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2022 ◽  
Vol 169 ◽  
pp. 104677
Author(s):  
Lijian Li ◽  
Dan Zhang ◽  
Haibo Qu ◽  
Yingjia Wang

2022 ◽  
Author(s):  
A.N. Grechukhin

Abstract. This paper presents a solution to the problem of filling the internal structure of the workpiece with curve layer in 3D printing. A generalized model of filling the internal structure of workpiece with curve layer is designed. The results are presented for solving the problem on the example of curved layers of a conical shape with filling along a helical line. The research results can be in demand in the development of algorithms and software for technological equipment. They allow to ensure the formation of the internal structure of products in curved layers during 3D printing.


Author(s):  
Dmytro Konotop

Creation of complex technical objects (CTO, such as science-intensive engineering objects, which are characterized by the number of elements and connections equal to 106 and more) – a process containing long subprocesses, complex objects, models, and based on available standards and information technology (IT). It is known from practice that CTO models are created with the help of information systems - components of CALS and PLM-solutions. This process have the following shortcomings: models at different stages of creation of CTO are not completely interconnected; CTO modeling takes place using different components of IT CALS and PLM-solutions, which creates constant difficulties in data conversion and leads to partial or complete loss of model data; there is no automated communication with other CTO models. A generalized model of complex technical objects is proposed, which based on using the theoretical-multiple approach allows to establish an information connection between the models of the process of creating complex technical objects. The information system of creation of the generalized model of difficult technical objects that allowed automating process of processing and construction of models is developed; to supplement the technology of parallel PLM design and components of information technologies CALS and PLM-solutions for the task of creating models of complex technical objects.


2021 ◽  
Vol 12 (3) ◽  
pp. 383-392 ◽  
Author(s):  
Lauren Latessa ◽  
Jiyoung Oh

The Iris Music Project is a non-profit dedicated to reimagining residential and healthcare communities as spaces of creative exchange. By February 2020, our chamber music group, the Iris Piano Trio, had developed a model for music programming at Charles E. Smith Life Communities (CESLC) in Rockville, Maryland (United States), that emphasized collaborative relationships between professional musicians and community members. The COVID-19 pandemic severely disrupted the Trio’s work and tested its model. In this article, we describe how the Trio remained connected and relevant to CESLC residents by experimenting with virtual programmes that adapted our model to a digital setting. We argue that our prior relationships with residents and staff enabled us to impact their lives throughout the pandemic despite the isolation created by COVID-19 closures. The pandemic strained, but did not fundamentally change, the Trio’s ensemble-in-residence model, suggesting its potential as a generalized model in the field of music and health.


2021 ◽  
pp. 127239
Author(s):  
Jinlan Guo ◽  
Weiquan Jiang ◽  
Guoqian Chen ◽  
Zhi Li ◽  
Njud S. Alharbi ◽  
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2021 ◽  
Vol 42 (5) ◽  
pp. 17-23
Author(s):  
E. Kuftyak ◽  
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A. Slusarev ◽  
M. Ivanitskaya ◽  
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The article provides an overview of insecure attachment and depression studies in adulthood. The relationship between childhood abuse, the development of insecure attachment, maladaptive personality traits, behavioral repertoire, and affective disorders is indicated. The generalized model of attachment insecurity associated with affective pathology in adulthood is suggested.


Ocean Science ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 17 (5) ◽  
pp. 1341-1351
Author(s):  
Daniel Lee ◽  
Amandine Schaeffer ◽  
Sjoerd Groeskamp

Abstract. Physalia physalis, also called the bluebottle in Australia, is a colonial animal resembling a jellyfish that is well known to beachgoers for the painful stings delivered by its tentacles. Despite being a common occurrence, the origin of the bluebottle before reaching the coastline is not well understood, and neither is the way it drifts at the surface of the ocean. Previous studies used numerical models in combination with simple assumptions to calculate the drift of this species, excluding complex drifting dynamics. In this study, we provide a new parameterization for Lagrangian modelling of the bluebottle by considering the similarities between the bluebottle and a sailboat. This allows us to compute the hydrodynamic and aerodynamic forces acting on the bluebottle and use an equilibrium condition to create a generalized model for calculating the drifting speed and course of the bluebottle under any wind and ocean current conditions. The generalized model shows that the velocity of the bluebottle is a linear combination of the ocean current velocity and the wind velocity scaled by a coefficient (“shape parameter”) and multiplied by a rotation matrix. Adding assumptions to this generalized model allows us to retrieve models used in previous literature. We discuss the sensitivity of the model to different parameters (shape, angle of attack and sail camber) and explore different cases of wind and current conditions to provide new insights into the drifting dynamics of the bluebottle.


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