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Declassified and Approved For Release 2011/12/01 : NSA-RDP96XO079OR000100030031-1 an energy storage device for city buses which combines the capacity of a superflywheel with the 'flex- ibility' of a watch spring. Its testing is now in line. Author: Rybenkov, V., correspondent (Aktyubinsk) Title: AIRCRAFT REPAIR PLANT'S RADIOELECTRONICS SECTION Primary source: Vozdushnyy trans- port, July 3, 1984, No. 79 (1015), p. 1, cols. 7-8 Abstract: The short article records conversations with workers of the radioelectronic equipment section of Plant No. 406 of civil aviation. Equipment of AN-2 and YAK-18T air- planes and MI-2 helicopters is re- paired in this section. Its auto- mated ,quipment is said to include a testing unit, the PSG-14A, which was developed at the plant. This unit is intended for checking systems of the MI-2 helicopter. Title: MICROPROCESSOR DEVICE EVAL- UATES PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL CONDITION Primary source: Moskovskaya pravda, July 7, 1984, No. 158 (19578), p. 3, col. 3 Extract: At the "Computer Technol- ogy" pavilion of the USSR Exhibition of National Economic Achievements, visitors will be able to see an un- usual instrument. More correctly, this is an entire electronic complex. It easily fits into a small, flat briefcase. Its capabilities are simply phenomenal. In a matter of minutes, the electron- ic complex will determine your con- ^ition and fitness for work, or help you choose a job specialty and pre- dict your work efficiency. There are occupation.s which, in addition to excellent health, require good reactions, special concentration and the abiltiy of quick orientation in unforeseen situations. These occupations include first of all divers, pilots and drivers. In this case, it is impossible to detect the necessary qualities by conventional methods. This is where the a Elek- tronika-NTs'?110 Tonus" comes to the rescue. This is a kind of laboratory equipped with microprocessor tech- nology. The physician attaches elec- trodes to the'subject's forehead and hand. As it receives the data, the instrument quickly processes them and determines the subject's psychol- ogical condition -- whether he is even-tempered or high-strung, excited or depressed. Specially developed tests are also used. Comparing their results with the norm, the "Tonus" gives a final answer. Title: N. P. BEKHTEROVA (award) Primary source: Izvestiya, July 8, 1984, No. 190 (20901), p. 2, cols. 6-7 Entire text: The Presidium of the USSR Supreme Soviet has awarded the order of Lenin to Natal'ya Petrovna Bekhtereva, member of the USSR Academy of Sciences and USSR Academy of Medical Sciences, for her great service in the advancement of medical science and training of scientific personnel. * * * Author: Smetannikov, V. Title: ELECTRICAL INSULATION DESIGN BUREAU'S ACTIVITIES, DEVELOPMENTS Primary source: Sovetskaya Latviya, July 6, 1984, No. 154 (12554), p. 2, cola. 5-7 Extract: The heart of every electric locomotive is its traction engine. This engine requires low-temperature insulation. Such insulation is now being developed by associates of the Special Design Bureau for Synthetic Insulation (SKB SI), which is located in Riga. "This bureau has been in existence for more than 20 years; it is a branch of the All-Union Scientific Research, Design and Technological Institute of Electric Insulating Materials and Foil-Coated Dielectrics," related Nikolay Sergeyevich Sugok, head of the SKB SI and a Latvian SSR State Prize laureate. "Our develop- ments are employed in hundreds of types of electrical machines and ap- paratus, at practically all major industrial enterprises and power stations. Moreover, we are engaged (continued next page) Declassified and Approved For Release 2011/12/01 : NSA-RDP96XO079OR000100030031-1 Declassified and Approved For Release 2011/12/01 : NSA-RDP96XO079OR000100030031-1 f+ the situation in the zones of two or three airports. Possessing a high memory capacity, the system also will enable controllers to call up on their terminals a recording of the planned traffic situation and to com- pare it with the situation of the mo- ment, and to determine what the sit- uation will be somewhat into the fu- ture. ? A special building has been built for the new system, and installation of equipment is nearing completion. Trials of the system are to begin next year. When it becomes opera- tional after 1985, it is said that Pulkovo should be able to land planes in practically any weather. * * * Title: ULTRASONIC MONITOR OF PHYSIO- LOGICAL' EFFECTS OF PRESSURE CHANGES Primary source: Vechernyaya Moskva, July 5, 1984, No. 157 (18441), p. 3, col. 9 Entire text: Scientists of the Belo- russian Academy of Sciences' Insti- tute of Electronics have developed an ultrasonic diagnostic instrument for monitoring the state of health of people in various occupations, especially those who work in condi- tions of frequent and marked fluctua- tions of atmospheric pressure -- pi- lots, submarine crewmen and miners. It permits a rapid and accurate monitoring of the auditory tubes in both normal subjects and those in need of medical care. The instrument is easy to use, compact and light- weight. Title: PARATROOPERS IN MANEUVERS IN THREE NEIGHBORING COUNTRIES Primary source: Krasnaya zvezda, July 4, 1984, No. 153 (18440), p. 1, cols. 1-2 Entire text: (TASS) -- Active com- bat training actions are continuing as part of the exercise that is being held on the territory of the German Democratic Republic, the Polish Peo- ple's Republic and the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic, and also id the southern part of the Baltic Sea.* *See the Daily SNAP, July 12, 1984, p. 4, col. 1 (continued next column) The exercise is under the direction- of Marshal of the Soviet Union D. F. Ustinov, USSR defense minister. The main events of July 3 were an air- borne assault landing and an engage- ment battle. The parachute drop of personnel and fighting equipment took place in extremely difficult weather condi- tions. Paratroopers under the com- mand of Lieutenant Colonel V. Khalilov began a rapid attack immediately after landing and destroyed key targets of the 'enemy.' Their level of training was given a high rating by the USSR Defense Minister. Commanders and staffs showed skill in organizing precise joint actions of troops. The combat training tasks that were posed were accomplished with success. The airborne assault and the ac- tions of troops were observed by General of the Army H. Hofman, GDR Minister of National Defense, General F. Sawicki, PPR Minister of National Defense, and General of the Army M. Dzur, CSR Minister of National De- fense. Declassified and Approved For Release 2011/12/01 : NSA-RDP96XO079OR000100030031-1