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Author Affiliation: zhanjiang ocean univ or zhanjiang ocean university
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<RECOR
D 1>

Mechanical analysis of cylinders being upset between spherical concave platen and concave
supporting plate

Liu, Guohui1; Xiao, Wenhui2; Ni, Liyong3; Liu, Zhubai1 Source: Chinese Journal of Mechanical
Engineering (English Edition), v 21, n 3, p 99
-
102
, June 2008

; ISSN: 10009345; DOI: 10.3901/CJME.2008.03.099;

Publisher: Chinese Mechanical Engineering SocietyAuthor affiliation: 1 College of Mechanical
Engineering, Yanshan University, Qinhuangdao 066004, China2 College of Material Science and
Engineer
ing, Yanshan University, Qinhuangdao 066004, China3 College of Engineering,
Guangdong Ocean University, Zhanjiang 524088, China

Abstract: Mechanical analysis of cylinders being upset between spherical concave platen and
concave supporting plate is conduct
ed. Rigid
-
plastic mechanical models for cylinders are
presented. When the ratio of height to diameter, is larger than 1, there exists two
-
dimensional
tensile stress in the deformed body, when the ratio is smaller than 1, there exists shear stress in
static

hydraulic zone. The former breaks through the theory that there is three
-
dimensional
compressive stress irrespective of any ratio of height to diameter. The latter satisfactorily explains
the mechanism of layer
-
like cracks in disk
-
shaped forgings and the
flanges of forged gear axles.
The representation of the two models makes the upsetting theory into correct and perfect stage. (4
refs.)Main Heading: StressesControlled terms: Cylinders (shapes)
-

Plates (structural
components)
-

Tensile stress
-

Three dim
ensional
-

Two dimensional
-

Upsetting
(forming)Uncontrolled terms: Forged gear
-

Mechanical analysis
-

Mechanical modelling
-

Spherical(pivot)
-

Three dimensional (3D)
-

Two
-
dimensional (2D)Classification Code: 408.1
Structural Design, General
-

408.2
Structural Members and Shapes
-

535.2 Metal Forming
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723.5
Computer Applications

Database: Compendex

Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2011 Elsevier Inc.


<RECORD 2>

Study on coordination of selenoamino acids with Ag<sup>+</sup> at silver nitrate
-
modified
carbon paste electrode

Bai, Yan1; Wang, Yu
-
dong1; Zheng, Wen
-
jie1; Chen, Ya
-
sheng1, 2 Source: Colloids and Surfaces
B: Biointerfaces, v 63, n 1, p 110
-
115, May 1, 2008

; ISSN: 09277765; DOI: 10.1016/j.colsurfb.2007.11.008;

Publisher: ElsevierAu
thor affiliation: 1 Chemistry Department, Jinan University, Guangzhou,
510632, China2 Science Institute, Zhanjiang Ocean University, Zhanjiang, 524088, China

Abstract: Surface Ag<sup>+</sup> ions forming complexes with the amino (selenoamino) acids
compou
nds have been studied at a silver nitrate
-
modified carbon paste electrode
(AgNO<inf>3</inf>/CPE). The carboxyl, amidogen and selenium of selenoamino acids could
coordinate with Ag<sup>+</sup>. The coordinating sites of Ag<sup>+</sup>
-
SeCys and
Ag<sup>+</su
p>
-
SeMet on electrode surface have been studied in the range of pH value from 1.0
to 12.0. The coordinating sites of Ag<sup>+</sup>
-
SeCys and Ag<sup>+</sup>
-
SeMet are due to
the different configuration and electronegative charge of amino acids in different

acidity. Increase
of the coordination number of adsorbed species increases the average lifetime of these species on
the surface, and hence causes that stronger bonded molecules more effectively prevent the
depletion of the surface layer from the Ag<sup>+<
/sup> ions. The voltammetric signals of
Ag<sup>+</sup>
-
selenoamino acid and Ag<sup>+</sup>
-
sulfur
-
containing amino acid are
stronger than those of Ag<sup>+</sup>
-
alanine due to the coordinating sites of Ag{single bond}S
and Ag{single bond}Se bonds. Moreove
r, the adsorption of Ag<sup>+</sup>
-
selenoamino acid
on electrode surface relates to different acidity. &copy; 2007 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. (13
refs.)Main Heading: Inorganic acidsControlled terms: Carboxylic acids
-

Electrodes
-

Selenium
-

Silv
erUncontrolled terms: Amidogen
-

Selenocystine
-

SelenomethineClassification Code:
547.1 Precious Metals
-

549.3 Nonferrous Metals and Alloys excluding Alkali and Alkaline Earth
Metals
-

714.1 Electron Tubes
-

804.1 Organic Compounds
-

804.2 Inorganic
C
ompoundsTreatment: Experimental (EXP)

Database: Compendex

Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2011 Elsevier Inc.


<RECORD 3>

Oscillatory and asymptotic properties of higher order nonlinear neutral difference equations with
oscillating coefficients

Zh
ou, Xiaoliang1, 2 Source: Applied Mathematics Letters, v 21, n 11, p 1142
-
1148, November
2008

; ISSN: 08939659; DOI: 10.1016/j.aml.2007.12.012;

Publisher: Elsevier LtdAuthor affiliation: 1 Department of Mathematics, Sichuan University,
Chengdu, Sichuan
610065, China2 Department of Mathematics, Guangdong Ocean University,
Zhanjiang, Guangdong 524088, China

Abstract: In this work, the oscillatory and asymptotic properties of higher order nonlinear
neutral difference equations with oscillating coefficients

are studied. Some new necessary and
sufficient criteria, which improve several known results, are obtained. &copy; 2008 Elsevier Ltd.
All rights reserved. (10 refs.)Main Heading: Nonlinear equationsControlled terms: Asymptotic
analysis
-

Difference equat
ionsUncontrolled terms: Asymptotic properties
-

Difference equation
-

Neutral
-

Oscillating coefficients
-

OscillationClassification Code: 921 Mathematics
-

921.1
Algebra
-

921.6 Numerical Methods

Database: Compendex

Compilation and indexing terms, Copy
right 2011 Elsevier Inc.


<RECORD 4>

Effects of ultrasonic extraction on the physical and chemical properties of polysaccharides from
longan fruit pericarp

Yang, Bao1; Jiang, Yueming1; Zhao, Mouming2; Shi, John3; Wang, Lingzhao4 Source: Polymer
Degradation

and Stability, v 93, n 1, p 268
-
272, January 2008

; ISSN: 01413910; DOI: 10.1016/j.polymdegradstab.2007.09.007;

Publisher: Elsevier LtdAuthor affiliation: 1 South China Botanical Garden, Chinese Academy of
Sciences, Guangzhou, Guangdong 510650, China2
College of Light Industry and Food Sciences,
South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, Guangdong 510640, China3 Food Research
Center, Agriculture and Agri
-
Food Canada, Guelph, Ont. N1G 5C9, Canada4 School of Ocean,
Huaihai Institute of Technology, L
ianyungang, 222005, China

Abstract: An ultrasonic technique was employed to extract polysaccharides from longan fruit
pericarp (PLFP). Effects of ultrasonic power, time and temperature on the extraction of PLFP were
examined. Different effects of ultrason
ic time were observed at two different ultrasonic power of
120 and 300 W. A higher recovery rate of PLFP at an ultrasonic power of 300 W was obtained as
compared with 120 W. The recovery rate of PLFP was slightly increased by elevating the
ultrasonic tempe
rature up to 60 &deg;C. The highest recovery rate of PLFP was achieved at 120
W and 70 &deg;C for 20 min. Furthermore, PLFP I and PLFP II
-
IV were prepared by hot
-
water
extraction and ultrasonic extraction, respectively, and then used for the analyses of ph
ysical and
chemical properties. Analysis by differential scanning calorimetry showed that the onset
temperature, peak temperature, conclusion temperature and melting enthalpy (&Delta;H) of PLFP
by hot
-
water extraction were lower than those by ultrasonic ex
traction. These results suggested
that rearrangement of PLFP microstructure could occur and development of a higher proportion of
crystalline regions might be induced by the ultrasonic treatments. The highest &Delta;H (8.02 J/g)
and two endothermic peaks w
ere observed in the thermogram of PLFP II. Scanning electron
micrographs revealed more aggregated particles in PLFP III and IV compared with PLFP I and II.
However, no apparent differences were found from the spectra of these four PLFP samples at a
range o
f 195
-
550 nm, which indicated that ultrasonic treatment might not cause significant
chemical modification of groups in the PLFP chain. &copy; 2007 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
(33 refs.)Main Heading: PolysaccharidesControlled terms: Differential sca
nning calorimetry
-

Enthalpy
-

Scanning electron microscopy
-

Temperature measurement
-

UltrasonicsUncontrolled
terms: Longan fruit pericarp
-

Ultrasonic extraction
-

Ultrasonic power
-

Ultrasonic
temperatureClassification Code: 641.1 Thermodynamics
-

7
41.1 Light/Optics
-

753.1
Ultrasonic Waves
-

804.1 Organic Compounds
-

815.1.1 Organic Polymers
-

944.6 Temperature
MeasurementsTreatment: Theoretical (THR); Experimental (EXP)

Database: Compendex

Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2011 Elsevier Inc
.


