the focused -functions of 'he parameters of the optical system. It i6 shown that spot as 6 in an optical memory device with discrete data recording it is advisable to use a focusing system with telescope. 2? Marine USSR SALYUK, V. G. "Jet Ship Roll Accelerator" 'USSR Author's Certificate No 383649 (from Otkryttya,, Izobreteniya, Promyshlen- nyye obraztsy,_Tovarwjye znaki (Discoveries, Inventions, Industrial Models, Trademarks), No 24, 1973, page 50) Translation: This jet ship roll accelerator containing lateral nozzles and a kinetic energy source is distinguished by the fact that in order to improve its efficiency, the lateral nozzles are located above the deck superstructures, for example, in the upper part of the smokestack on the starboard and part sides, and they are executed with automated conti:ol using a gyrotransmitter which regulates louvers, and the source of kinetic energy is executed in the form of a turbodompressor jet engine- 1/2 I- 2/2 1 :t/Z 021 UNCLASSIFIC-0 PROCES.-JNG OATE-27NOV70 _T '-.T'l.LE--ELECTR0MAGNETIC PROCESSES IN THE AUTOEXCITATEON SYSTEM OF ERATORS WITH MAGNE*r[C AMPLIFIERS -11- N A.G., SALYUTINI.A.A.,L MOKBOV9 V.V. C-;OtATRY OF- INFO -USSR :'_%SOUP.C E--140 SCOW, ELEKTRICHESTVOP NO 3t 19701 pp 47-52 ,,QATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 :-4 -ddJECT ARE. NICS A~* ~,'_ _S AS--~-PHYSICS, ELEcrRo NO ELECTRICAL ENGR ENERGY O_ P I _ROPUL TOPIC TAGS-RECTR K FIFC. TIMIAGN~TlC AMPLIFIER _IC GENERATOR, ELECTROMAGNEV ,1--CONTROL l0.AqKfNG--f40 RESTRICTIONS CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED PROXY REEL /FRAME--3006/ 1748 STEP NO--L)R/OL05/70/000/003/ijO47/0052 CIRC ACCESSION N10--AP0135,319 millim UNMAN mfam-Ifl, 0111f, 2/2 021 UNCL ASS I FIED 13ROCESS 1,"! 5- nivrt~--27NOV70 CIRC ACCESSION t,"O--AP0135319 AaSTRAlC-T/EXTRA---T--(U) GP-0-- ABSTRACT. THE ARTICLE OFALS 1411",l S ',L- Pi N I - c: SELFEXCIrATIO SYSTE!",S OF TH:l E EPHASE. GENEkATOJIS WITil A I N,,~ S NO IETRICAL VOLTAGE SUPPLY. IN ~Af I TWO PHASE ASSYt~ S THE SELF EXCITATION CIRCUIT WITIA A IMEDIAN POUNT UNDER C"\lol I L.- S F T I S 0,,,~(, . ;SrEO. .SUPPLY WITH 45SYMETRIC TWO PHASE VOLTAGE OF THE SO')RCF J THE ANALYSIS WAS CARRIED OUT WITH USE OF APPROXIMATION DF THE :MfG-'llET.ILATI0;'q CURVE OF THE CORES OF MAGNETFC, AMPLIFIER ~DY TWO SLAINTING 'L -jLTAGES AND -INES IS DISCUSSED. ANALYTICAL EXPRESS[ON,S: WERE DERIVEO OF %1r ,~~--,GURRENTS FOR COMMUTATIOiN AND EXTRA COMMUTATION OPE;,ATIIJN OF VALVES INHICH TERISTICS OF Tfi~ CONTR3L OF MAGNETIC .:MAOE,lT-.-P0SSIBLE TO DETERMINE CHARAC ~.