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Hydrotechnical Construction

, Volume 3, Issue 2, pp 194–200 | Cite as

Literature on hydraulic engineering, hydropower, and allied fields, published in 1967

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Journal Articles 1 Investigation, Planning, and Utilization of Water and Other Resources. Hydrology, Water Resources Economy

  1. A. E. Antonyan, G. M. Ararktsyan, V. P. Valesyan, and Kh. E. Machinyan, “Utilization of the Akhuryan River for power,” Collection of Scientific Transactions of the Erevan Polytechnic Institute,23, No. 1.1967.Google Scholar
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  9. G. Voshchin, “The second subjugation of the Enisei. Construction of the Krasnoyarsk hydroelectric plant,” “Enisei,” No. 6, 1967.Google Scholar
  10. “Hydrochemical regimen of the rivers of the Estonian SSR, taking into consideration their flow characteristics,” Transactions of the Tallin Polytechnic Institute, Series A. No. 5, 1967.Google Scholar
  11. M. D. Gol'tsman, “Approximate method of calculation of the maximum flows of the rivers of the Armenian SSR,” Collection of Scientific Transactions of the Erevan Polytechnic Institute,23, No. 11967.Google Scholar
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  18. V. A. Pustygin and A. A. Semenov, “Effect of the time factor on the relative effectiveness of alternates for hydropower projects,” Transactions of the Lengidroproekt, Collection, No. 5, 1967.Google Scholar
  19. S. L. Sardaryan, “Procedures for determining the costs of the component parts of a water resources development,” Collection of Scientific Transactions of the Erevan Polytechnic Institute,23, No. 1 1967.Google Scholar
  20. I. A. Solv'ev and L. I. Vaganov, “Relocation of channels, protection of banks, and control structures on the rivers of the Amur basin,” Voprosy Geografii Dal'nego Vostoka, Collection No. 8, 1967.Google Scholar
  21. M. I. Syroezhin, “On the consideration of the aftereffects of construction of hydraulic developments,” Transactions of the Lengidroproekt, Collection No. 5, 1967.Google Scholar
  22. A. A. Kharshan, “Procedures for long-term forecasting of the Enisei River flows at the sites of the Sayansk and the Krasnoyarsk hydroelectric plants during the high-water periods,” Transactions of the Hydrometeorological Scientific-Research Center of the USSR, No. 8, 1967.Google Scholar
  23. V. G. Chernenko, “Calculation of the losses due to ice formation in reservoirs of the southern part of the Far East,” Voprosy Geografii Dal'nego Vostoka, Collection No. 8, 1967.Google Scholar
  24. V. K. Shevchenko, “On the possibilities of regulating the flow of the Amgun' River,” Voprosy Geografii Dal'nego Vostoka, Collection No. 8, 1967.Google Scholar
  25. L. G. Shulyakovskii and V. M. Busurina, “Establishment of the initiation of freezing of rivers under natural conditions and under conditions of regulation of the flow,” Transactions of the Hydrometeorological Scientific-Research Center of the USSR, No. 8, 1967.Google Scholar

Geology, Hydrogeology, Earth and Soil Science

  1. Yu. L. Avetikyan “Influence of the gradient on the coefficient of filtration of sands,” Collection of Scientific Transactions of the Erevan Polytechnic Institute,23, No. 11967.Google Scholar
  2. S. A. Annaev, “Formation of the bed of the Karakumsk Canal,” Transactions of the Turkmenian Polytechnic Institute, No. 5, 1967.Google Scholar
  3. E. A. Kretinin, “Values of the natural moisture of siliceous clay rock,” News from the institutions of higher education, Stroitelstvo i Arkhitektura, No. 12, 1967.Google Scholar
  4. N. A. Peretrukhin, “Investigation of frost heaving of loams,” Transactions of the All-Union Scientific Research Institute for Transport Construction, No. 62, 1967.Google Scholar
  5. D. Sarnev, “Results from full-scale investigations of the formation of sand waves on the Karakumsk Canal,” Transactions of the Turkmenian Polytechnic Institute, No. 5, 1967.Google Scholar