<RECORD 5>

Multi
-
scale entropy and Renyi cross entropy based traffic anomaly detection

Yan, Ruoyu1, 2; Zheng, Qinghua1; Peng, Weimin2 Source: 2008 11th IEEE Singapore
International Conference on Communication Systems, ICCS 2008, p 554
-
558, 2008, 2008 1
1th
IEEE Singapore International Conference on Communication Systems, ICCS 2008; DOI:
10.1109/ICCS.2008.4737245; Article number: 4737245; Conference: 2008 11th IEEE Singapore
International Conference on Communication Systems, ICCS 2008, November 19, 2008
-

November 21, 2008;

Publisher: Inst. of Elec. and Elec. Eng. Computer SocietyAuthor affiliation: 1 MOE KLINNS Lab.
and SKLMS Lab., Department of Computer Science and Technology, Xi'an Jiaotong University,
Xi'an, Shanxi Proviance, China2 School of Informat
ion Science, Guangdong Ocean University
Zhanjiang, Guangdong Proviance, China

Abstract: The idea of using entropy measurement to detect anomalies is not a novelty in the
research community. But all these entropy
-
based approaches are single
-
scale based "co
mplexity"
methods, and don't consider temporal and spatial correlation in network traffic. In this paper,
multi
-
scale entropy (MSE) and Renyi cross entropy are introduced to solve these problems. First,
a kind of Port
-
to
-
Port traffic termed IF
-
flow in rout
er is defined. Internal traffic matrix can be
constructed by IF
-
flows. Then a new scheme based on MSE and Renyi cross entropy is proposed
to detect traffic anomaly existed in IF
-
flow matrix. MSE is used to detect IF
-
flow traces in time
scales. Renyi cross
entropy is used to detect anomaly existed in IF
-
flow matrix in space and small
scale time, and pinpoint IF
-
flow(s) responsible for entropy change. An improved method to
calculate Renyi Cross entropy is proposed to reduce false alarm and identify anomaly du
ration.
The experimental results indicate the scheme can detect anomaly accurately in time and space.
&copy; 2008 IEEE. (11 refs.)Main Heading: EntropyControlled terms: Alarm systems
-

Communication systems
-

Internet
-

Mean square error
-

Strain energyUn
controlled terms:
Anomaly detection
-

IF
-
flow
-

Multi
-
scale entropy
-

Renyi cross entropy
-

Traffic
matrixClassification Code: 922.2 Mathematical Statistics
-

914.2 Fires and Fire Protection
-

914.1 Accidents and Accident Prevention
-

731.1 Control Syst
ems
-

931.1 Mechanics
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723
Computer Software, Data Handling and Applications
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717 Optical Communication
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716
Telecommunication; Radar, Radio and Television
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641.1 Thermodynamics
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718 Telephone
Systems and Related Technologies; Line Communications

Data
base: Compendex

Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2011 Elsevier Inc.


<RECORD 6>

An open air
-
vapor compression refrigeration system for air
-
conditioning and desalination on ship

Hou, Shaobo1, 2; Li, Huacong1; Zhang, Hefei1 Source: Desalination, v 2
22, n 1
-
3, p 646
-
655,
March 1, 2008

; ISSN: 00119164; DOI: 10.1016/j.desal.2007.01.190;

Publisher: ElsevierAuthor affiliation: 1 School of Power and Energy, Northwestern Polytechnical
University, Xi'an, Shaanxi 710072, China2 College of Engineering, Gua
ngdong Ocean University,
East Jiefang Rd. No. 40, Xiashan, Zhanjiang, Guangdong 524006, China

Abstract: This paper presents an open air
-
vapor compression refrigeration system for both
air
-
conditioning and desalination on ship cooled by seawater, and prove
s its feasibility through
performance simulation. Pinch technology is used in the analysis of heat exchange in the surface
heat exchanger and the temperature difference at pinch point is selected as 6&deg;C. The
freshwater is obtained from the dehumidifica
tion of the compressed wet air before turbine and the
flash and condensation of the cooling water. Its refrigeration depends mainly on both air and vapor,
more efficient than a conventional air
-
cycle, and the use of turbo
-
machinery makes this possible.
Thi
s system could use the cool in seawater, which could not be used to cool air directly. Also, the
heat rejected from this system could be used for desalination. The sensitivity analysis of COP to
&eta;<inf>c</inf> and &eta;<inf>t</inf> and the simulated res
ults T<inf>4</inf>, T<inf>7</inf>,
T<inf>8</inf>, q<inf>1</inf>, q<inf>2</inf> and w<inf>m</inf> of circle are given. The
simulations show that the COP of this system depends mainly on T<inf>7</inf>,
&eta;<inf>c</inf> and &eta;<inf>t</inf>, and varies with

T<inf>3</inf> or T<inf>wet</inf> and
that this circle is feasible on ship although the sensitivity of COP to efficiencies of the axial
compressor and turbine. The optimum pressure ratio in this system could be lower and this results
in a fewer number of s
tages of axial compressor. The adoption of this system will make
air
-
conditioned room more comfortable because of its very low temperature air obtained. Humid
air is a perfect working fluid for central air
-
conditioning and desalination on ship and no cost
to
the owner. The system is more efficient because use of cool seawater to cool the air before turbine.
In addition, Pinch technology is a good method to analyze the wet air heat exchange with water.
&copy; 2008. (26 refs.)Main Heading: RefrigerationContro
lled terms: Air conditioning
-

Compressors
-

Computer simulation
-

Condensation
-

Desalination
-

Heat exchangers
-

Pinch
effect
-

Sensitivity analysis
-

Temperature distribution
-

TurbinesUncontrolled terms: Air cycle
-

Air
-
vapor compression refrigeratio
n system
-

Axial compressorClassification Code: 616.1 Heat
Exchange Equipment and Components
-

641.1 Thermodynamics
-

643.3 Air Conditioning
-

644.1
Refrigeration Methods
-

802.3 Chemical Operations
-

921.6 Numerical MethodsTreatment:
Experimental (EXP)

Database: Compendex

Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2011 Elsevier Inc.


<RECORD 7>

High effective to remove nitrogen process in abattoir wastewater treatment

Shengquan, Ye1, 2; Siyuan, Guo1; Hui, Wu1 Source: Desalination, v 222, n 1
-
3, p 146
-
150
,
March 1, 2008

; ISSN: 00119164; DOI: 10.1016/j.desal.2007.01.140;

Publisher: ElsevierAuthor affiliation: 1 College of Light Industry and Food, South China
University of Technology, Guangzhou, 510640, China2 College of Food Science and Technology,
Guang
dong Ocean University, Hai Ning Road, No. 67, Xiashan, Zhanjiang, Guangdong 524005,
China

Abstract: A new method of membrane sequencing batch reactor (MSBR) process in abattoir
wastewater treatment is given. With nitrification and denitrification bacteriu
m, it is effective to
remove nitrogen. At the same time, the whole system can be autocontrolled and do not add any
drugs or bacteriums again after it runs. The experimental results show that the quality of abattoir
wastewater can attain to the national req
uirements of the first grade of integrated wastewater
discharge standard (GB 8978
-

1996). About 45
-
65% of the solids or approximately 30
-
40% of the
biological oxygen demand (BOD) load can be separated by pre
-
treatment screening and
sedimentation. MSBR sys
tems are lagoon, membrane sequencing batch reactor (MSBR),
biological treatment and membrane filter (MF) processes. Abattoir wastewater is well suited to
MSBR treatment because it is high in organic compounds. Typical reductions of up to 98% BOD,
93% SS, 9
8% COD, 95% NH<inf>3</inf>
-
N and 95% lipin are approved. Wastewater in abattoirs
can be reduced by membrane filtration which can produce recyclable water. Total COD can be
reduced below 100 mg/L. The performances of both sequencing batch reactor (SBR) proc
ess and
membrane sequencing batch reactor (MSBR) process operating simultaneously under the same
condition to treat abattoir wastewater were examined. Conventional SBR treatment average COD
removal efficiencies are of 85
-
90%. MSBR average COD removal effic
iencies are of 98%. The
result show that MSBR process has better treatment effect and is easier to operate and manage
compared with SBR process. MSBR is a new method of abattoir wastewater treatment and has a
broad prospects. &copy; 2006. (4 refs.)Main Hea
ding: Wastewater treatmentControlled terms:
Batch reactors
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Chemical oxygen demand
-

Chemicals removal (water treatment)
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Denitrification
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Filters (for fluids)
-

Filtration
-

Nitrification
-

SedimentationUncontrolled terms: Membrane
sequencing batch r
eactor
-

Removal efficiencyClassification Code: 452.3 Industrial Wastes
-

452.4 Industrial Wastes Treatment and Disposal
-

802.1 Chemical Plants and Equipment
-

802.2
Chemical Reactions
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802.3 Chemical OperationsTreatment: Experimental (EXP)

Database: C
ompendex

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<RECORD 8>

Research of dynamic rule engine in financial management software

Xu, Bing1; Xie, Shi
-
Yi1 Source: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Machine
Learning and Cyber
netics, ICMLC, v 3, p 1389
-
1393, 2008, Proceedings of the 7th International
Conference on Machine Learning and Cybernetics, ICMLC; ISBN
-
13: 9781424420964; DOI:
10.1109/ICMLC.2008.4620622; Article number: 4620622; Conference: 7th International
Conference
on Machine Learning and Cybernetics, ICMLC, July 12, 2008
-

July 15, 2008;

Publisher: Inst. of Elec. and Elec. Eng. Computer SocietyAuthor affiliation: 1 College of
Information Technology, Guangdong Ocean University, Zhanjiang 524088, China

Abstract: It
applies a rule engine design scheme with dynamic programming algorithm and
optimal policy in financial management system. The scheme adopts backward reasoning method,
when the facts and rules change in a small way, the results of constant parts are kept by

the
algorithm, and it just needs to calculate the changing parts. Thus, the massive repeated calculating
workload can be reduced, which enhances system performance greatly. When the facts and rules
have big changing, the algorithm still retains a high eff
iciency. The testing result shows that the
average response time to system is far lower than both of forward reasoning and ordinary
backward reasoning method in same circumstances. &copy;2008 IEEE. (11 refs.)Main Heading:
Systems engineeringControlled term
s: Control theory
-

Cybernetics
-

Dynamic programming
-

Learning systems
-

Machine design
-

Robot learningUncontrolled terms: Average response times
-

Backward reasoning
-

Dynamic Programming algorithms
-

Dynamic rules
-

Financial
management systems
-

Fi
nancial managements
-

Forward reasonings
-

High efficiencies
-

Optimal
policy
-

Rule engine
-

System performances
-

Testing resultsClassification Code: 921.5
Optimization Techniques
-

912 Industrial Engineering and Management
-

731.5 Robotics
-

731.1
Con
trol Systems
-

961 Systems Science
-

723.5 Computer Applications
-

601 Mechanical Design
-

461.9 Biology
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461.4 Ergonomics and Human Factors Engineering
-

723.4 Artificial Intelligence

Database: Compendex

Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2011 Els
evier Inc.