~.,~:.Z-AMPLIFIER. RESULTS OF THE ANALYSIS HAVE BEEN CONFIRMED BY EXPERIMENTAL JNVEST I GAT I ONS. UNCLASSIFIED USSR UDC: 621.375.826'+621.039.64 e &'IGEL, R. WITKOWSKI, S. , BALWHACKER, H., BUCHL, K. , ELDMIUNIN, PFIR.Cff =,ZMANN, H. HORA, H., MENNICKE, H., MULSER, P., "Survey of Studies of Laser-Produced Plasmas at the Ma;- Planck Institute of Plasma Physics in Garching, Ifest Germany" Moscow, Kvantovaya Elektronika, Sbornik;Statey, No 2(8), 1972, pp .37-44 Abstract: The paper is a survey of experimontal and theoretical research on laseT-produced plasmas done at the Max Planck Insti- tute of Plasma Physics in Garching. Experiments are describod on heating of a plasma by cinission from a neodymium laser with energy of 30 J and pulse duration of approximately 30 ns. The plasma temperature was measured by a filter method; the time of flight and average kinetic energy of the ions were measured by probes. A laser uith a single pulse lasting a few picoseconds is described. The results of theoretical studies done on com- puters are presented. [The article is: a brief version of a paper presented to the editors by the organizational coijimittoc of the 1/2 i I - 1,10 - PROICESU:XG ffil::'~ -20N -!V'7C, 021 TlTLE-l I- FOP I W, LIIALU~lflf';'l 0" 'HE -IMPL]YMIENT ILC F TH.' L-V TW -PAT I T I S AND L I Vr-k C I RPkii S I S -U- fFi:Cf IVENESS CF T'~E;jrm NT OF k-1:6N, IC klL j S ANA L, .4 S h G R"STIUMUMA, L.T. 'Y "CCONT RY L' FI N FC----U S S R SOURCE-AEUMINSKAYA RADIGLOGIYA, 1970, VOL 15o PIR 6, J)P 4(?-54 DATE. PULISHEO ------- 70 ~,StliiJECT AKIAS-61CLCGICAL AiNj MEDICAL SCIENCES .,,,TOPIC TAGS-81GLOGIC STAIN, DIAGriasric. oIzuG, HEPATITIS, Cli(RHOSIS, LIVER i~UNCTION, IODINE ISGTOPE, GULD ISOTOPE, CHEM ICAL LMJULL ING ~DLICUME;AT CU~ SS-U.NCLA S S H-1 Ef) PROXY RELL/Ff'AME--j'603/I0?J STEP NO--UR/02itL/70/015/(,'O~~)/otl49/(~if)54 40-AVO 1 3~" I'l.").5 PROCESS I `- D A rc,-2o,~ Ljv -to 121 0-41 UINC L A S S I F I ED C I R(; ACCESS IG:N NG--APOlAQ55 -b PA*( I N T'S R E ST,'ACT/&X-JAACT--(U) GIP-0- A-,-~STPACF. 4 rOTAL OF 32 EXAV It, ED. 3C/u'-'NIN-G OF TtAL LIVER 'oAS Pci-!-~r"ORMEI) 1,;Illi THE AID, OF BENGAL RESULTS LAGELLED WITF I ANO COLLOIDAL AU PA[Mi-L'Cy8- THE -0 t CLiNICAL GisSERVATIGN i,; N MC T" I #'j N'~lk L OEk I VL f- kl' CO-MPARI-0 i,,1 fl, UATA OF ::..'.:A-lVER TESTS . REPEATED SCANNING OF THE LlVFR REFLLCTS THE -HF- PISCASE ANO MAY F.,L- li-iPLLYEG AS PIN ObJECTIVE CRII.RIGN CF THE ~EFFECTJVENESS OF TRE-AfiliEr1r. FAC I L ITY: NIAUCHINU-ISSLEO. INSTITUT ;:"-.---,C-%.KCLGGll I TERAPIl 11Z G UNCLASSI FI.E9. PR.CtES5!f,1W- uATE--13N0V70 -112 014 _Tz1:TL--_--PR;_:PARATIQN OF A vANADIu,1.*, CATALYST FGK.