Meyer, Arne [University of Hamburg, c/o DESY, Building 22a, Notkestrasse 85, 22603 Hamburg (Germany); Dierks, Karsten [University of Hamburg, c/o DESY, Building 22a, Notkestrasse 85, 22603 Hamburg (Germany); XtalConcepts, Marlowring 19, 22525 Hamburg (Germany); Hussein, Rana [University of Hamburg, c/o DESY, Building 22a, Notkestrasse 85, 22603 Hamburg (Germany); Brillet, Karl [ESBS, Pôle API, 300 Boulevard Sébastien Brant, CS10413, 67412 Illkirch CEDEX (France); Brognaro, Hevila [Săo Paulo State University, UNESP/IBILCE, Caixa Postal 136, Săo José do Rio Preto-SP, 15054 (Brazil); Betzel, Christian, E-mail: christian.betzel@uni-hamburg.de [University of Hamburg, c/o DESY, Building 22a, Notkestrasse 85, 22603 Hamburg (Germany)
2015-01-01
Application of in situ dynamic light scattering to solutions of protein–detergent complexes permits characterization of these complexes in samples as small as 2 µl in volume. Detergents are widely used for the isolation and solubilization of membrane proteins to support crystallization and structure determination. Detergents are amphiphilic molecules that form micelles once the characteristic critical micelle concentration (CMC) is achieved and can solubilize membrane proteins by the formation of micelles around them. The results are presented of a study of micelle formation observed by in situ dynamic light-scattering (DLS) analyses performed on selected detergent solutions using a newly designed advanced hardware device. DLS was initially applied in situ to detergent samples with a total volume of approximately 2 µl. When measured with DLS, pure detergents show a monodisperse radial distribution in water at concentrations exceeding the CMC. A series of all-transn-alkyl-?-d-maltopyranosides, from n-hexyl to n-tetradecyl, were used in the investigations. The results obtained verify that the application of DLS in situ is capable of distinguishing differences in the hydrodynamic radii of micelles formed by detergents differing in length by only a single CH{sub 2} group in their aliphatic tails. Subsequently, DLS was applied to investigate the distribution of hydrodynamic radii of membrane proteins and selected water-insoluble proteins in presence of detergent micelles. The results confirm that stable protein–detergent complexes were prepared for (i) bacteriorhodopsin and (ii) FetA in complex with a ligand as examples of transmembrane proteins. A fusion of maltose-binding protein and the Duck hepatitis B virus X protein was added to this investigation as an example of a non-membrane-associated protein with low water solubility. The increased solubility of this protein in the presence of detergent could be monitored, as well as the progress of proteolytic cleavage to separate the fusion partners. This study demonstrates the potential of in situ DLS to optimize solutions of protein–detergent complexes for crystallization applications.
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Palo, P.A.; Meggitt, D.J.; Nordell, W.J.
1983-05-01
This paper presents a summary of the development and validation of undersea cable dynamics computer models by the Naval Civil Engineering Laboratory (NCEL) under the sponsorship of the Naval Facilities Engineering Command. These models allow for the analysis of both small displacement (strumming) and large displacement (static and dynamic) deformations of arbitrarily configured cable structures. All of the large displacement models described in this paper are available to the public. This paper does not emphasize the theoretical development of the models (this information is available in other references) but emphasizes the various features of the models, the comparisons between model output and experimental data, and applications for which the models have been used.
Fourier Analysis and Autocorrelation Function Applied to Periodical Nanostructures
Rockett, Angus
Fourier Analysis and Autocorrelation Function Applied to Periodical Nanostructures E. Cruz Microscopy (AFM) Image Fast Fourier Transformation Autocorrelation Function(AC) Angular Distribution] Fourier Analysis: analytical and geometrical aspects, Bray William O ed. New York: Marcel Dekker, 1994
Dynamic Decision Making for Graphical Models Applied to Oil Exploration
Martinelli, Gabriele; Hauge, Ragnar
2012-01-01
We present a framework for sequential decision making in problems described by graphical models. The setting is given by dependent discrete random variables with associated costs or revenues. In our examples, the dependent variables are the potential outcomes (oil, gas or dry) when drilling a petroleum well. The goal is to develop an optimal selection strategy that incorporates a chosen utility function within an approximated dynamic programming scheme. We propose and compare different approximations, from simple heuristics to more complex iterative schemes, and we discuss their computational properties. We apply our strategies to oil exploration over multiple prospects modeled by a directed acyclic graph, and to a reservoir drilling decision problem modeled by a Markov random field. The results show that the suggested strategies clearly improve the simpler intuitive constructions, and this is useful when selecting exploration policies.