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Direct electrochemistry and electrocatalysis of horseradish peroxidase based on clay
-
chitosan
-
gold
nanoparticle nanocomposite

Zhao, Xiaojuan1; Mai, Zhibin1; Kang, Xinhuang1, 2; Zou, Xiaoyong1 Source: Biosensors and
Bioelectronics, v
23, n 7, p 1032
-
1038, Febrary 28, 2008

; ISSN: 09565663; DOI: 10.1016/j.bios.2007.10.012;

Publisher: Elsevier LtdAuthor affiliation: 1 School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Sun
Yat
-
Sen University, Guangzhou, 510275, China2 College of Science, Gu
angdong Ocean
University, Zhanjiang, 524088, China

Abstract: Gold nanoparticles stabilized by chitosan (AuCS) were hybridized with exfoliated clay
nanoplates through electrostatic interaction. The resulting clay
-
chitosan
-
gold nanoparticle
nanocomposite (C
lay/AuCS) was used to modify glassy carbon electrode (GCE). HRP, a model
peroxidase, was entrapped between the Clay/AuCS film and another clay layer. UV
-
vis spectrum
suggested HRP retained its native conformation in the modified film. Basal plane spacing o
f clay
obtained by X
-
ray diffraction (XRD) indicated that there was an
intercalation
-
exfoliation
-
restacking process among HRP, AuCS and clay during the modified film
drying. The immobilized HRP showed a pair of quasi
-
reversible redox peaks at
-
0.195 V (vs.

saturated Ag/AgCl electrode) in 0.1 M PBS (pH 7.0), and the biosensor displayed a fast
amperometric response to H<inf>2</inf>O<inf>2</inf> with a wide linear range of 39 &mu;M to
3.1 mM. The detection limit was 9.0 &mu;M based on the signal to noise ratio

of 3. The kinetic
parameters such as &alpha; (charge transfer coefficient), k<inf>s</inf> (electron transfer rate
constant) and K<inf>m</inf> (Michaelis
-
Menten constant) were evaluated to be 0.53, 2.95
&plusmn; 0.20 s<sup>
-
1</sup> and 23.15 mM, respective
ly. &copy; 2007 Elsevier B.V. All rights
reserved. (51 refs.)Main Heading: GoldControlled terms: Clay
-

Electrochemistry
-

Nanocomposites
-

NanoparticlesUncontrolled terms: Chitosan
-

Direct electrochemistry
-

Exfoliated clay nanoplates
-

Horseradish per
oxidasesClassification Code: 483.1 Soils and Soil
Mechanics
-

547.1 Precious Metals
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761 Nanotechnology
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801.4.1 Electrochemistry
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933 Solid
State PhysicsTreatment: Theoretical (THR); Experimental (EXP)

Database: Compendex

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ms, Copyright 2011 Elsevier Inc.


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Research of collaborative learning platform based on blog group

Bing, Xu1 Source: Proceedings
-

International Conference on Computer Science and Software
Engineering, CSSE 2008, v 5, p 27
-
30, 2008, Proceedings

-

International Conference on
Computer Science and Software Engineering, CSSE 2008; ISBN
-
13: 9780769533360; DOI:
10.1109/CSSE.2008.63; Article number: 4722834; Conference: International Conference on
Computer Science and Software Engineering, CSSE 2008,
December 12, 2008
-

December 14,
2008;

Publisher: IEEE Computer SocietyAuthor affiliation: 1 College of Information Technology,
Guangdong Ocean University, Zhanjiang, China

Abstract: Contraposing the existed problem and developmental requirement of netwo
rk
education system, it analyzed the application features of blog technique in education domain, and
put forward a method of adopting blog group to construct a collaborative learning platform. It
discussed the various modes of collaborative learning based
on blog, and designed a learning
resources database for this platform according to the spirit of blog and blog group. Finally, it
succeed in constructing the learning platform and applied it to the actual teaching practice. &copy;
2008 IEEE. (4 refs.)Main
Heading: InternetControlled terms: Blogs
-

Software
engineeringUncontrolled terms: Blog group
-

Collaborative learning
-

Learning elements
-

Learning mode
-

Learning resourcesClassification Code: 723 Computer Software, Data
Handling and Applications
-

723.1 Computer Programming

Database: Compendex

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<RECORD 11>

Z
-
R relationship from the particle size and velocity (Parsivel) optical disdrometer and its
application in estimating areal rainfall

Ch
en, Qian1; Niu, Shengjie1; Yu, Zhang2; Feng, Xu3 Source: 2nd International Conference on
Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering, iCBBE 2008, p 4637
-
4640, 2008, 2nd International
Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering, iCBBE 2008; ISBN
-
13:
9781424417483; DOI: 10.1109/ICBBE.2008.318; Article number: 4535198; Conference: 2nd
International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering, iCBBE 2008, May 16,
2006
-

May 18, 2006; Sponsor: IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Soc
iety (EMB);
Univ. Iowa, Cent. Bioinformatics and Computational Biology; Cent. Devices and Radiological
Health, Food and Drug Adm.; Wuhan Univ., Advanced Research Center for Science and
Technology; Shanghai Jiaotong Univ., College of Life Science and Techno
logy;

Publisher: Inst. of Elec. and Elec. Eng. Computer SocietyAuthor affiliation: 1 Laboratory for
Atmospheric Physics and Environment (LAPE), Nanjing University of Information Science and
Technology, Nanjing, China2 Zhanjiang Meteorological Bureau, Zhan
jiang, China3 Fisheries
College, Guangdong Ocean University, Zhanjiang, China

Abstract: In order to improve the precision of Radar rainfall estimates, the Parsivel was used for
observation of rain drop spectra over Leizhou Peninsula from July to August, 2
007. A total of
18070 size distributions were analyzed and the Z
-
R relationship of convective precipitation and
mixtures of convective and stratocumulus cumulogenitus precipitation were obtained. These Z
-
R
values were used for estimating areal rainfall and

then compared with observations from
automatic weather station. Cases with convective and mixtures of convective and stratocumulus
cumulogenitus precipitation were selected for the evaluation. The precipitation studies were also
used to evaluate the preci
sion of the PARSIVEL measurements as compared to the rainfall data of
automatic weather station. &copy; 2008 IEEE. (9 refs.)Main Heading: Precipitation
(meteorology)Controlled terms: Biocommunications
-

Bioinformatics
-

Biomedical engineering
-

Clouds
-

I
nformation scienceUncontrolled terms: Base reflectivity
-

Hourly precipitation
-

Particle size and velocity (PARSIVEL) optical disdrometer
-

Weather stations
-

Z
-
R
relationshipClassification Code: 723 Computer Software, Data Handling and Applications
-

721.1 Computer Theory, Includes Formal Logic, Automata Theory, Switching Theory,
Programming Theory
-

716.1 Information Theory and Signal Processing
-

903 Information
Science
-

461.8.2 Bioinformatics
-

443.3 Precipitation
-

443 Meteorology
-

461.1 Biomedic
al
Engineering

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The rehybridization of electronic orbitals in carbon nanotubes

Ouyang, Yu1; Peng, Jing
-
Cui1; Wang, Hui2; Peng, Zhi
-
Hua1 Source: Chinese Physics B,
v 17, n 8,
p 3123
-
3129, August 1, 2008

; ISSN: 16741056; DOI: 10.1088/1674
-
1056/17/8/059;

Publisher: Institute of Physics PublishingAuthor affiliation: 1 School of Applied Physics and
Microelectronic, Hunan University, Changsha 410082, China2 College of

Science, Guangdong
Ocean University, Zhanjiang 524088, China

Abstract: Rehybridization of electronic orbitals in carbon nanotubes contains tilting angles of
&pi; orbital, electrons wavefunctions of &pi; orbital and &sigma; orbital, degrees of hybridizati
on,
etc. In this paper, we have obtained analytical formulas of tilting angle of &pi; orbital relative to
tube surface, electrons wavefunctions of &pi; orbital and &sigma; orbital, degrees of hybridization,
separately, as well as the numerical results. &co
py; 2008 Chin. Phys. Soc. and IOP Publishing Ltd.
(16 refs.)Main Heading: Carbon nanotubesControlled terms: Atoms
-