~JHE OXIDATIffli Qv. SLILFUR. A(1b401R-(04)-8ORESK0%6 G.K. DZISKO, V ,A. SAMAKHOVr A A. t YU01NAP T.D. 441UNTRY OF INFO--USSR 266t737 LEFE E N C E- - TO K i~.Y T I Y AIZ08R;:T.j PR6N. 08RAZTSYr T0Vt4PJ%Y[ V,.' A K 11970t REAS--CdEMISTRY ---SUBJECT AQ --METAL CATALYST, IM CA' -MICAL ''T.'01'HESIS, VANADIUM,~ TOP! C TAGS CHE L L PATENT CiiL UX 10 AT I ON tSULFUR DIOXIDE, SILICA GEL C ONTR OL "4 A R K 1 NG - -k E 5 rR I C T 10 N S GLASS-UNCLASSIF LED /0,000 PkOXY PEEL/FRAME-3004/1742 S TF P1,10--,Uk /04J2/ 0 -;CIRC ACCESSIOiN NO-AA0132008 ~:'.2/ 2, 014 UNC L.", S 5 1 F I E D P, 4 0 C fi SS, I P4 G!)A T::--- 13 N 0 V 7 0 ~t IRC ACCESSION iNG-AAOL32008 -ABSTRACT/ZXT,RACT--(U) GP-0- AiiSTRACT. A' V CATALYST F C'N" S 0 S U 8 2 0 X I D IN ~[AS U&TAINED 3Y MIXING SILICA GEL W I TH SO S61,34, K :7_~IjLt2 N A SUBZ 50 SIJB47 "AND V COMPDS. TO 06TAIN A CATALYST ACTIVE AT LOW TE--flirdS., AF TO PROTECT THE. EQUIPMENT FROM PREPG. CATALYSTS FRO14 CORROSIDNI, EL Jf: HY AT V SU82_0 SUB5 OF3TAINE0 3Y T14E AD!i[:Slf]N OF DI'L, 1-t sn,-~ s bSuf-..4 TO A SULN. .-OF K VANADATE.TU CONST. PH 4 PLUS OR MINUS I t~e'AS FCP, 'iV FACILITY: INSTITUTE OF ACADEMY C, FSCIENICE-$, U.1S.S.R. CATALYSISI U NC L A'S T. F I -7~ USSR UDC 621.373.826:550.3 NCITE - e -OSTNT, V. V., ARSHMOV, Yu. F., DOr -3111.0 V A., ZUYEV, V. Y K and SAI-101-MrALOV, I - V. "Propagation of T.aser Radiation f or 2.3 6 I-L-Lcrons 'in Art if ic ial Dispersing Hedia" -e-isv dohl. 'Noscow, V sb. X Vses. konf. po ra-sprostr. radiovoln. r-. ulie Propagation oi iiad-~o .(Tenth. All-Union Uonference on ~Report Theses-col-lection of i-Ilorks) "BlanLm, " 1-372, T)?, 157-161 (from Radiotek ika, 111o 10, 1972, Abstract 10D4'39) RZh--I Lhn Translation: Results are given Df a otudy of the attenu~ation opd inverse scatterine of -diation from a laser u~jin~; [-'F2:1')' a n d 1 Ie - He mi-4turc 0 d i w- 2-36j%) 63 pO in a me Some types of natural clouds, J'-o,-s, Lnd wood oroll--e. BiblioGrar~-`i.-/ of five. A. L. USSR UDC WY I. V. and BAIXT, ~YU. S., :Institute of Atmos- =EV, V. Y-r,., 1, ~O ~g iric Optics- Siberian liepartment of the Acad6my of Sciences USSR h p M th "Study of Atmospheric Ground Layer and Clouds, by'14darl le 0d" Tomsk, Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedeniy!' Flzika, No 5 197 2 pp 125- 128 Abstracts The article describes equipment for etudyirg the atnospheric ground layer and clouds by the laser radex method. Radiation emit-Led by the laser is collimated by an optical system and is sent to the atmosphere by neans of two flat mirrors. Part of the radiation strikesi photocell, -by means of wbich oscillograph scanning is begim, and is sent through a 120-nz;ec delay 'Line to the input of a vertical-deflection amplifter:(the reffirenca signal is measured). The radiation reflected by the atmosphere is detected by a :receiving system and is,recorded (photographed) on the oscill6graph through a 480-nsec delay line, vhich provides -time division of the veference and roflected -signals. A giant-pulEe laser with a wavelength of 69431 and a~xradiation pulse duration of 60 nsec is used. An FEU-83 photoim1tiplier with a cat'hode follower is 1/2 zm-'Ev, V. YE., et al., Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedeniy Flzika, No 5, 1972, PP 125-128 used as the sensitive element of the receiving system., An SI-11 pulse rapid-record oscillograph is used to record the reference azid reflected sig- nals. The use of narrow-band filters AX = 20 ~) permits a sh-arp increaze in.the signal-noise ratio and enables atmospheric studies tD De carried on in the-daytime (in cloudy weather). Results are given for measurements of -the radiation attenuation coefficient -in the atmospher~ic ground layer, in clouds and in fog, at the proving ground of the Siberian Ynysicotechnical Institute during Ppril-July 1970, The authors thank V. S. SHk.%NAYEV for his activit part in the mieasure- mentS 2/2 IJSSR UDC 547.261118 GORBATENKO, Z. I., BOhDAR#, V. A., and SAMARAY, L. 1.0 Institufe of OrGanic Chemistry-, Academy of Science M-rainian-SSIr- "The Reaction of Diarylchloromethylisothiocyanates with Dithiophosphoric azd Dithlophosphonous Acids' Leningrad, Zhurnal Obshchey XhWi. Vol 42(104), Vyp 11, 19?2t pp 2580-ICAI Abstracts Diphenylchloromethylisothiacyanates react uith the ~),O-dietliex-- of dithiophosphoric acid and with diaryldi-thiophosphonous acid3:in the -esence of triethylamine at room temperature in an inert -,Solventv re5ijIt'Ing horus a in Sm-isothiocrdnatodiphanylzethyl ethers ol the resIxictive, phosp. cid as shown below a 4 rv Ph-'C--N(,S + RX(S)SH fill P(S) -4111C C S CI 11-OPL, 0111-1, 6111t. Pit. The IR spectraof (I) conteln intense absorpUon baaa in the arijit 2050-2060 Cz- which are characteristic of the NCS group, 9 - USSR UDC 51V?.26 IVANOVA, ZH. X. GUSAR' K. I. 1$JR0,,HICM1qC0, V. V.!- SARARAY, L. I., Institute of Organic Chenistry, Academy of:Sciences "A Method of Making Triphosphoric Acid Isocyanide Dichlorides" Moscow$ Otrytiya, Izobreteniyap ProvWshlenny-je Obraztay, TovarnTje Znaki, No 15, Apr 73, Author's Certificate.No 3743210 Division 0, filed 25 Jun 71, published 20 ~hr 73, p 52 Translationi This Author's Certificate Introducest :1. A method of making triphouphoric acid isocyanide dichlorides of the general f ormula S R0\11 C1 where R is an alkyl. As a distinguishing feature of the patento an alkyl dichlorophosphite is reacted with 11-chlorosulphenyl isocyanida dichloride W"th subsequont Isolation of the goal product by,conv0nti=i1 jaethocUj. 2. A modification of this metod- distinguished by the fact that the alkyl dichloro.. phosphite and 11-cblorosulfenyl isocyanide dichloride are.tdken In a molax ratio of 211. 3. A not,1ificatlon of this 6ethad diBtingv1shed by the fact that the proce5s is done at 40-50OC- 1/1 - 22 USSR UDC 547.26,j-18 GORBATENKO, V. I. KRUGLIK, L. I., and ap Chemistry, Academy of Sciences, Ukrainian SSE of Organic "Isocyanatodiarylmethyl O,O-Diaryl Phosphonates" Leningrad, Zhurnal Obshchey Xhimii, Vol 43 (105), No 5, May 73, pp 1043-1047 Abstract: Previously it had been shown that ketimines react with rhosgene yielding a mixture of tautomers: and 0(. -chloroalkyl isocyanates. The mixture of these tautomers reacted with acid or neutral phos- phites in presence of triethylamine acting as an acceptuor for hydrogen chloride yielded isacyanatodiarylmethyl 0,0-diaryl phosphonates -.