Nonstandard Analysis Applied to Advanced Undergraduate Mathematics - Infinitesimal Modeling
Robert A. Herrmann
2007-12-02
This is a Research and Instructional Development Project from the U. S. Naval Academy. In this monograph, the basic methods of nonstandard analysis for n-dimensional Euclidean spaces are presented. Specific rules are deveoped and these methods and rules are applied to rigorous integral and differential modeling. The topics include Robinson infinitesimals, limited and infinite numbers; convergence theory, continuity, *-transfer, internal definition, hyprefinite summation, Riemann-Stieltjes integration over Jordan-measurable regions; modeling with integrals via Infinite Sum Theorems; the nonstandard integral modeling rules - the method of constants, the methods of max. and min., and the hyperfinite sum; pure infinitesimal integral modeling via geometric elements; microgeometry, line and surface integrals, gauge integrals, fluxions and their relations to dynamic geometry. These rigorous results are also applied to lengths of curves, areas and volumes for Jordan-measurable regions, incompressible fluids, moments of inertia, electric field vectors, force fields and very elementary physics. Also presented are rigorous differential derivations for the partial differential equations for internal heat transfer and the vibrating membrane. All results are rigorously established and, mostly, all proofs appear in the appendix.
Applying Dataflow Analysis to Models Christian Saad
Bauer, Bernhard
] (based on the Eclipse Modeling Framework, EMF) Use dataflow analysis as a generic "programming language.all_predecessors()->including(self.name); ar d S t(St i ) nce Depen Detect strongly connected components (SCC) var pred : Set(String) := self
Insight Gained from Simplified Dynamic Analysis
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Rucklidge, Alastair
. Numerical simulations have been carried out, computing the average uptake after a sufficient number of timeSIAM J. APPLIED DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS c xxxx Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Vol. xx, pp explains the results of the numerical calculations. Key words. Innovation diffusion, networks, threshold
DYNAMIC INVARIANTS IN PROTEIN FOLDING PATHWAYS REVEALED BY TENSOR ANALYSIS
Langmead, Christopher James
DYNAMIC INVARIANTS IN PROTEIN FOLDING PATHWAYS REVEALED BY TENSOR ANALYSIS Arvind Ramanathan Lane a spatio-temporal analysis of protein folding pathways. We applied our method to folding simulations of how a protein folds into its functionally relevant conformations. Protein folding pathways span over
Numerical tools applied to power reactor noise analysis Christophe Demazie`re*, Imre Pazsit
Pázsit, Imre
Review Numerical tools applied to power reactor noise analysis Christophe Demazie`re*, Imre Pa´zsit Chalmers University of Technology, Department of Nuclear Engineering, SE-412 96 Go¨teborg, Sweden Abstract systems in two-group theory, a code was developed for the calculation of the Green's function (dynamic
Applied zooarchaeology: the relevance of faunal analysis to
Wolverton, Steve
rcalrn of modern wildlife management by applying the knowledge it gains from its unique perspcctivcApplied zooarchaeology: the relevance of faunal analysis to wildlife management R. bee Lagman to define the boundaries of biological preserves meant to prescr~~cbiota in perpetuity are all subjects
Grid embedment as applied to viscous transonic airfoil flowfield analysis
Reed, Christopher L.
