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Facts, that influence the failsafety system characteristics of radio-electronic
means (REM) and system were marked. There considered the method of analyze of
degradation processes by the interaction electric makes within environment. There
showed the solving methods of tasks of prognoses on characteristics failsafety REM
in an operation conditions. There determined forced regimes of tests, prognoses of
methods of unfailing works REM. Aspects that influence the exact models of
failsafety prediction were investigated.



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Intrusion Detection", Iowa State University. September, 2001
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Autonomous Agents," COAST Technical Report 98/05, COAST Laboratory. Purdue
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In article the review of the software products using the fuzzy logic is made.
Also algorithms of decision-making of existing packages with fuzzy logic are
investigated, the analysis and a scope program by a product, their advantages and
lacks is carried out. At the moment there is no one conventional method of training of
fuzzy models, therefore an actual problem is working out and search of new, effective
methods. Thus, probably, the most perspective direction of researches lays in use of
genetic algorithms for training of fuzzy models.



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Metallographic researches of bandage steel showed that the microstructure
consists of three zones in respect of plasma influence deepness:

4)
fusion zone consisting of unbalanced micro-dispersed structure close to
amorphic;
5)
there is a zone of plasma influence close to the incomplete tempering
zone directly under the white non-etching layer;
6)
zone of outcome structure and hardness comprising micro-dispersed
sorbet with 400-450 HV hardness.
Therefore
while optimum conditions of plasma processing it is
necessary to ensure evenness of consolidated layer both by tempered strip width and
bandage circumference. Evenness control is to be accomplished in diameter opposite
directions.



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0 < < 1,

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B ( z ) Re B ( z )
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K, K >1 ,
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B (t ) Re B (t )

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+ (Im q ( z ) )x (Im q (t ) )x + (Im q ( z ) ) y (Im q (t ) ) y B (t ) z t ,

(Re q( z ) )x , (Re q( z ) ) y Re q ( z ) , (Im q ( z ) )x , (Im q ( z ) ) y

z t 1, (0,1] , 1 < 0 ,

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x y

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d k = inf sup inf u v X , k = 0,1,2,... ,


{G k } uM vG k

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2) d k ( M ) d k ( M ), M M , k = 1,2,3,...;
3) d k (nM ) = nd k ( M ), n > 0, nM = {x = nx, x M }.
N p ( ) d k ,

> 0 , .. N p ( ) =

1 . N p ( ) ,
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k = k (T ), g = g (T ) ,
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p, B

z q( ) z + A( ) + (B ( ) + )

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z q ( ) z + A( ) + (B( ) + )

Lp

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k,

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1 = N p ( ) .

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1.2,
C1 2 z : B ( z ) C01 1 N p ( ) C2 2 z : B ( z ) C0 1 .


. , N p ( )

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p . .

1.
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L p (E ) // .
1996, 11. . 1564-1569.
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2.
L p // .
.- : 2005. - 3(39). - . 11-17.
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2008, 1. . 53-60.
4.
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L p (E )

(1 < p < ) ,

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.
Summary

In this work the singular elliptical Beltrami type system of partial equations
with the right part from Banach spaces L p (E ) (1 < p < ) are researched. For a wide
class of coefficients sufficient conditions of minimal operators resolvent
compactness, which were generated by system, are found. Apart from this
approximate properties of solutions of the Beltrami type system are researched. The
obtained results can be used in hydro- and gas dynamics, theory of analytic functions
and surfaces and envelopes theory.

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One of the basic conditions of increase of productivity is rational and an


effective utilization mineral fertilizer. However in economic conditions of storage, by
virtue of the hygroscopic, many fertilizers raise the humidity. Damp fertilizers stick
to sowing coils, they turn to smooth rollers, accumulate at sowing windows. In result
process of seeding is broken. Vibration gear and independently clearing gear sowing
devices are developed. For exception of sticking damp fertilizer on the sowing coil
and some results laboratory researches are shown.


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The process interworking automobile wheel-road was analyzed. The


equipment at exploration of this interworking, dimension methods of coefficient of
adhesion realizing by them, dignity and shortage in terms of authenticity of readings
and operability was considered. Assigned, that coefficient of adhesion calm less than
the friction coefficient failure under gliding and come more safe and informative
under evaluation adhesion process. The possibility of coefficient of adhesion
conveyor belt-roller supports was considered by means of devices used under the
testing of wheel-road.

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This article is about analyze water balance, it is need for maintaining enterant
of 200mln.m3 water, volume is need 1300-1400mln.m3 water.
Also for restoration river Shu more fictitiously is utilization of flow river Shu
as well sewage water of industrial cites and their cleaning.

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In plant growing duration of performance of the technological mechanized


process depends on capacity and reliability of mashinno-tractor units. The problem of
a technical condition of mashinno-tractor units is caused by severe constraints of
operation and low level of factory reliability.
In article interrelations of complex indicators of reliability in the course of
maintenance of performance of the mechanized technological process are considered.