Carbon
-

Nanocomposites
-

Nanostructured materials
-

Nanostructures
-

NanotubesUncontrolled terms: Analytical
formulas
-

Curvature effect
-

Degree of hybridization
-

Electronic orbitals
-

Numerical results
-

Rehybridization of orbitals
-

Tilting angles
-

WavefunctionsClassification Code: 933.1
Crystalline Solids
-

933 Solid State Physics
-

931.3 Atomic and Molecular Physics
-

804 Chemical
Products Generally
-

761 Nanotechnology
-

714.2 Semiconductor Devices and Integrated Circuits
-

712.1 Semiconducting Materials

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Combined super compact finite diffe
rence scheme and application to simulation of shallow water
equations

Lin, Dong1, 2; Zhan, Jie
-
Min1, 3 Source: Jisuan Lixue Xuebao/Chinese Journal of Computational
Mechanics, v 25, n 6, p 791
-
796, December 2008; Language: Chinese

; ISSN: 10074708;

Publi
sher: Science PressAuthor affiliation: 1 Department of Applied Mechanics and Engineering,
Zhongshan University, Guangzhou 510275, China2 Department of Physics, Hainan Normal
University, Haikou 571158, China3 Guangdong Province Key Laboratory of Coastal Oce
an
Engineering, Zhongshan University, Guangzhou 510275, China

Abstract: A combined super compact finite difference scheme (CSCD) is proposed. Numerical
characteristics of CSCD is analysed and compared with other symmetric difference schemes. The
truncatio
n error of CSCD is derived and compared with some symmetric finite difference methods
having the same order of accuracy, which shows that CSCD has the smallest coefficients in error
terms. By using Fourier analysis on the capability of resolution, we concl
ude that CSCD gives
higher resolution, with respect to other symmetric finite difference methods. Tenth
-
order CSCD is
applied to numerical simulation of KdV
-
Burgers equation and shallow water equations. Two tests
are given. Numerical experiment point out t
hat CSCD has properties of not only higher accuracy
but also good stability and convergence. (13 refs.)Main Heading: Difference equationsControlled
terms: Convergence of numerical methods
-

Fourier analysis
-

Mathematical models
-

PowdersUncontrolled term
s: Adams
-
Bashforth scheme
-

Burgers equations
-

Combined super
compact finite difference scheme (CSCD)
-

Error terms
-

Finite differences
-

Good stabilities
-

Higher resolutions
-

Numerical characteristics
-

Numerical experiments
-

Numerical simulations
-

Resolution
-

Shallow Water equations
-

Symmetric differences
-

Truncation errorsClassification
Code: 921.6 Numerical Methods
-

921 Mathematics
-

804 Chemical Products Generally
-

752
Sound Devices, Equipment and Systems
-

751 Acoustics, Noise. Sound
-

5
36 Powder Metallurgy
-

482.1 Mineralogical Techniques

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Variation of chlorophyll a concentration before an algal bloom in Taihu Lake detected by
MODIS/Terra imagery

Dazhao, Liu1, 2; Chuqun, Chen2; Luhua, Zhao3; Dingtian, Yang2; Dongyang, Fu1 Source:
Proceedings of SPIE
-

The International Society for Optical Engineering, v 7145, 2008,
Geoinformatics 2008 and Joint Conference on GIS and Built Environment: Monitoring a
nd
Assessment of Natural Resources and Environments

; ISSN: 0277786X; DOI: 10.1117/12.812977; Article number: 714502; Conference:
Geoinformatics 2008 and Joint Conference on GIS and Built Environment: Monitoring and
Assessment of Natural Resources and Env
ironments, June 28, 2008
-

June 29, 2008;

Publisher: SPIEAuthor affiliation: 1 Guang Dong Ocean University, Zhanjiang, 524088, China2
LED, South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Guangzhou,
510300, China3 Henan Quality Polyte
chnic, Pingdingshan 467000, China

Abstract: The occurrence of algal bloom has threatened the water quality of Taihu Lake that
provides drinking water for millions of people in the eastern Chinese city of Wuxi, Jiangsu
Province. Chlorophyll a presented in
living phytoplankton is a very important ecological and
environmental parameter of waters and it is usually used as indicator of the algal bloom. To assess
changes in chlorophyll a concentration distributions before an algal bloom in Taihu Lake on May
29,
2007, a linear model was established between the radio of band 1 (620
-
670nm) to band 2
(841
-
876nm) of the MODIS medium
-
resolution bands and the in situ measurements of chlorophyll
a concentration. The distributions of chlorophyll a concentration are mapped
. The phytoplankton
patches are evenly distributed over the Taihu Lake during March 2007, while the patches are
confined to north part of the lake along the bank during May 2007, including Meiliang Bay where
the water supply of Wuxi city is. This study dem
onstrates that the moderately high resolution of
MODIS/Terra 250
-
m data is useful for monitoring the chlorophyll a distribution in small inland
water body such as Taihu Lake. &copy; 2008 SPIE. (10 refs.)Main Heading:
ChlorophyllControlled terms: Algae con
trol
-

Blooms (metal)
-

Concentration (process)
-

Geographic information systems
-

Lakes
-

Monitoring
-

Phytoplankton
-

Porphyrins
-

Potable
water
-

Spectrometers
-

Water pollution
-

Water quality
-

Water resources
-

Water
supplyUncontrolled terms: Algal
blooms
-

Chinese cities
-

Chlorophyll
-
a
-

Chlorophyll
-
a
concentrations
-

Drinking waters
-

Environmental parameters
-

High resolutions
-

In
-
situ
measurements
-

Inland waters
-

Jiangsu provinces
-

Linear models
-

MODIS
-

Taihu
lakeClassification Code: 944

Moisture, Pressure and Temperature, and Radiation Measuring
Instruments
-

741.3 Optical Devices and Systems
-

801 Chemistry
-

801.2 Biochemistry
-

802.3
Chemical Operations
-

804.1 Organic Compounds
-

903.3 Information Retrieval and Use
-

941
Acoustical a
nd Optical Measuring Instruments
-

941.3 Optical Instruments
-

942 Electric and
Electronic Measuring Instruments
-

943 Mechanical and Miscellaneous Measuring Instruments
-

723.3 Database Systems
-

407 Maritime and Port Structures; Rivers and Other Waterway
s
-

444
Water Resources
-

444.1 Surface Water
-

445.2 Water Analysis
-

535.1.2 Rolling Mill Practice
-

446.1 Water Supply Systems
-

453.2 Water Pollution Control
-

461.9 Biology
-

471 Marine
Science and Oceanography
-

453 Water Pollution

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<RECORD 15>

Contrast experimental research between flower baffle heat exchanger and plate baffle heat
exchanger

Lai, Xue
-
Jiang1; Dai, Yong2; Huang, Su
-
Yi2 Source: Huaxue Gongcheng/Chemical Eng
ineering
(China), v 36, n 12, p 14
-
17, December 2008; Language: Chinese

; ISSN: 10059954;

Publisher: Editorial Office of Chemical Engineering (China)Author affiliation: 1 Engineering
College, Guangdong Ocean University, Zhanjiang 524005, China2 School o
f Energy and Power
College Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan 430074, China

Abstract: As the shell side of flow plate baffle heat exchanger scours crossly heat exchanger
tubes, there are some disadvantages such as big vibrat
ion and pressure drop, and easily fouling,
and low Reynolds number Re of shell side flow of rod
-
baffle heat exchanger when it is used as
cooling oil exchanger. To overcome these disadvantages, flower baffle heat exchanger was
developed, which has a new kin
d of support structure in shell side with different flow way from
that of single
-
plate baffle heat exchanger. Shell side flow scours vertically heat exchanger tubes.
And it has low shell side pressure drop, low noise caused by tube vibration. By contrastin
g
experimental research of heat exchange and flow resistance between flower baffle heat exchanger
and plate baffle heat exchanger, the shell side pressure drop of flower baffle heat exchanger is
about 70%
-
80% of plate baffle heat exchanger when Re is the s
ame. The integrated performance
ratio of flower baffle heat exchanger contrasting with plate baffle heat exchanger is 110%
-
140%.
(5 refs.)