1981-01-01
GRID EMBEDMENT AS APPLIED TO VISCOUS TRANSONIC AIRFOIL FLOWFIELD ANALYSIS A Thesis by CHRISTOPHER L. REED Submitted to the Graduate College of Texas ARM Uni ver si ty in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER... OF SCIENCE December 1981 Major Subject: Aerospace Engineering GRID EMBEDMENT AS APPLIED TO VISCOUS TRANSONIC AIRFOIL FLOWFIELD ANALYSIS A Thesis by CHRISTOPHER L, REED Approved as to style and content by: airma o o ittee (Member) ember Head...
Composition of Dynamic Analysis Aspects Eric Tanter
Binder, Walter
Composition of Dynamic Analysis Aspects ´Eric Tanter PLEIAD Laboratory Computer Science Department thanks to recent advances in exhaustive weaving in core libraries. Casting dynamic analyses as aspects, simultaneously. However, even if dynamic analysis as- pects are mutually independent, their mere presence
Dynamical analysis of highly excited molecular spectra
Kellman, M.E. [Univ. of Oregon, Eugene (United States)
1993-12-01
The goal of this program is new methods for analysis of spectra and dynamics of highly excited vibrational states of molecules. In these systems, strong mode coupling and anharmonicity give rise to complicated classical dynamics, and make the simple normal modes analysis unsatisfactory. New methods of spectral analysis, pattern recognition, and assignment are sought using techniques of nonlinear dynamics including bifurcation theory, phase space classification, and quantization of phase space structures. The emphasis is chaotic systems and systems with many degrees of freedom.
Multivariate Mathematical Morphology applied to Color Image Analysis
LefĂ¨vre, SĂ©bastien
Chapter 10 Multivariate Mathematical Morphology applied to Color Image Analysis 10.1. Introduction multivariate morphological operators, none of them has yet been widely accepted. Chapter written by E. APTOULA and S. LEFĂ?VRE. 303 #12;304 Multivariate Image Processing The lexicographical ordering is certainly
Kolski, Jeffrey S.; Macek, Robert J.; McCrady, Rodney C.; Pang, Xiaoying
2012-05-14
Independent component analysis (ICA) is a powerful blind source separation (BSS) method. Compared to the typical BSS method, principal component analysis (PCA), which is the BSS foundation of the well known model independent analysis (MIA), ICA is more robust to noise, coupling, and nonlinearity. ICA of turn-by-turn beam position data has been used to measure the transverse betatron phase and amplitude functions, dispersion function, linear coupling, sextupole strength, and nonlinear beam dynamics. We apply ICA in a new way to slices along the bunch and discuss the source signals identified as betatron motion and longitudinal beam structure.
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A STUDY OF COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS APPLIED TO ROOM AIR FLOW
for supplying me a copy of his three-dimensional, laminar, constant density fluid flow computer program, whichi A STUDY OF COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS APPLIED TO ROOM AIR FLOW By JAMES W. WEATHERS Bachelor of the requirements for the Degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE May, 1992 #12;ii A STUDY OF COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS
Lunar Seismic Profiling Experiment Dynamic Analysis
Rathbun, Julie A.
II I! Lunar Seismic Profiling Experiment Dynamic Analysis CONTENTS Section 1. 0 Assumptions Section. The solid curve is a plot of the specification data for the Design and Qualification of the explosive
May, J. Peter
APPLICATIONS OF FOURIER ANALYSIS TO NON-ANALYTIC FIELDS KEVIN QIAN Abstract. Fourier analysis, a classical topic in analysis, can be applied to many nonanalytic fields. This paper explores Fourier analysis in multiple do- mains in order to prove several nonanalytic results. Fourier analysis will be explored
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Linear Stability Analysis of Dynamical Quadratic Gravity
Dimitry Ayzenberg; Kent Yagi; Nicolas Yunes
2014-03-18
We perform a linear stability analysis of dynamical, quadratic gravity in the high-frequency, geometric optics approximation. This analysis is based on a study of gravitational and scalar modes propagating on spherically-symmetric and axially-symmetric, vacuum solutions of the theory. We find dispersion relations that do no lead to exponential growth of the propagating modes, suggesting the theory is linearly stable on these backgrounds. The modes are found to propagate at subluminal and superluminal speeds, depending on the propagating modes' direction relative to the background geometry, just as in dynamical Chern-Simons gravity.