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Analysis of existing machinery for production of rough provender allows to


draw a conclusion that in modern condition exists necessity of the increasing of
machine capacity for picking up and loading of hay, adapted to condition of the
Republic of Kazakhstan with simultaneous reduction of the expenses of the labour
and energy, according with it pneumatic-and-mechanical scheme of the machine is
designed, which using allows to reduce expenses of the labour, reduce specific
consumption a fuel and also increase of capacity on stocking up rough provender.

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In this article the author pays attention to the resting straw after the harvest. It is
one of the main means of increasing of erosion soil stability and gross grain yield
rising. As a result the necessity of snow plough snow delay is not used. The saving of
fuel, power recourses and reducing of lab our output are guarantied. In some cases
the sowing of coulisse and winding of sown area of winter crops may be excluded.
These measures secure the definite flexibility of technologic process of cultivation.

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In article Preparation of specialist in sphere Software and computers


consider basic request by level preparation specialist this profession for different
sphere. As questions of preparation modern specialist in sphere of informational and
communication technology, its really one of the most priority.
To day information technologies market, by common estimation of experts,
have great perspectives for the growth and in the sphere of general computerization
the experts of information technologies sphere are much in demand.

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3(2)= 1(1)*13 +3(1)* 23 + 2(1)* 33 =0,48;
4(2)= 1(1)*14 + 2(1)* 24 + 3(1)* 34 +4(1)* 44 =0,23;

1(3)= 1(2)* 11=0;
2(3)= 1(2)*12 +2(2)* 22 =0,54;
3(3)= 1(2)*13 + 2(2)* 22 +3(2) * 33 =0,49;
4(3)= 1(2)*14 + 2(2)* 24 + 3(2)* 34 +4(2)* 44 =0,24.

1(4)= 1(3)* 11=0;
2(4)= 1(3)*12 +2(3)* 22 =0,54;
3(4)= 1(3)*13 + 2(3)* 23 +3(3) * 33 =0,49;
4(4)= 1(3)*14 + 2(3)* 24 + 3(3)* 34 +4(3)* 44 =0,24.
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+2*(1-3)*(1-4)+
+(1-2)*(1-3)*4+
+(1-2)*3*(1-4)+
+(1-2)*(1-3)*
*(1-4) =1
1
25

, 100 25
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.
II ,
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1.
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1(4)= 0; 2(4)= 0,54;
3(4)= 0,49; : 4(4)= 0,24.
2. ( 9 25)
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1. .., ..
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2. .. .-., , 1972.552 .


.
2(4)= 0,54, 2(4)= 0,54
4(4)= 0,24 . 8
, 9 .
Summary

From calculation is seen that from 100 played casual in 25 events have
occurred the refusals of the tractor. In nine events engine, the sought-after part are
corrected, transmission is faulty. In eight events engine is corrected, transmission and
sought-after part are faulty.

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3. ..
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4. ., ..
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5. .., .. //
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32-35.
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7. .
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8. 2230421 . 7 H02K 19/24. /
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.
,
.
, .
Summary

In this work presented design noncontact muchpole generators. This generator


has united in itself characteristic commutatorly and inductionly generator. Using
muchpole generators will allow creating without reduktor scheme WEI, that with
noncontactof the generator will raise KUA and reliability of the work WEI.
Simplification to technologies of the fabrication of the active part of generator allows
to reduce his cost.

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3.

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4. // . 1999. 4.
5. . .
-2 // . 2002. 4.

,
.
,
. ,
.

.
Summary

Use of fuel and energy resources represents today itself one of global world
problems. One of perspective ways of the decision of this problem is application new
energysave the technologies using nonconventional renewed energy sources.
Advantages of technologies of the heat supply using nonconventional energy sources,
in comparison with their traditional analogues are connected not only with
considerable reductions of expenses of energy in life-support systems of buildings
and constructions, but also with their ecological cleanliness, and also with new
possibilities in the field of increase of degree of autonomy of life-support systems.
Systems warmly buildings, represent a reliable source of energy which can be used
everywhere. The source is used during enough long time and can be renewed upon
termination of the operation period.


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k
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k = 0 k!

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0,2355

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k (14)

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Pk = k / k! P0
P2
P3

P4


n
P = 1 Pk

k =0

,
n +1

n!n(1 ) 2
n

ms = n k

n +1
+

n!(n )
k = 0 k!

t = m s /


n3= n-

S= c1ms+c2n3

0,1777

0,2068
0,0782

0,2065
0,0781
0,0222

0,5464

0,3940

0,3726

0,5394

0,0766

0,0123

2,2904

0,3253

2,8649

0,8649

1,8649

2,8649

7963

4770

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.
-
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n=1,2.
2 2089 .
II
11413 .
-75 1 . 1934 . ,
2 4 ( - II) 3 6 ( - I)
II
0,5464 0,3726 0,7872
0,5710. 0,8649 2,8649 (

4 ) 0,7298 3,7298 ( 6 ) .
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. 4770 .
- II 6093 . - I.

II 0,3253 .
0,0728 ., , II

- 0,0766 0,0343 ,
- 0,3940 0,5871 ,
1,86 2,7298 .

1. . . -.1975, 26 .
2. .. . .-.1985.-204 .
3. - ():
/.. . , 1999-40 .
4. , , , .

. . -.: 1987, 19 .