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A formal model of dynam
ic evolvement for enterprise intelligent component

Rui, Fan1; Xiaohui, Liu2 Source: Chinese Control and Decision Conference, 2008, CCDC 2008,
p 682
-
687, 2008, Chinese Control and Decision Conference, 2008, CCDC 2008; Language:
Chinese; ISBN
-
13: 978142441
7346; DOI: 10.1109/CCDC.2008.4597400; Article number:
4597400; Conference: Chinese Control and Decision Conference 2008, CCDC 2008, July 2, 2008
-

July 4, 2008;

Publisher: Inst. of Elec. and Elec. Eng. Computer SocietyAuthor affiliation: 1 Software Colleg
e,
Guangdong Ocean University, Zhanjiang 524088, China2 Finance Department, Guangdong Ocean
University, Zhanjiang 524088, China

Abstract: To construct autonomous, consonant, dynamic evolved software entity, and
dynamically assemble them under the Internet

opening environment for the complex enterprise
software system is recent trend. Based on the enterprise intelligence component model with
&pi;
-
calculation formalization method, this article further analyzes, depicts and confirms the
characters of autonomy
, dynamic evolved about enterprise intelligence component. The enterprise
intelligence component dynamic evolution formal model is established, which provides one kind
of new formal approach for the network component. &copy;2008 IEEE. (9 refs.)Main Heading
:
Intelligent networksControlled terms: Chlorine compounds
-

Computer software
-

Security of
dataUncontrolled terms: Component modelling
-

Dynamic envolment
-

Dynamic evolution
-

Enterprise intelligence
-

Enterprise intelligent component
-

Enterprise sof
tware
-

Formal approach
-

Formal modeling
-

Formalization method
-

Software entitiesClassification Code: 716
Telecommunication; Radar, Radio and Television
-

723 Computer Software, Data Handling and
Applications
-

723.2 Data Processing and Image Processi
ng
-

804.1 Organic Compounds

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A CNN
-
based edge detection algorithm for remote sensing image

Xu, Guo
-
Bao1, 2; Zhao, Gui
-
Yan1; Yin, Lu2; Yin, Yi
-
Xin2; Shen, Yu
-
Li3 S
ource: Chinese Control
and Decision Conference, 2008, CCDC 2008, p 2558
-
2561, 2008, Chinese Control and Decision
Conference, 2008, CCDC 2008; ISBN
-
13: 9781424417346; DOI: 10.1109/CCDC.2008.4597787;
Article number: 4597787; Conference: Chinese Control and

Decision Conference 2008, CCDC
2008, July 2, 2008
-

July 4, 2008;

Publisher: Inst. of Elec. and Elec. Eng. Computer SocietyAuthor affiliation: 1 Information School,
Guangdong Ocean University, Zhanjiang 524088, China2 School of Information Engineering,
U
niversity of Science and Technology Beijing, Beijing 1000833 ZhongKai University of
Agriculture and Technology, Guangzhou 510225, China

Abstract: With the development and applications of satellite remote sensing technology, the edge
detection accuracy of
remote sensing image is increasingly high. As the gray remote sensing
image has a lot of noise, even image brightness, and vague edge, a novel edge detection algorithm
based on cellular neural network (CNN) is presented. In the algorithm, image filtering,
gray
threshold segmentation, dilation and erosion, and edge detection using CNN are performed for
remote sensing image successively. The experimental results show that, compared to the
traditional edge detection algorithms of Sobel operator and Canny opera
tor, the proposed edge
detection algorithm can not only effectively eliminate the influence of the noise on edge detection,
but also quickly detect the complete image edge. &copy; 2008 IEEE. (10 refs.)Main Heading:
Edge detectionControlled terms: Algorith
ms
-

Cellular neural networks
-

Image reconstruction
-

Neural networks
-

Remote sensing
-

Signal detection
-

Space opticsUncontrolled terms: Canny
Operators
-

Cellular neural network (CNN)
-

Edge detection algorithms
-

Image brightness
-

Image edges
-

Ima
ge filtering
-

Remote sensing image
-

Satellite remote sensing
-

Sobel operators
-

Template
-

Threshold segmentationClassification Code: 731.1 Control Systems
-

723.4
Artificial Intelligence
-

723 Computer Software, Data Handling and Applications
-

741 L
ight,
Optics and Optical Devices
-

716.1 Information Theory and Signal Processing
-

656.1 Space
Flight
-

461.1 Biomedical Engineering
-

716 Telecommunication; Radar, Radio and Television

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sevier Inc.


<RECORD 18>

Computational fluid dynamic simulation of an inter
-
phasing pulse tube cooler

Zhang, Xiao
-
Bin1; Gan, Zhi
-
Hua1; Qiu, Li
-
Min1; Liu, Hua
-
Xiang2 Source: Journal of Zhejiang
University: Science A, v 9, n 1, p 93
-
98, January 2008

; ISSN
: 1673565X, E
-
ISSN: 18621775; DOI: 10.1631/jzus.A071259;

Publisher: Zhejiang University PressAuthor affiliation: 1 Institute of Refrigeration and Cryogenics,
Zhejiang University, Hangzhou 310027, China2 College of Science, Guangdong Ocean University,
Zha
njiang 524088, China

Abstract: An inter
-
phasing pulse tube cooler (IPPTC) consists of two pulse tube units, which are
connected to each other at hot ends of the pulse tubes through a needle valve. This paper presents
the computational fluid dynamic (CFD)
results of an IPPTC using a 2D axis
-
symmetrical model.
General results such as the phase difference between pressure and velocity at cold end and hot end,
the temperature profiles along the wall, the available lowest temperature as well as its oscillations

and the coefficient of performance (COP) for IPPTC are presented. The formation of DC flow and
its effects on the performance of the cooler are investigated and analyzed in detail. Turbulence,
which is partially responsible for the poor overall performanc
e of a single orifice pulse tube cooler
(OPTC), is found to be much reduced in IPPTC and its performance is improved significantly
compared with the single OPTC. &copy; 2008 Springer
-
Verlag. (13 refs.)Main Heading:
Computational fluid dynamicsControlled te
rms: DC generators
-

Mathematical models
-

Orifices
-

Valves (mechanical)Uncontrolled terms: Coefficient of performance (COP)
-

Inner phasing
-

Inter phasing pulse tube cooler (IPPTC)
-

Orifice pulse tube cooler (OPTC)
-

Pulse tube cooler
(PTC)Classifica
tion Code: 601.2 Machine Components
-

619.1 Pipe, Piping and Pipelines
-

705.2.2 DC Generators
-

723.5 Computer Applications
-

921 Mathematics
-

931.1
MechanicsTreatment: Theoretical (THR)

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1 Elsevier Inc.


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Scaling in global ocean chlorophyll fluctuations

Zhan, Haigang1, 2 Source: Geophysical Research Letters, v 35, n 1, January 16, 2008

; ISSN: 00948276; DOI: 10.1029/2007GL032078; Article number: L01606;

Publisher: American Geo
physical UnionAuthor affiliation: 1 Key Laboratory of Tropical Marine
Environmental Dynamics, South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of
Sciences, Guangzhou 510301, China2 Guangdong Province Key Laboratory of Coastal Ocean
Engineering, Zho
ngshan University, Guangzhou, China

Abstract: Nine years of weekly Sea
-
viewing Wide Field
-
of
-
view Sensor (SeaWiFS) data from
1998 to 2006 are used to investigate the temporal correlations in chlorophyll fluctuations by
means of detrended fluctuation analy
sis. Chlorophyll fluctuations are found to exhibit scaling
behavior on time scales from several weeks to more than two years over the global ocean between
50&deg;S and 50&deg;N. The scaling exponent varies in a wide range from 0.51 to 1.26, with an
average

value of 0.83. Long range correlated fluctuations occur over large parts of the ocean,
while uncorrelated random fluctuations tend to concentrate in the western margins of the Pacific
and Atlantic. The global distribution of the scaling exponent is simila
r to that of the ratio of
interannual to total variability. A greater percentage of interannual to total variability is generally
associated with a larger scaling exponent and hence stronger long range correlation. Copyright
2008 by the American Geophysica
l Union. (21 refs.)Main Heading: Marine biologyControlled
terms: Chlorophyll
-

Correlation methods
-

Oceanography
-

Scaling lawsUncontrolled terms:
Chlorophyll fluctuation
-

Scaling exponentClassification Code: 461.9 Biology
-

471.1
Oceanography, Gener
al
-

801.2 Biochemistry
-

921.6 Numerical Methods
-

922.2 Mathematical
StatisticsTreatment: Theoretical (THR)

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Novel viewpoint for explaining thermal degradation m
echanism of fiber Bragg gratings

Wang, Wenhua1; Wu, Weina1; Lin, Junxiu2 Source: Proceedings of SPIE
-

The International
Society for Optical Engineering, v 6829, 2008, Advanced Materials and Devices for Sensing and
Imaging III

; ISSN: 0277786X; ISBN
-
13:
9780819470041; DOI: 10.1117/12.754167; Article number:
682919; Conference: Advanced Materials and Devices for Sensing and Imaging III, November 12,
2007
-

November 14, 2007; Sponsor: The International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE);
Chinese Optica
l Society (COS);

Publisher: SPIEAuthor affiliation: 1 School of Science, Guangdong Ocean Univ., Zhanjiang,
China2 School of Physics and Optoelectronic Engineering, Dalian Univ. of Technology, Dalian,
116024, China

Abstract: In this paper, the thermal deg
radation mechanism of ultraviolet
-
induced fiber Bragg
gratings (FBGs) written in silica fiber doped with germanium has been developed. The thermal
degradation up to 840 &deg;C has been repeatedly examined, and their reflectivity and Bragg
wavelength change

have been carefully observed. In addition, the temperature characteristic of the
FBG is tested by putting it into a silica tube furnace heated from room temperature to 600 &deg;C.
The experiment results obtained has shown that the FBGs' thermal behavior i
s similar to a spring's.
Therefore, a novel viewpoint, atomic elastic model applied to explain the thermal degradation
mechanism of FBGs, is firstly present. The work is closely related to the use of FBGs for
application in temperature sensor field, and th
e work is also related to form mechanism of FBGs.
(5 refs.)Main Heading: Fiber Bragg gratingsControlled terms: Bragg cells
-

Bragg gratings
-

Degradation
-

Fiber optic sensors
-

Fiber optics
-

Germanium
-

Mechanisms
-

Pigments
-

Silica
-

Silicate minerals

-

Silicon compounds
-

Sulfate minerals
-

Thermogravimetric
analysisUncontrolled terms: Advanced materials
-

Applied (CO)
-

Atomic elastic model
-

Bragg
wave length
-

degradation mechanisms
-

Experiment results
-

Room
-
temperature (RT)
-

Sensing
and imagin
g
-

Silica fibers
-

Silica tubes
-

Ultraviolet (UV)Classification Code: 803 Chemical
Agents and Basic Industrial Chemicals
-