Dynamic Event Tree Analysis Through RAVEN
A. Alfonsi; C. Rabiti; D. Mandelli; J. Cogliati; R. A. Kinoshita; A. Naviglio
2013-09-01
Conventional Event-Tree (ET) based methodologies are extensively used as tools to perform reliability and safety assessment of complex and critical engineering systems. One of the disadvantages of these methods is that timing/sequencing of events and system dynamics is not explicitly accounted for in the analysis. In order to overcome these limitations several techniques, also know as Dynamic Probabilistic Risk Assessment (D-PRA), have been developed. Monte-Carlo (MC) and Dynamic Event Tree (DET) are two of the most widely used D-PRA methodologies to perform safety assessment of Nuclear Power Plants (NPP). In the past two years, the Idaho National Laboratory (INL) has developed its own tool to perform Dynamic PRA: RAVEN (Reactor Analysis and Virtual control ENvironment). RAVEN has been designed in a high modular and pluggable way in order to enable easy integration of different programming languages (i.e., C++, Python) and coupling with other application including the ones based on the MOOSE framework, developed by INL as well. RAVEN performs two main tasks: 1) control logic driver for the new Thermo-Hydraulic code RELAP-7 and 2) post-processing tool. In the first task, RAVEN acts as a deterministic controller in which the set of control logic laws (user defined) monitors the RELAP-7 simulation and controls the activation of specific systems. Moreover, RAVEN also models stochastic events, such as components failures, and performs uncertainty quantification. Such stochastic modeling is employed by using both MC and DET algorithms. In the second task, RAVEN processes the large amount of data generated by RELAP-7 using data-mining based algorithms. This paper focuses on the first task and shows how it is possible to perform the analysis of dynamic stochastic systems using the newly developed RAVEN DET capability. As an example, the Dynamic PRA analysis, using Dynamic Event Tree, of a simplified pressurized water reactor for a Station Black-Out scenario is presented.
A Hygrothermal Risk Analysis Applied to Residential Unvented Attics
Pallin, Simon B; Kehrer, Manfred
2013-01-01
Aresidential building, constructed with an unvented attic, is acommonroof assembly in the United States.The expected hygrothermal performance and service life of the roof are difficult to estimate due to a number of varying parameters.Typical parameters expected to vary are the climate, direction, and slope of the roof as well as the radiation properties of the surface material. Furthermore, influential parameters are indoor moisture excess, air leakages through the attic floor, and leakages from air-handling unit and ventilation ducts. In addition, the type of building materials such as the insulation material and closed or open cell spray polyurethane foam will influence the future performance of the roof. A development of a simulation model of the roof assembly will enable a risk and sensitivity analysis, in which the most important varying parameters on the hygrothermal performance can be determined. The model is designed to perform probabilistic simulations using mathematical and hygrothermal calculation tools. The varying input parameters can be chosen from existing measurements, simulations, or standards. An analysis is applied to determine the risk of consequences, such as mold growth, rot, or energy demand of the HVAC unit. Furthermore, the future performance of the roof can be simulated in different climates to facilitate the design of an efficient and reliable roof construction with the most suitable technical solution and to determine the most appropriate building materials for a given climate
Dynamic Analysis of Fuel Cycle Transitioning
Brent Dixon; Steve Piet; David Shropshire; Gretchen Matthern
2009-09-01
This paper examines the time-dependent dynamics of transitioning from a once-through fuel cycle to a closed fuel cycle. The once-through system involves only Light Water Reactors (LWRs) operating on uranium oxide fuel UOX), while the closed cycle includes both LWRs and fast spectrum reactors (FRs) in either a single-tier system or two-tier fuel system. The single-tier system includes full transuranic recycle in FRs while the two-tier system adds one pass of mixed oxide uranium-plutonium (MOX U-Pu) fuel in the LWR. While the analysis primarily focuses on burner fast reactors, transuranic conversion ratios up to 1.0 are assessed and many of the findings apply to any fuel cycle transitioning from a thermal once-through system to a synergistic thermal-fast recycle system. These findings include uranium requirements for a range of nuclear electricity growth rates, the importance of back end fuel cycle facility timing and magnitude, the impact of employing a range of fast reactor conversion ratios, system sensitivity to used fuel cooling time prior to recycle, impacts on a range of waste management indicators, and projected electricity cost ranges for once-through, single-tier and two-tier systems. The study confirmed that significant waste management benefits can be realized as soon as recycling is initiated, but natural uranium savings are minimal in this century. The use of MOX in LWRs decouples the development of recycle facilities from fast reactor fielding, but also significantly delays and limits fast reactor deployment. In all cases, fast reactor deployment was significantly below than predicted by static equilibrium analyses.