I 6093 ., II
4770 .
I 5, II 3. I
0,0728 . , II - 0,3253 . I

2,72, II - 1,86 .
Summary

Calculation showed, that with increase of the MSS quantity from 1 to 4 (for
MTS-2) and from 1 to 6 (for MTS-1) probability of the tractors turn for the removal
of the 2-nd group complication consequence reduced from 0,5464 to 0,3726 and from
0,7872 to 0,5710 accordingly. Middle quantity of the standing idled MSS increased
from 0,8649 to 2,8649 (out of 4) and from 0,7298 to 3,7298 (out of 6) accordingly.


25-200

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12

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16

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20

22

24

1- ; 2- ; 3 ; 4 -
; 5 - ; 6 ; 7 - ;
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1 -
25-200

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200, 100, 50 25 .
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2
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5
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2 - 100


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3
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2
2
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6
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8
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2
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3 - 50


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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9


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10
()

0,75
0,5
2,75
2,5
1,1
1,5
2
0,5
1

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4
1
24
2
12
24
2
2

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2
2
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50
4 - 25


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9


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10
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0,5
0,4
1,2
1,2
0
0,8
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0
0

24
4
1
24
2
12
24
2
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2
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3
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2
3
2
2
2
2

5 -
25


, .

.
Summry

For coordination work regime wind turbine with technological processes of big
oxen farm it is necessary to know energy consuming whose processes.
There were found energy outlays by the different processes with justification
can choose power of wind turbines.

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(0,20,4) max ;
,
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,

,

.

1-
.



0,3
0,03:
2050
1

50150

100200

200

1.2

0,05
0,03...0,04

0,050,07
0,030,05

0,070,1
0,050,07

0,10,15
0,070,1

2
2.1
2.2

:
1
200

200500

300500

200300

0,5...1,5

1,0...2,5

1,5...3,0

1,5...5,0

0,1
0,03...0,05
0,015

0,1...0,2
0,05...0,1
0,015...0,03

0,2...0,3
0,1...0,15
0,03...0,08

0,3
>>0,15
>>0,08

510

1020

>>20

6...9

6...10

6...12

8...16

0,03...0,05
0,1

0,1...0,2
0,3

0,3...0,5
1,0

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3
3.1
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1



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1
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h
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.

1.
Bocleau .. can we measure riding comfort electronically SAE
Annual Meet. Preprints, 1989, 34 T.
2.
.. . -; ,
1973-240.


.
-

.


.
Summary

Road conditions of exploitation ACM by delivery concrete goods to building


site. Basic regularity of placing unevenness over the length the road area is given in
this article. Results of searched measurement of road microprofiles allow us to get
position-finding quantitative description of road classification on evenness degree of
it surface.

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=0.


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,
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[1]:

E0 = 31,5 1 + 0,305 / r0 ,

(2)

r0 - , ; - , = 1 t =
200 = 0,101. ,
.

:

E=

U
,
r ln (R / r0 )

(3)

r- , R- ; r0
, E 0
:
U 0 = E0 r0 ln (R / r0 )

(4)



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.

,
:
1) ,
;
2) ;
3) ,
0
;
4) , (k)
: k = v , v - .
,
:
divE = / 0

(5)
(6)
(7)

divj = 0
j = Dgrad + KE



.
.
j, :
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.
0 - , 0 = 8,85610-12 /.
(5-7)

.
divE =

1 d
( Er )
r dr

j=

2r
= grad

r- , I
, - .


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,
, ,
r.
, ,
. :

E=

I / 2 0 R + ( E 0 r0 / r ) 2 ;

= I / 2rk I / 2 0 R + ( E0 r0 / r ) 2

(8)
(9)

r>>r 0
. ,
,
.
:
I = kGU (U U 0 ) ,

(10)

G
G = 2 0 (4 + 0,11 R / r0 ) / R 2 ln( R / r0 ) .

,

E0 , E ,U 0 , , I , j r U , R, r0 , L (
).

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(2-3) /,
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.

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(5-7).
,
V.

:
F 1 ,
F,
F 1 F = F1

x
x1

(5-7) :
d ( Ex)
d (U u x)
= 0, U u = kE ,
=
,
xdx
0
dx

:
0 kE

d ( Ex)
= j1 x1
dx

j 1 - F 1 .

, :
0 kE
dx
=
dE
x
j1 x1 0 kE 2



. :
2

E=

j1 x1
x
x
2
(1 02 ) + 02 E0
x
x
k

(11)

,
, ,
E 0 .
x 0 / x 1 .

13. .., .., .., ..


- . : , 2007. 287.
14. ..

./...2009. -22.
15. .., .., ..
//4-

,
. ,
2004. . 106-109.


.
,
.
.
.

Summary

The methods for determining corona layer thickness based on creation of


processes in plasma of corona discharge jacket by regulation of high-frequency
voltage and determination by way of calculation of size corona jacket thickness by
value of resonant frequency is proposed. Production of ozone it is with small power
consumption in optimum conditions. It is main processes and apparatuses of electronion technology. In the article consider dependence energetic characteristic of the
ozone elements of fall pressure of the air.