Hydromechanics, Hydraulics

  1. S. G. Akopyan, “Consideration of the effect of water hammer on the transient operation of hydroelectric plants of a power system,” Izvestiya AN Armyanskoi SSR,20, No. 61967.Google Scholar
  2. M. G. Barsegyan, “A formula for hydraulic losses in unsteady motion of liquids,” Izvestiya AN Armyanskoi SSR,20, No. 51967.Google Scholar
  3. O. Nazarmamedov, “The problem of the analysis of three-dimensional filtration in hydraulic structures by taking into consideration the interrelation between the flows around the dam and through its foundation” Transactions of the Turkmenian Polytechnic Institute, No. 5, 1967.Google Scholar
  4. “Unsteady flow in open channels,” Izvestiya VNIIG,83 1967.Google Scholar
  5. “High-velocity flows,” Izvestiya VNIIG,83, 1967.Google Scholar
  6. A. N. Rakhmanov, “The effect of a channel roughness on the extent of a whirlpool in expanding tranquil flow” Izvestiya VNIIG,83, 1967.Google Scholar
  7. A. I. Fedorenkov, “Analysis of a steady, smoothly changing current in open prismatic channels,” Izvestiya VNIIG,83, 1976.Google Scholar
  8. A. I. Fedorenkov, “Analysis of a steady, smoothly changing current in open prismatic channels, with lateral affluents,” Izvestiya VNIIG,83, 1967.Google Scholar
  9. A. V. Shakhov and S. Kh. Shilo, “Hydraulic investigations of the model of a complementary control structure of the Karakumsk Canal,” Transactions of the Turkmenian Polytechnic Institute, No. 5, 1967.Google Scholar
  10. A. M. Shvainshtein, “Experimental determination of certain empirical coefficients for a system of equations defining the position of the hydraulic jump in a pressure pipe,” Izvestiya VNIIG,83, 1967.Google Scholar
  11. S. G. Sheinin, “On the consideration of the surface waves which are caused by the vibration of a vertical wall submerged in a liquid,” Izvestiya VNIIG,83, 1967.Google Scholar
  12. S. G. Shul'man, “Graphs for the determination of the natural frequencies of elastic walls vibrating within a liquid,” Izvestiya VNIIG,83, 1967.Google Scholar

Structural Mechanics, Soil Mechanics

  1. Kh. A. Askarov and K. K. Adylov, “Investigation of the compressive strength of loess soils under large pressure (for instance the core of the dam for the Nureksk hydroelectric plant),” Voprosy Gidrotekhniki (Sredneaziatskii NII Irrigatsii), No. 31, 1967.Google Scholar
  2. V. P. Balandin and I. M. Vashchuk, “Investigation of the dynamic rupture of frozen soils,” Transactions of the All-Union Scientific Research Institute for Construction and Road Machine-Building, No. 37, 1967.Google Scholar
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  9. Sh. R. Rizaev, “Linearized solution of the problem of two-dimensional stability of slopes,” Voprosy Gidrotekniki (Sredneaziatskii NII Irrigatsii), No. 31. 1967.Google Scholar
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  11. L. A. Éisler, “The problem of the development of the, phenomenon of liquefaction of saturated soils,” Izvestiya VNIIG,83. 1967.Google Scholar
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Construction Materials and Mechanisms

  1. S. V. Aleksandrovskii and V. Ya. Bagrii, “Concrete creep under reversing periodic effects,” Izvestiya AN Armyanskoi SSR, Mekhanika,20, No. 6.1967.Google Scholar
  2. G. N. Bovin and T. V. Smirnova, “Low-permeability mortars and concretes,” Promyshlennoe Stroitel'stvo, No. 12. 1967.Google Scholar
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  4. G. M. Veselov, B. M. Orlov, M. I. Rovinskii, and G. A. Shloido, “Experimental investigations on the operation of the D-652 ripper,” Transactions of the All-Union Scientific Research Institute for Transport and Road-Machine Building, No. 37. 1967.Google Scholar
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  7. A. S. Kats, “On the nature of agglutination of certain minerals in cement rock, due to ice action,” Izvestiya VNIIG,83, 1967.Google Scholar
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  11. G. A. Nechaev, “Use of hydrophobic expanded clay concrete in hydrothermal insulation of underground heating main,” Izvestiya VNIIG,83. 1967.Google Scholar
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Engineering Structures

  1. G. A. Ambartsumyan, “A new method of protecting the banks and channel of a mountain river within a populated area,” Collection of Scientific Transactions of the Erevan Polytechnic Institute,23, No. 1.1967.Google Scholar
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Hydraulic Structures and their Operation

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