Formal analysis of design process dynamics TIBOR BOSSE,1
Bosse, Tibor
Formal analysis of design process dynamics TIBOR BOSSE,1 CATHOLIJN M. JONKER,2 AND JAN TREUR1 1, 2009) Abstract This paper presents a formal analysis of design process dynamics. Such a formal analysis of design processes. The analysis was geared toward the identification of dynamic design properties
Dynamical analysis of generalized Galileon cosmology
Leon, Genly [Departamento de Matemática, Universidad Central de Las Villas, Santa Clara, CP 54830 (Cuba); Saridakis, Emmanuel N., E-mail: genly.leon@ucv.cl, E-mail: Emmanuel_Saridakis@baylor.edu [Physics Division, National Technical University of Athens, 15780 Zografou Campus, Athens (Greece)
2013-03-01
We perform a detailed dynamical analysis of generalized Galileon cosmology, incorporating also the requirements of ghost and instabilities absence. We find that there are not any new stable late-time solutions apart from those of standard quintessence. Furthermore, depending on the model parameters the Galileons may survive at late times or they may completely disappear by the dynamics, however the corresponding observables are always independent of the Galileon terms, determined only by the usual action terms. Thus, although the Galileons can play an important role at inflationary or at recent times, in the future, when the universe will asymptotically reach its stable state, they will not have any effect on its evolution.
Dynamic analysis of pressure infiltration processes
Biswas, D.K.; Gatica, J.E.; Tewari, S.N.
1995-12-01
Unidirectional pressure infiltration of porous preforms by molten metal/alloys is investigated in this study. The dynamics of the process is analyzed via the numerical solution of a mathematical model. Comparison against classical asymptotic analyses shows that, for realistic samples, end effects may become important and render asymptotic results unreliable. A comparison with experiments proves the model to be an efficient predictive tool in the analysis of infiltration processes for different preform/melt systems.
Structural Equation Modelling for Causal Analysis Applied to Transport Systems
Schlingloff, Holger
barrier (SBA), fault tree (FTA) and failure mode and effect analysis (FMEA) into one method. Our approach Analysis (FTA), Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA), Event Tree Analysis (ETA) or Safety Barrier]). The probably most familiar methods FTA and FMEA are widely used in industry due to their intuitive
Instrumenting Executables for Dynamic Analysis Jeff Perkins and Michael Ernst
Ernst, Michael
Instrumenting Executables for Dynamic Analysis Jeff Perkins and Michael Ernst MIT CSAIL 14 Nov 2005 09:45Page 1 Jeff PerkinsInstrumenting Executables for Dynamic Analysis #12;Compiled Instrumentation:45Page 2 Jeff PerkinsInstrumenting Executables for Dynamic Analysis #12;Source to Source Easy to create
Static and dynamic analysis: synergy and duality Michael D. Ernst
Ernst, Michael
Static and dynamic analysis: synergy and duality Michael D. Ernst MIT Lab for Computer Science static and dynamic analysis. The first concerns synergies between static and dynamic analysis. Wherever analyses should inspire different apÂ proaches to the same problem. Furthermore, existing static
Static and dynamic analysis: synergy and duality Michael D. Ernst
Ernst, Michael
Static and dynamic analysis: synergy and duality Michael D. Ernst MIT Lab for Computer Science static and dynamic analysis. The first concerns synergies between static and dynamic analysis. Wherever analyses should inspire different ap- proaches to the same problem. Furthermore, existing static
Measurement uncertainty analysis techniques applied to PV performance measurements
Wells, C.
