Igor BUDZKO, USSR Specialist in electrification of agricultural. Doctor of Technology Science since 1950; full member since 1956, V.-President since 1961, Lenin All-Union Academy, of Agriculture Science; Professor, Moscow Institute of the Mechanization and Electrification of Agriculture, s. ’953; Director, AllUnion Institute of the Electrifi'ation of Agriculture, since 1957. Member, Communist Party, since 1941.
BUDZKO, Igor was born in 1910.
1933 graduated Moscow Institute of the Mechanization and Electrification of Agriculture.
1930-1957 at All-Union Institute of the Electrification of Agriculture. 1948-1953 simultaneously instructor, Moscow Institute of the Mechanization and Electrification of Agriculture. Head,Department of Mechanization and Electrification, All-Union Lenin Academy, of Agriculture Science.
Member, Editorial Board, journals “Vestnik selskogo khozyaystva” (Herald of Agriculture) and “Tekhnika v selskom khozyaystve” (Engineering in Agriculture). Since 1959 honorary member, Czechoslovak Academy, of Agriculture Science. Research on agricultural electricity supply and automation of rural installations.
Designed automatic voltage regulators for rural networks. Developed mixed three-phase-monophase systems of power distribution in agricultural, automatic noncontact equipment, etc.: Publ.: “Regulator napryazheniya dlya raspredelitelnykh setey” (A Voltage Regulator for Distribution Networks) (1937). “Smeshannaya sistema raspredeleniya elektroenergii v selskokhozyastvennykh rayonakh” (A Mixed System of Power Distribution in Agricultural Areas) (1939).
“Raschet nelineynykh aktivnykh soprotivleniy” (Calculation of Nonlinear Active Resistances) (1949). “Selskie elektricheskie seti” (Rural Power Networks) (1955). “Leninsky plan elektrifikatsii i selskokhozyaystvennaya nauka” (Lenin’s Electrification Plan and Agricultural Science) (1957).