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Crystals ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 12 (1) ◽  
pp. 105
Ikumu Watanabe ◽  
Nobufumi Ueshima ◽  
Jovana Ruzic ◽  
Hongzhi Cui

Various heat-resistant alloys have been used in industry; however, the bridge between the bulk mechanical properties and the underlying micro- and nanoscopic local properties remains an issue [...]

2022 ◽  

Fatigue is one of the most important failure modes of engineering components. The book presents recent research regarding the multiscale modelling of metallic materials during different stages of fatigue. The various parameters that are involved in each stage are investigated.

AIChE Journal ◽  
2022 ◽  
Haolan Tao ◽  
Gong Chen ◽  
Cheng Lian ◽  
Honglai Liu ◽  
Marc‐Olivier Coppens

Zeyu Deng ◽  
Vipin Kumar ◽  
Felix T. Bölle ◽  
Fernando Caro ◽  
Alejandro A. Franco ◽  

Understanding of interfaces in rechargeable batteries is crucial because they bridge electrodes, electrolytes, and current collectors. Current challenges that need to be overcome are reviewed, followed by future directions to reach this goal.

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2021 ◽  
Vol 2021 ◽  
pp. 1-25
Rendani Netshikweta ◽  
Winston Garira

In recent years, multiscale modelling approach has begun to receive an overwhelming appreciation as an appropriate technique to characterize the complexity of infectious disease systems. In this study, we develop an embedded multiscale model of paratuberculosis in ruminants at host level that integrates the within-host scale and the between-host. A key feature of embedded multiscale models developed at host level of organization of an infectious disease system is that the within-host scale and the between-host scale influence each other in a reciprocal (i.e., both) way through superinfection, that is, through repeated infection before the host recovers from the initial infectious episode. This key feature is demonstrated in this study through a multiscale model of paratuberculosis in ruminants. The results of this study, through numerical analysis of the multiscale model, show that superinfection influences the dynamics of paratuberculosis only at the start of the infection, while the MAP bacteria replication continuously influences paratuberculosis dynamics throughout the infection until the host recovers from the initial infectious episode. This is largely because the replication of MAP bacteria at the within-host scale sustains the dynamics of paratuberculosis at this scale domain. We further use the embedded multiscale model developed in this study to evaluate the comparative effectiveness of paratuberculosis health interventions that influence the disease dynamics at different scales from efficacy data.

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