802.2 Chemical Reactions
-

801 Chemistry
-

741.3
Optical Devices and Systems
-

741.1.2 Fiber Optics
-

712.1.2 Compound Semiconduc
ting
Materials
-

601.3 Mechanisms
-

549.3 Nonferrous Metals and Alloys excluding Alkali and
Alkaline Earth Metals
-

482.2 Minerals

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Potential of constructed wetlan
ds in treating the eutrophic water: Evidence from Taihu Lake of
China

Li, Linfeng1, 2, 4; Li, Yinghao1; Biswas, Dilip Kumar1; Nian, Yuegang3; Jiang, Gaoming1
Source: Bioresource Technology, v 99, n 6, p 1656
-
1663, April 2008

; ISSN: 09608524; DOI: 10.101
6/j.biortech.2007.04.001;

Publisher: Elsevier LtdAuthor affiliation: 1 Key Laboratory of Vegetation and Environmental
Change, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, 100093, China2 Agricultural
College, Guangdong Ocean University, Zhanj
iang, 524088, China3 Chinese Research Academy of
Environment Sciences, Beijing, 100012, China4 Graduate University, Chinese Academy of
Sciences, Beijing, 100049, China

Abstract: Three parallel units of pilot
-
scale constructed wetlands (CWs), i.e., vertica
l subsurface
flow (VSF), horizontal subsurface flow (HSF) and free water surface flow (FWS) wetland were
experimented to assess their capabilities in purifying eutrophic water of Taihu Lake, China. Lake
water was continuously pumped into the CWs at a hydra
ulic loading rate of 0.64 m
d<sup>
-
1</sup> for each treatment. One year's performance displayed that average removal rates
of chemical oxygen demand (COD), ammonia nitrogen (NH<inf>4</inf><sup>+</sup> s(
-
) N),
nitrate nitrogen (NO<inf>3</inf><sup>
-
</sup> s
(
-
) N), total nitrogen (TN) and total phosphorous
(TP) were 17
-
40%, 23
-
46%, 34
-
65%, 20
-
52% and 35
-
66%, respectively. The VSF and HSF
showed statistically similar high potential for nutrients removal except
NH<inf>4</inf><sup>+</sup> s(
-
) N, with the former

being 14% higher than that of the latter.
However, the FWS wetland showed the least effect compared to the VSF and HSF at the high
hydraulic loading rate. Mean effluent TP concentrations in VSF (0.056 mg L<sup>
-
1</sup>) and
HSF (0.052 mg L<sup>
-
1</sup>) n
early reached Grade III (&le0.05 mg L<sup>
-
1</sup> for
lakes and reserviors) water quality standard of China. Wetland plants (Typha angustifolia) grew
well in the three CWs. We noted that plant uptake and storage were both important factors
responsible for

nitrogen and phosphorous removal in the three CWs. However, harvesting of the
above ground biomass contributed 20% N and 57% P of the total N and P removed in FWS
wetland, whereas it accounted for only 5% and 7% N, and 14% and 17% P of the total N and P
r
emoved in VSF and HSF CWs, respectively. Our findings suggest that the constructed wetlands
could well treat the eutrophic lake waters in Taihu. If land limiting is considered, VSF and HSF
are more appropriate than FWS under higher hydraulic loading rate.
&copy; 2007 Elsevier Ltd.
All rights reserved. (39 refs.)Main Heading: Water treatmentControlled terms: Biomass
-

Concentration (process)
-

Nutrients
-

Reservoirs (water)
-

Surface waters
-

WetlandsUncontrolled
terms: Constructed wetlands
-

Nutrient remo
val
-

Taihu Lake
-

Typha angustifoliaClassification
Code: 441.2 Reservoirs
-

442.2 Land Reclamation
-

444.1 Surface Water
-

445.1 Water
Treatment Techniques
-

802.3 Chemical Operations
-

805.1.1 Biochemical EngineeringTreatment:
Theoretical (THR); Experi
mental (EXP)

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Acid volatile sulfides in sediments of south Yellow Sea

Pu, Xiaoqiang1, 2; Li, Fangcheng1; Zhong, Shaojun3; Liu, Gang4 Source: 2nd International
Conf
erence on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering, iCBBE 2008, p 1058
-
1061, 2008,
2nd International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering, iCBBE 2008;
ISBN
-
13: 9781424417483; DOI: 10.1109/ICBBE.2008.259; Article number: 4535139;
Confe
rence: 2nd International Conference on Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering, iCBBE
2008, May 16, 2006
-

May 18, 2006; Sponsor: IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology
Society (EMB); Univ. Iowa, Cent. Bioinformatics and Computational Biology; Cent. D
evices and
Radiological Health, Food and Drug Adm.; Wuhan Univ., Advanced Research Center for Science
and Technology; Shanghai Jiaotong Univ., College of Life Science and Technology;

Publisher: Inst. of Elec. and Elec. Eng. Computer SocietyAuthor affiliat
ion: 1 Guangdong Ocean
University GOU, Zhanjiang, China2 CAS Key Laboratory of Marginal Sea Geology KLMSG,
Guangzhou, China3 Qingdao Institute of Marine Geology QIMG, Qingdao, China4 CAS Institute
of Oceanology IOCAS, Qingdao, China

Abstract: In coastal m
arine environment, acid volatile sulfide (AVS) is usually one of the most
important or reactive phases. We report first set of data on AVS contents in sediments of south
Yellow Sea. The AVS contents are less than 11.14 &mu;mol/g (dry sediment weight), with

most
below 3 &mu;mol/g in the sediment of south Yellow Sea. The average AVS contents of surface
sediments (0&sim;10 cm) range from 0.02 &mu;mol/g to 2.30 &mu;mol/g, with an average value
of 0.94 &mu;mol/g. There are three zones with high AVS content in se
diments and they are
dominated by the Yellow River sediments and the old Yellow River transported by coastal current
and the Yellow Sea Cold Water Mass, respectively. The AVS content in sediments of these three
zones increases initially with burial depth,
reaching a maximum at about 13 cm (6cm for east
section), then decreases. One core from the south section, however, shows an exceptionally high
AVS content at the surface (4.96 &mu;mol/g) and a minimum at around 7 cm burial depth. This
AVS abnormal profile

is located at the place where enrichment of methane at shallow layer
reported. Except those three high value areas, the AVS content of sediment is very low and does
not show significant variations. It is apparent that sediment AVS content is closely relat
ed to the
organic matter in different sediment environment, since the content of Fe is quite high (average
3.13%) in the sediment of Yellow Sea. &copy; 2008 IEEE. (24 refs.)Main Heading:
SedimentologyControlled terms: Acids
-

Biocommunications
-

Bioinform
atics
-

Biomedical
engineering
-

Coastal zones
-

Information science
-

Methane
-

Oceanography
-

Organic
compounds
-

Sulfur compounds
-

Toxicity
-

Water contentUncontrolled terms: Acid volatile
sulfide
-

Coastal current
-

South Yellow Sea
-

Yellow River
-

Yellow Sea cold water
massClassification Code: 716.1 Information Theory and Signal Processing
-

721.1 Computer
Theory, Includes Formal Logic, Automata Theory, Switching Theory, Programming Theory
-

723
Computer Software, Data Handling and Applications
-

803 Chemical Agents and Basic Industrial
Chemicals
-

914.1 Accidents and Accident Prevention
-

804 Chemical Products Generally
-

804.2
Inorganic Compounds
-

901.4 Impact of Technology on Society
-

903 Information Science
-

804.1
Organic Compounds
-

522 Gas

Fuels
-

481.1 Geology
-

407.3 Coastal Engineering
-

444 Water
Resources
-

454.2 Environmental Impact and Protection
-

461.1 Biomedical Engineering
-

461.7
Health Care
-

461.8.2 Bioinformatics
-

471 Marine Science and Oceanography
-

471.1
Oceanography, Gen
eral

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Relationship between properties of SiC coating and graphite substrate structure

Zhao, Juan1; Wang, Gui1; Liu, Lang2; Guo, Quan
-
Gui2 Source: Yuanzineng Kexue
Jishu/Atomic
Energy Science and Technology, v 42, n 4, p 353
-
357, April 2008; Language: Chinese

; ISSN: 10006931;

Publisher: Atomic Energy Publishing HouseAuthor affiliation: 1 College of Engineering,
Guangdong Ocean University, Zhanjiang 524025, China2

Institute of Coal Chemistry, Chinese
Academy of Sciences, Taiyuan 030001, China

Abstract: A SiC coating was prepared on different graphite matrix using a simple slurry sintering
method. The relationship between the microstructure and property of SiC coat
ing and graphite
substrates was experimentally investigated. It is found that the pore radius of graphite substrate
has marked effect on the microstructure and property of SiC coating. A SiC gradient coating which
is beneficial to improve the oxidation res
istant of graphite, is expected to form on the surface of
graphite substrates with the pore radius mainly in the range of 0.1
-
0.5 &mu;m. (11 refs.)Main
Heading: GraphiteControlled terms: Coatings
-

Microstructure
-

Oxidation resistance
-

Silicon
carbide
-

Sintering
-

SubstratesUncontrolled terms: Graphite matrix
-

Graphite substrate
structure
-

Pore radius
-

SiC coating
-

Slurry sintering methodClassification Code: 801
Chemistry
-

802.2 Chemical Reactions
-

802.3 Chemical Operations
-

804 Chemical Produ
cts
Generally
-

813.2 Coating MaterialsTreatment: Applications (APP); Experimental (EXP)

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Numerical simulation of rectangular crosssection billets forging with hor
izontal V
-
shaped anvils

Ni, Liyong; Zhang, Yongjun; Yu, Suoqing; Liu, Zhubai Source: Zhongguo Jixie Gongcheng/China
Mechanical Engineering, v 19, n 6, p 737
-
739, May 25 2008; Language: Chinese

; ISSN: 1004132X;

Publisher: China Mechanical Engineering Ma
gazine Office

Abstract: The forging method with horizontal V
-
shaped anvils (HVA) was introduced to control
fibrous tissue flow direction, to improve the anisotropy of mechanical properties of axial forgings.
The forging method is superior to the common fl
at anvils (FA) forging method in inner stress
states, metal tissue, overall properties and geometrical shapes of forgings. Numerical simulation
comparison was conducted for the HVA forging method and the FA forging method, verifying the
fact that the HVA f
orging method is an effective process to control the mechanical properties of
axial forgings. (9 refs.)

