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2022 ◽  
Vol 403 ◽  
pp. 113830
Achraf Daoui ◽  
Hicham Karmouni ◽  
Mhamed Sayyouri ◽  
Hassan Qjidaa

2022 ◽  
Vol 2022 ◽  
pp. 1-11
Songfang Xie ◽  
Mingxing Gao ◽  
Hangtian Li

In order to improve mechanical properties of fly ash/slag concrete with large size cobble as coarse aggregate, this paper analyzes the effect of different factors on the concrete through the flexural strength test. The Monte Carlo simulation is used in the finite element solver of ANSYS to conduct the four-point bending beam test. Three-dimensional and two-dimensional finite element models are established to discuss how the gradation of large size cobbles affects the performance of the concrete by comparing macromechanical experiments. Results show that the gradation of large size cobbles is the main factor affecting the performance of the concrete. Slag generates the least effect on the concrete with cobble as coarse aggregate. When the mixing amount of slag and fly ash is 10%, the concrete presents the best flexural performance. Through the numerical loading test of the two-dimensional model for fly ash/slag concrete with cobble as coarse aggregate, it can be concluded that the change of the concrete follows the law of macromechanical properties.

2022 ◽  
Vol 5 (1) ◽  
pp. 26-30
N.J. Ermatov ◽  
T.A. Bobomuratov ◽  
M.A. Sagdullaeva

The article is devoted to the current problems of obstetrics, perinatology and neonatology. The article presents a literary review and covers scientific views on the factors of births and hazardous factors that lead to transfer and prolonged pregnancy. The most common perinatal complications of a delayed pregnancy are stillbirth, asphyxia, and birth trauma. Neonatal morbidity in premature infants is 29% and perinatal mortality is 19%, which is higher than in preterm infants. If the pregnancy is 43 weeks or more, these rates will increase. All of these diseases are associated with a decrease in the fetal resistance to hypoxia due to the large size of the brain and morphological changes in the placenta. Therefore, the incidence of meconium aspiration syndrome and fetal distress syndrome at birth increases, leading to high perinatal morbidity and mortality.

Zhao Lianpeng ◽  
Ma Hongwei

Demand for high reliability and long life of modern turbine requires that turbine components should be cooled adequately. The cooling flow purged into the rotor-stator disk cavity will inevitably interact with the mainstream. The current paper mainly focuses on the aerodynamic influence of cooling flow on the secondary flows in the mainstream. Both particle image velocimetry and blade wall pressure measurement were utilized to study the flow field within the turbine blade passage under different mainstream incidence angles and purge flow rates. The purge flow was found to promote the development of the passage vortex by inducing vortices which can enhance the vorticity of the passage vortex. In addition, the mainstream incidence angle also has an impact on the development of the passage vortex through affecting the blade loading and the horseshoe vortex. Furthermore, the transient results demonstrate that the time-averaged vortex is the superposition of large number of transient vortices, and the purge flow causes more transient vortices with large size and high strength.

2022 ◽  
Vol 12 (1) ◽  
Chuan-yang Liang ◽  
Yue-dong Wu ◽  
Jian Liu ◽  
Lei Zhang ◽  
Lai-he Lin ◽  

AbstractThe difference in the shear strength and other characteristics of the cohesive soil containing calcareous nodules (CSCN) between samples with large size and corresponding scaling size, which is called scaling effect, is significantly affected by its calcareous nodule content (CNC) of the gradation composition. However, current researches rarely reveal the influence of the CNC on the scaling effect in shear strength of samples. In this study, how and why the CNC affects the scaling effect in shear strength were explored. Then a method to reduce the scaling effect based on the reason for influence was proposed. Results show that the correlation between the scaling effect in shear strength and the CNC presents a step curve. This is attributed to that it is easier to form a skeleton effect in samples with scaling size for the same CNC. Considering the skeleton effect, a calculation model for the shear strength parameters of CSCN samples with large size is proposed to reduce the scaling effect. This paper demonstrates that the proposed calculation model provides an access to obtain calculated shear strength parameters of CSCN samples with large size by using measured results of samples with corresponding scaling size.

Medicina ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 58 (1) ◽  
pp. 89
Diana Bužinskienė ◽  
Vilius Rudaitis ◽  
Karolina Misevičiūtė

We report a 46-year-old patient who presented to the emergency department with complaints of acute abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting. An abdominal CT scan revealed a large (207 × 155 × 182 mm) thin-walled inhomogeneous tumor connected to the uterus and right ovary. Emergency surgery laparotomy was performed. Inside the abdominal cavity, a 30 × 30 cm heterogenous, dark blue tumor in the right adnexa area, torsed two times, weighing 3700 g was found. Histological examination revealed right ovary clear cell carcinoma. We emphasize the rare nature of the histology and presentation of this case report. Ovarian clear cell carcinomas are relatively rare malignancies, presenting in 5 to 10% of ovarian malignant tumors in the west.

Sensors ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 22 (1) ◽  
pp. 383
Andrzej Bożek

The stick-slip is one of negative phenomena caused by friction in servo systems. It is a consequence of complicated nonlinear friction characteristics, especially the so-called Stribeck effect. Much research has been done on control algorithms suppressing the stick-slip, but no simple solution has been found. In this work, a new approach is proposed based on genetic programming. The genetic programming is a machine learning technique constructing symbolic representation of programs or expressions by evolutionary process. In this way, the servo control algorithm optimally suppressing the stick-slip is discovered. The GP training is conducted on a simulated servo system, as the experiments would last too long in real-time. The feedback for the control algorithm is based on the sensors of position, velocity and acceleration. Variants with full and reduced sensor sets are considered. Ideal and quantized position measurements are also analyzed. The results reveal that the genetic programming can successfully discover a control algorithm effectively suppressing the stick-slip. However, it is not an easy task and relatively large size of population and a big number of generations are required. Real measurement results in worse control quality. Acceleration feedback has no apparent impact on the algorithms performance, while velocity feedback is important.

2022 ◽  
guotai li ◽  
Shuai Li ◽  
Kailun Zhang ◽  
Zhanda Zhu ◽  
yongling hui ◽  

2022 ◽  
Vol 105 (1) ◽  
Aurélien Fabre ◽  
Jean-Baptiste Bouhiron ◽  
Tanish Satoor ◽  
Raphael Lopes ◽  
Sylvain Nascimbene

Yanyan Wang ◽  
Rongjun Man ◽  
Wanmeng Zhao ◽  
Honglin Zhang ◽  
Hong Zhao

AbstractRobotic Mobile Fulfillment System (RMFS) affects the traditional scheduling problems heavily while operating a warehouse. This paper focuses on storage assignment optimization for Fishbone Robotic Mobile Fulfilment Systems (FRMFS). Based on analyzing operation characteristics of FRMFS, a storage assignment optimization model is proposed with the objectives of maximizing operation efficiency and balancing aisle workload. Adaptive Genetic Algorithm (AGA) is designed to solve the proposed model. To validate the effectiveness of AGA in terms of iteration and optimization rate, this paper designs a variety of scenarios with different task sizes and storage cells. AGA outperforms other four algorithm in terms of fitness value and convergence and has better convergence rate and stability. The experimental results also show the advancement of AGA in large size FRMFS. In conclusion, this paper proposes a storage assignment model for FRMFS to reduce goods movement and travel distance and improve the order picking efficiency.

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