- viscous light yellow liquids. They are not except-Jonally reactive~with primary amines and with alcohols in presence of catalytic amounts of,triethylamine. Vi USSR UDC 546-185 KOWDYAZIMY, 0. 1. , AMARAY. L. I and GAYDAMAKA, S. R,, Institute of Organic Chemistry, Academy of Sciences Ukrainian SSR "Anionotropic Conversion of bis(Trichloromethyl)chlorophosphazocarbonyI Chloride" Leningrad, Zhurnal Obshchey Khimii, Vcl 41, No 8, Aug ?1, p 18?2 Abstracti bis(Trichl4)romethyl)chlorophosphazohydride reacts i(ith oxalyl chloride to give bis(l-.richloromethyl)chlorophOSDhazoox.-ay1 chloride. The latter decomposes on heating to 1200 to give car'bon monixide and a mixture of Is omers -- bis(trichloromethyl)dichloroisocyanatophosDhorus and bis(trichlox- .2ethyl)chlorophosphazcicarbonyl chloridet UV spectra indicate nobile equilibrium of the Isomers in the mixture, which is characteristic of tau- tozeric systems. USSR UDC 632.95 PROTOPOPOVA, G. V., RAYDALOVA, L. I., KOLODY-kZMNY, 0. 1. , SAXARAY,.1. I., and DERKACH, G. I., Institute of Organic Chemistry, Acadalry-of Scienices 0 the UkrSSR "A Pesticide" USSR Author's Certificate No 253483, filed 25 Nov 68, published 8 Apr 70 (from RZh-Khimiya, No 3, 10 Fab 71, Abstract No 3N553 P) Translation: N-(O-alkyl-S-alkylthiophosptiono)-S-ethvlui:ethati-as have LD-() 170 mg/kg for warm-blooded animals and have systemic and contact insecti- cidal and acaricidal action. Most toxic forhouseflies is (C1130)(L-113S)- (P(O)N1HCOSC2145 (1); 0.01 mg per fly, thi&compound was 92% fatal (the corresponding figure for chlorophos is 53%); for weevils of the rice and cereal type, most toxic is (C1130)(C1211 S)P(0)N'1'0OSC211c "Ilich 'vas 1001 fatal at 0.25 mg/dm2 and 100% lethal for ap9ids at 6.005 m-'Idl,,12, Co-zipound 1 is most effective for systemic action on aphids. In field experiments an controlling beet weevils, compound I in a dose of I 1,S/ha was neariv as effective as heptachlor at 2 ig/ha, and is at least as persistent in its effect. Compound I at 0.5 kg/ha was nearly as effective against beet aphid-s as rogor at 0.3 kg/ha. 46 ..... ... . - MINE N NG '~ATE-13i'.,CV70 1j J,! PR": GGESS vi OL9 C L t, S SF. I LO ; TITLE-150CYANATES Gr' PHOSPHOPIC -,ilj T;~--i-ICIPHOSPHORIC Aclos~ --u- L.I., '~J'0L'jDYAZHNyYi 1. O-V., DERKACH, -G *moo-- -C~GUNTRY OF INFO--usspl E'. ~-ZH. 06SHCH. KHIM.. 11970, 40(4).9 T50-4 O-ATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SU~WE CT Af4iE:AS--Cl-iE?lIST.RYt 31OLOGICAL ANG 14EDICAL SCI ENCES PFOSPHURUS COMPOUND) All I'D FPHOSPHORUS SUL F 10 E INSECTICIDEt ORCAINIC ISC-rYANATE C Cl I TQ L K 1 N G - - t V iE 5 T R I C f 10 i i S DOCUMENIT C LA S S - - U IN C LS S I F I E D PR9XY STEP CIRC ACCE-5.5113N L A I I U."Ic 1. A 5 s I F I c- 0 008 UNlClASSIFtE0!..