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Statistical model on the surface elevation of waves with b
reaking

Yuan, Ye Li1, 2; Hua, Feng1, 2; Zhang, Shu Wen3; Han, Lei1, 2 Source: Science in China, Series
D: Earth Sciences, v 51, n 5, p 759
-
768, May 2008

; ISSN: 10069313, E
-
ISSN: 18622801; DOI: 10.1007/s11430
-
008
-
0040
-
5;

Publisher: Springer VerlagAutho
r affiliation: 1 Marine Science and Numerical Modeling
Laboratory, SOA, Qingdao 266061, China2 First Institute of Oceanography, SOA, Qingdao
266061, China3 South China Sea Environmental Institute, Guangdong Ocean University,
Zhanjiang 524088, China

Abstrac
t: In the surface wind drift layer with constant momentum flux, two sets of the consistent
surface elevation expressions with breaking and occurrence conditions for breaking are deduced
from the first integrals of the energy and vortex variations and the
kinetic and mathematic
breaking criterions, then the expression of the surface elevation with wave breaking is established
by using the Heaviside function. On the basis of the form of the sea surface elevation with wave
breaking and the understanding of sm
all slope sea waves, a triple composite function of real sea
waves is presented including the functions for the breaking, weak
-
nonlinear and basic waves. The
expression of the triple composite function and the normal distribution of basic waves are the
exp
ected theoretical model for surface elevation statistics. &copy; Science in China 2008. (18
refs.)Main Heading: Water wavesControlled terms: Mathematical models
-

Normal distribution
-

Statistics
-

Vortex flow
-

WindUncontrolled terms: Basic waves
-

Heav
iside function
-

Sea
surface elevationClassification Code: 443.1 Atmospheric Properties
-

471.4 Seawater, Tides
and Waves
-

631.1 Fluid Flow, General
-

921.6 Numerical Methods
-

922.1 Probability Theory
-

922.2 Mathematical StatisticsTreatment: Theoretic
al (THR)

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State
-
space model for airborne particles in multizone indoor environments

Li, Min1; Wu, Chun
-
Liang1; Zhao, Shi
-
Qi1; Yang, Yi1 Source: Atmospheric Environ
ment, v 42, n
21, p 5340
-
5349, July 2008

; ISSN: 13522310; DOI: 10.1016/j.atmosenv.2008.02.048;

Publisher: Elsevier LtdAuthor affiliation: 1 Engineering College, Guangdong Ocean University,
Zhanjiang, Guangdong 524088, China

Abstract: A state
-
space mod
el is presented to predict the concentration and the fate of particulate
matters (PM) in multizone indoor air. By introducing vector
-
matrix notation, the ordinary
differential equations to describe the dynamic behavior of PM in multizone buildings are
expr
essed as the state equation. The state equation is solved analytically and the dynamical
evolution of PM is discussed quantitatively and qualitatively. The equilibrium point of the
dynamic system is asymptotically stable. The minimum decay coefficient of P
M concentrations is
computed by the formula, which is found to directly link the minimum decay rate with the
eigenvalues of the state matrix. The analytical solution based on the eigen structure shows that the
evolution modes of indoor PM are mainly determ
ined by the eigenvalues of state matrix. The
detailed quantitative analysis on the diluted ventilation and interzonal transport via the central
air
-
conditioning system indicates that the penetration efficiency of filter Pi and the integrated
loss
-
rate coef
ficient kij integrating the remove mechanisms of natural ventilation, leakage and
particle deposition have significant impact on dynamical behaviors of particles, such as the decay
rate of concentrations and the ability of interzonal infection via HVAC sys
tem, etc. &copy; 2008
Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. (18 refs.)Main Heading: Equations of stateControlled terms:
Air conditioning
-

Air filters
-

Air pollution
-

Bessel functions
-

Computer networks
-

Decay
(organic)
-

Difference equations
-

Different
ial equations
-

Differentiation (calculus)
-

Dynamic
programming
-

Dynamical systems
-

Dynamics
-

Electric fault location
-

Evolutionary algorithms
-

Mathematical models
-

Matrix algebra
-

Mechanics
-

Numerical methods
-

Ordinary differential
equations
-

P
ermanent magnets
-

Powder metallurgy
-

Sensor networks
-

State space
methodsUncontrolled terms: Airborne particles
-

Analytical solutions
-

Asymptotically stable
-

Central air
-
conditioning system
-

Concentration (composition)
-

Decay coefficients
-

decay
rates
-

Dynamic behaviors
-

dynamic systems
-

Dynamical behaviors
-

Dynamical evolution
-

Eigen
-
structure
-

Eigenvalues (of graphs)
-

Elsevier (CO)
-

equilibrium points
-

Evolution (CO)
-

HVAC systems
-

Indoor air
-

Indoor environments
-

matrix notation
-

Natural ventilation
-

particle
depositions
-

Particulate matters (PM)
-

penetration efficiency
-

Quantitative analysis
-

Rate
coefficients
-

State equations
-

state matrices
-

State space model (SSM)Classification Code:
921 Mathematics
-

921.1 Algebra
-

921.2 Calculus
-

801.2 Biochemistry
-

921.5 Optimization
Techniques
-

931.1 Mechanics
-

931.2 Physical Properties of Gases, Liquids and Solids
-

921.6
Numerical Methods
-

731.1 Control Systems
-

451.2 Air Pollution Control
-

536 Powder
Metallurgy
-

643.3 A
ir Conditioning
-

451 Air Pollution
-

704.1 Electric Components
-

716
Telecommunication; Radar, Radio and Television
-

723 Computer Software, Data Handling and
Applications
-

706.2 Electric Power Lines and Equipment

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Effect of probiotics on growth performance and water quality for litopenaeus vannamei

Zhu, Xue
-
Zhi1; Zheng, Shi
-
Xuan2, 3; Pan, Qing
-
Jun4; Lu, Bing
-
Zhao3 Source: Zhongshan Daxue
Xuebao/Acta Scientiarum N
atralium Universitatis Sunyatseni, v 47, n SUPPL., p 58
-
62, July
2008; Language: Chinese

; ISSN: 05296579;

Publisher: Journal of Zhongshan UniversityAuthor affiliation: 1 School of Life Sciences, Sun
Yat
-
sen University, Guangzhou 510275, China2 Yuehai F
eed Co. Ltd of Guangdong Engineering
Center, Zhanjiang 524002, China3 Fisheries College, Guangdong Ocean University, Zhanjiang
524025, China4 School of Basic Medical Science, Southern Medical University, Guangzhou
510515, China

Abstract: A 4
-
week feeding
experiment was conducted to evaluate the effects of several
commercial probiotics in feed or in water on growth performance, feed conversion ratio (FCR)
and water quality (pH, Ammonia, Nitrite) for Pennaeus vannamei. B. acidophilus, B. licheniformis:
B. su
btills (1:1), Xiale 333 were added respectively to fonnulate three experiment diets. Groups of
shrimp were fed with basal diet (control) or 0.5g/200 L of probiotics in water respectively with
basal diet or basal diet supplemental probiotics with dose (1 g
&middot kg<sup>
-
1</sup>). Each
treatment was fed to triplicate groups of 25 shrimps (initial weight 4.5 &plusmn; 0.1g) per tank
(300 L). The water temperature was (28.5&plusmn;5)&deg;C and the salinity was 5&permil;. pH,
Ammonia, Nitrite were measured ever
y three days after the experiment began. The results of
growth performance showed that the six treatments showed significantly better results and FCR
than those with the basal diet (control), especially treatments of added probiotics in water had
lowest FC
R among the groups (P &lt; 0.05). pH, ammonia, nitrite of treatments were lower than
the control, however there was no differences in the six treatments (P &gt; 0.05). (20 refs.)Main
Heading: pH effectsControlled terms: Acids
-

Ammonia
-

Ecology
-

Experim
ents
-

Nutrition
-

pH
-

Water qualityUncontrolled terms: Basal diets
-

Feed conversion ratios
-

Feeding
experiments
-

Growth performances
-

Initial weights
-

Litopenaeus
-

Litopenaeus vannamei
-

Nitrite
-

Probiotics
-

Water temperaturesClassification Code
: 822.3 Food Products
-

804.2
Inorganic Compounds
-

804 Chemical Products Generally
-

803 Chemical Agents and Basic
Industrial Chemicals
-

901.3 Engineering Research
-

801.1 Chemistry, General
-

454.3 Ecology
and Ecosystems
-

453.2 Water Pollution Contro
l
-

445.2 Water Analysis
-

461.7 Health Care

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General multi
-
secret sharing scheme for cheat
-
proof

Gan, Yuan
-
Ju1; Xie, Shi
-
Yi1; Fu, Dong
-
Yang1; Li, Xiao
-
Li1 Source:

Dianzi Keji Daxue
Xuebao/Journal of the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, v 37, n 1, p
68
-
69+80, January 2008; Language: Chinese

; ISSN: 10010548;

Publisher: Univ. of Electronic Science and Technology of ChinaAuthor affiliation:

1 School of
Information, Guangdong Ocean University, Zhanjiang 524088, China

Abstract: The most present threshold multi
-
secret sharing schemes cannot efficiently solve the
problem that a participant is dynamic added or deleted. In this study, an efficien
t multi
-
secret
sharing scheme is designed with general access structure based on the intractability of reversing
the one
-
way Hash function and solving the discrete logarithm problem. The proposed scheme has
the following properties: cheating of the dealer
or any participant can be detected efficiently; two
public parameters of a new secret would be published by the dealer; the participants reconstruct a
secret with parallel procedure in a secret recovery phase; and the shadows of other participants
would no
t change when the system accepts a new participant or fires an old participant. (10
refs.)Main Heading: CryptographyControlled terms: Functions
-

Parallel algorithms
-

Security of
dataUncontrolled terms: Discrete logarithm
-

One way Hash function
-

Thres
hold multi secret
sharing schemesClassification Code: 723.2 Data Processing and Image Processing
-

921
MathematicsTreatment: Theoretical (THR)

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Eventually positi
ve solutions of higher order nonlinear neutral differential equations

Zhou, Xiaoliang1, 2 Source: Applied Mathematics and Computation, v 201, n 1
-
2, p 859
-
863,
July 15, 2008

; ISSN: 00963003; DOI: 10.1016/j.amc.2008.01.001;

Publisher: Elsevier Inc.Autho
r affiliation: 1 Department of Mathematics, Guangdong Ocean
University, Zhanjiang, 524088, China2 Department of Mathematics, Sichuan University, Chengdu,
Sichuan 610065, China

Abstract: In this paper, some results of Ouyang et al. [Ouyang, Li, Tang, Class
ifications and
existence of positive solutions of higher order nonlinear neutral differential equations, Appl. Math.
Comput. 148 (2004) 105
-
120] are improved. &copy; 2008 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. (5
refs.)Main Heading: Differential equationsContr
olled terms: Nonlinear equations
-

Problem
solvingUncontrolled terms: Neutral differential equations
-

Positive solutionsClassification Code:
921.1 Algebra
-

921.2 CalculusTreatment: Theoretical (THR)

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Short crested wave
-
current forces around a large vertical circular cylinder

Jian, Yongjun1, 2; Zhan, Jiemin1, 2, 3; Zhu, Qingyong1, 2 Source: European Journal of
Mechanics, B/Fluids, v 27, n 3, p 346
-
360, May/Jun
e 2008

; ISSN: 09977546; DOI: 10.1016/j.euromechflu.2007.08.001;

Publisher: Elsevier LtdAuthor affiliation: 1 Ocean Engineering Research Center, School of
Engineering, Zhongshan University, Guangzhou, 510275, China2 Guangdong Province Key
Laboratory of C
oastal Ocean Engineering, Zhongshan University, Guangzhou, 510275, China3
Department of Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Zhongshan University, Guangzhou, 510275,
China

Abstract: An analytical solution for the diffraction of short crested incident wave a
long positive
x
-
axis direction on a large circular cylinder with uniform current is derived. The important
influences of currents on wave frequency, water run
-
up, wave force, inertia and drag coefficients
on the cylinder profiles are investigated for short
-
crested incident wave. Based on the numerical
results, we find wave frequency of short crested wave system is affected by incident angle and the
strength of the currents. The wave frequency increases or decreases with increasing current speed
following or

opposing wave propagating direction. It shows that the effects of current speeds,
current directions on water run
-
up on the circular cylinder with different radius for different wave
numbers are very conspicuous when the incident wave changes from long cr
ested plane waves to
short
-
crested waves. With the increase of current speed, the water run
-
up on the cylinder becomes
more and more high, and will exceed that of long crested plane wave and short crested wave case
without currents even though the current
speed is small. The total wave loads, inertia coefficient
and drag coefficient exerted on a cylinder with currents would be larger compared to the wave
loads exerted pure short
-
crested waves. Therefore, ocean engineers should consider the short
crested wav
e
-
current load on marine constructs carefully. &copy; 2007 Elsevier Masson SAS. All
rights reserved. (17 refs.)Main Heading: Circular cylindersControlled terms: Diffraction
-

Numerical methods
-

Wave effects
-

Wave functionsUncontrolled terms: Short cres
ted waves
-

Uniform currents
-

Water run up on the cylinder
-

Wave force
-

Wave frequencyClassification
Code: 408.2 Structural Members and Shapes
-

711.1 Electromagnetic Waves in Different
Media
-

921 Mathematics
-

921.6 Numerical MethodsTreatment: Theor
etical (THR)

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Remote monitoring system of urban sewage treatment based on Internet

Zhu, Zhen1; Liu, Jiacun2 Source: Proceedings of the IEEE International Conferenc
e on
Automation and Logistics, ICAL 2008, p 1151
-
1155, 2008, Proceedings of the IEEE
International Conference on Automation and Logistics, ICAL 2008; ISBN
-
13: 9781424425037;
DOI: 10.1109/ICAL.2008.4636325; Article number: 4636325; Conference: IEEE Intern
ational
Conference on Automation and Logistics, ICAL 2008, September 1, 2008
-

September 3, 2008;

Publisher: Inst. of Elec. and Elec. Eng. Computer SocietyAuthor affiliation: 1 Information and
Educational Technology Center, Foshan University, Foshan 52800
0, Guangdong, China2 College
of Information, Guangdong Ocean University, Zhanjiang 524088, Guangdong, China

Abstract: With the development of control network, Internet is used gradually in remote
monitoring system. In order to develop the remote monitorin
g system of urban sewage treatment
based on Internet, this paper takes CAN field bus as basal platform, combining CAN field bus
with Internet technology. A new framework of remote monitoring system is introduced. The
embedded system design of Intelligent M
onitoring Unit and Motoring Terminal, which are pivotal
equipments in the monitoring system, is discussed in detail. Finally, the functions of remote
monitoring system for urban sewage treatment based on Internet are described. The system is
provided with
not only excellent cost performance, but also running steadily and reliably. &copy;
2008 IEEE. (9 refs.)Main Heading: MonitoringControlled terms: Buses
-

Chemical oxygen
demand
-

Embedded systems
-

Integrated circuits
-

Internet
-

Remote control
-

Sewage
-

Sewage
treatmentUncontrolled terms: CAN bus
-

Can field buses
-

Control networks
-

Cost
performances
-

Embedded system designs
-

Intelligent monitoring
-

Internet technologies
-

Monitoring systems
-

Remote monitoring
-

Remote monitoring systems
-

Urban
sewage
treatmentClassification Code: 722 Computer Systems and Equipment
-

723 Computer Software,
Data Handling and Applications
-

731.1 Control Systems
-

718 Telephone Systems and Related
Technologies; Line Communications
-

941 Acoustical and Optical Mea
suring Instruments
-

943
Mechanical and Miscellaneous Measuring Instruments
-

944 Moisture, Pressure and Temperature,
and Radiation Measuring Instruments
-

942 Electric and Electronic Measuring Instruments
-

717
Optical Communication
-

452.2 Sewage Treatme
nt
-

452.4 Industrial Wastes Treatment and
Disposal
-

453 Water Pollution
-

452.1 Sewage
-

453.1 Water Pollution Sources
-

714.2
Semiconductor Devices and Integrated Circuits
-

716 Telecommunication; Radar, Radio and
Television
-

663.1 Heavy Duty Motor Veh
icles

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An adaptive morphological filter based on multiple structure and multi
-
scale elements

Xu, Guo
-
Bao1, 2; Su, Zhi
-
Bin1; Ji, Wang1; Yin, Yi
-
Xin2; Shen, Yu
-
Li3 S
ource: Proceedings
-

2008 2nd International Symposium on Intelligent Information Technology Application, IITA 2008,
v 2, p 399
-
403, 2008, Proceedings
-

2008 2nd International Symposium on Intelligent
Information Technology Application, IITA 2008; ISBN
-
13
: 9780769534978; DOI:
10.1109/IITA.2008.359; Article number: 4739794; Conference: 2008 2nd International
Symposium on Intelligent Information Technology Application, IITA 2008, December 21, 2008
-

December 22, 2008;

Publisher: Inst. of Elec. and Elec. Eng
. Computer SocietyAuthor affiliation: 1 Information School,
Guangdong Ocean Universit, Zhanjiang 524088, China2 School of Information Engineering,
University of Sci. and Tech. Beijing, Beijing 100083, China3 Zhong Kai University of Agriculture
and Technolo
gy, Guangzhou 510225, China

Abstract: To filter out various kinds of noise of different intensities in gray images, a highly
adaptive morphological filter based on multiple structure and multi
-
scale elements was proposed.
This algorithm employs a morpholo
gy filter based on multiple structure and multi
-
scale elements
to filter the images, followed by image fusion processing with the weights calculated from the