- PROCESSING DATE-301]CT70 I-TLE-ALPHA ALKENYL ISOCYANATES. -U- -4UTHOR-(03)-VISHNEVSKIYt O.V.i SAMARAY, L.I., DERKACHr G.I. .,~CUNTRY OF INFO--USSR ~~SOURCE-ZH. ORG. KHIM. 1970, 613), 468-72 OATE PUBLISHED ------- 70 SUBJECT AREAS-CHEMISTRY ~'~TOPK TAGS--ORGANIIL-ISOCYANATE, CHEMICAL SYNTHESISj CHLORINATIONP BENZENE DERIVATIVE ~;_(.CNTROL_MARKING--NO RESTRICTIONS .4,)OCUMENT CLASS--UNCLASSIFIED REEL/FRAt4E--1992/1656 STEP NO-1-UR/0366/70/006/003/0468/0472 CIRC ACCESSION NO--AP0112650 UNCL4SSIFFIE0 PROCESSING DATE--30OCT70 2/2 008 UNCLASSIrIED~, RR fJRI,'4El-CHCPH:NH [Rr R PRIME1 ORG. KHIMos KIEVP ---UNC IL A i i I FTED USSR W, 547.26 lu.8 SAMA -L.I., KOWDYAMPYY 0.1., VISMMMSMi O.V., and D_'MKACH, G.I. (Deceased) BAY, Institute of Organic Chemistry, Kiev, Academy of Sciences Ukrainian SSE Isocyanates of Phosphoric and Thiophosphoric Acids. III" Leningrad, Zhurnal Obshchey Khimii, Vol 40, No 4, Apr 70, PP 750-754 Abstract: Isocyanates of phosphoric acids react ;vith hydrazoic acid to give N-azidocarbonylphosphamides. The latter readily enter into oxidative imination reactions with phosphines and. phosphites to give corresponding phosphazo compounds. Isocyanates of phosphoric acid eaters interact with E-caprolactam on 4eating in a benzene solution to give N-phosphonocarbamoyl- C-caprolactams. Isocyanates of dialkyl- thio- and dialkylphosphoric acid react with alcohols (Aiercaptans) to give N-phosphorylated urethanes~and th iolurethanes possessing high in- and' ;contac.t. 1,; LIPTUGA took secticidal.--, activityp both- systemi,c the work* USSR IM 547.26,.u8 titute of ___AY,-L. I.,, KOLODYAMM, 0. 1., and DERMACH, G.I., (Deceased~, Ins Organic Chemi;try, Kiev, Academy of Sciences Ukrainian SSR .-"Reaction of Amides of Pentavalent Phosphorus Acids With Phosgene" Leningrad, Zhurnal Obshchey Khimii, Vol 40P No 4, Apr 70, pp 754-758 Abstract: The interaction of amides of dialkylphosphoric and dialkyl- thiophosphoric acids with phosgene 4ves a mixture of prQducts, viz. isocyanates of the corresponding acids and adducts of the amides with hydrogen chloride. The direction of the reaction -.if phoagene with amides of pentavalent phosphorus acids is discussed. Two possible re- action schemes are suggested, with ;be likelier scheme bein.- one in which the initial event is the formation of an 0-w,~yl dorivativo of the arnidaphosphatat This is confirmed by the resul,ts o.'I' a atudy of the interaction of phosgene with dialkyl caters of 11-moiloalkylarnido- phosphoric acid, which show that acId cbIcrides ol' alkyj esters of io. N-alkylamidophosphoric acid are mainly formed. An except -1 is di- ethylamidophosphoric acid# which is phosgenated to ethyl eater of N-m give diothyl eater of ti-methyl-K-ahlorocarbc?nylaitILi,~l~iphosl)horic acid. im N 7 7 .71~~ USSR UDC 547.26,118 SAMARAY~ L. I., KOLODYAZILN'YY, 0. 1., and DEFEACH, G. I., (DECEASED), "TMWTMZ~~'Organic Chemistry, AcadenW of Sciences Ukrainian SSR ".Reaction of Pentavalent FhosDhorus Acid Airides With Oxalyl Chloride" Leningrad, Zhurnal Obshchey I Vol 4 oa),_998 Khimii, 0, No 5, May 70, 1DP --j m t 1, Abstract: Diesters of acid reac. iith oxalyl chloride to give 2,3--disubstit-uted phos-phaoxa-,oIid.,ne-4-,' diones. -ion of diet-hyl estuar of DT-iso The interaev propylmni ophosphoric acid (R-_C2H5It Rl--i-o C311 ) with oxrL!y-l chloride giveo, along with dione, the acid clil~rid'e of ethyl ester of N-isopropylnmidoplho'sphoric -diones ar ydrolyzed by water to N- acid. PhosDhaoxazolidine-4,5 e h u alkyloxaminic acids and alkyl phosphates and react witki alcohols to give N-phos-Phorylated oxaminic acids. 54 FrO i Pw~ ~ii ~VM MONINVOMM I I I 90OD6v New method. for preparing acyl isocyatates. Delava'I". P.; Galenk-0, G. F~: Derkach - 1. 1ki KNI1771'"M (Irist. Org. Khim,t Kiev, 1,755R).:, Z 9 87-791Russ.). The reaettoit (it X(~:(:NR)017,t: or RC(': NH,EICI)- ve RC(Ot,0:.\COCOC1 (11) 1R is M1, OEt CU) Nvith (COCI), ga 'C' CH2CICC12, Ph, P-CIC61i4, P-02-\ s14j, or 3-piperitlyl). The reacticri of PhC(:R*C1'~OFt with (COCI), also gave,11 (R Ph). Heating 11 at 110-3,07 gave RCO' X - 0; It react with moisture irt X '\7COCOtR) or the air giving 1, %vith R'011 giving RC(OSt)- with RINE2 giving RC(ORt): NCOCONHR1. Cpjk USSR MIRONOV, V. P., Sj ECILENLO, A. T. "Separation of Homogeneous Groups of Students" Programmir. obucheniye. Mezhved. nauch. sb. [Progranuned Learning. Inter- departmental Scientific Collection], 1973, No 10, pp 33-43~(Translated from Referativn3r/ Zhurnal - Kibernetika, No 8, 1973, Abstract No 8 V283 by.the authors) Translation: An algorithm is studied for grouping of students into sta- tistically homogeneous groups. In statiig the problem, it is assumed that each student is characterized by a set of typological characteris- ties, which are normally distributed. The task of grouping is perfoimed on the basis of the set of all characteristi.cs. The process of grouping consists of two stages: random selection of five elements frem the sample (students) and successive attachment of new elements with the corresponding checking of the grouping criterion. The grouping criterion used is a functional, taking on values within limits of the fixed boun- daries, if the gyoLqiing condition is fulfilled with a fixed probability, and extending beyond the boundarics if the grouping condition is not satisfied with a fixed probability.