1992-10-01
The purpose of this presentation is to provide a brief introduction to measurement uncertainty analysis, outline how it is done, and illustrate uncertainty analysis with examples drawn from the PV field, with particular emphasis toward its use in PV performance measurements. The uncertainty information we know and state concerning a PV performance measurement or a module test result determines, to a significant extent, the value and quality of that result. What is measurement uncertainty analysis It is an outgrowth of what has commonly been called error analysis. But uncertainty analysis, a more recent development, gives greater insight into measurement processes and tests, experiments, or calibration results. Uncertainty analysis gives us an estimate of the I interval about a measured value or an experiment's final result within which we believe the true value of that quantity will lie. Why should we take the time to perform an uncertainty analysis A rigorous measurement uncertainty analysis: Increases the credibility and value of research results; allows comparisons of results from different labs; helps improve experiment design and identifies where changes are needed to achieve stated objectives (through use of the pre-test analysis); plays a significant role in validating measurements and experimental results, and in demonstrating (through the post-test analysis) that valid data have been acquired; reduces the risk of making erroneous decisions; demonstrates quality assurance and quality control measures have been accomplished; define Valid Data as data having known and documented paths of: Origin, including theory; measurements; traceability to measurement standards; computations; uncertainty analysis of results.
Static Analysis for Dynamic Coupling Measures Yin Liu Ana Milanova
Bystroff, Chris
Static Analysis for Dynamic Coupling Measures Yin Liu Ana Milanova Department of Computer Science to the computation of dynamic coupling measures. Our approach uses static analysis, in partic- ular class analysis that inex- pensive static analysis may be used as a more convenient, more practical and more precise al
Measurement uncertainty analysis techniques applied to PV performance measurements
Wells, C.
1992-10-01
The purpose of this presentation is to provide a brief introduction to measurement uncertainty analysis, outline how it is done, and illustrate uncertainty analysis with examples drawn from the PV field, with particular emphasis toward its use in PV performance measurements. The uncertainty information we know and state concerning a PV performance measurement or a module test result determines, to a significant extent, the value and quality of that result. What is measurement uncertainty analysis? It is an outgrowth of what has commonly been called error analysis. But uncertainty analysis, a more recent development, gives greater insight into measurement processes and tests, experiments, or calibration results. Uncertainty analysis gives us an estimate of the I interval about a measured value or an experiment`s final result within which we believe the true value of that quantity will lie. Why should we take the time to perform an uncertainty analysis? A rigorous measurement uncertainty analysis: Increases the credibility and value of research results; allows comparisons of results from different labs; helps improve experiment design and identifies where changes are needed to achieve stated objectives (through use of the pre-test analysis); plays a significant role in validating measurements and experimental results, and in demonstrating (through the post-test analysis) that valid data have been acquired; reduces the risk of making erroneous decisions; demonstrates quality assurance and quality control measures have been accomplished; define Valid Data as data having known and documented paths of: Origin, including theory; measurements; traceability to measurement standards; computations; uncertainty analysis of results.
Chaos in Nonlinear Dynamical Systems Helicopter Flight-data Analysis
Taylor, James H.
Chaos in Nonlinear Dynamical Systems Helicopter Flight-data Analysis James H. Taylor1 and S of chaos in nonlinear dynamical systems is discussed, and approaches for the identification of chaos can only occur in systems with nonlinear dynamics. The recognition of chaos in a complex dynamical
Digital Dynamic Range Compressor Design--A Tutorial and Analysis
Reiss, Josh
PAPERS Digital Dynamic Range Compressor Design-- A Tutorial and Analysis DIMITRIOS GIANNOULIS formal knowledge and analysis of compressor design techniques. In this tutorial we describe several become audio engineers' favorites for certain types of signal. The analysis of compressor designs
Spin echo dynamics under an applied drift field in graphene nanoribbon superlattices
Prabhakar, Sanjay; Melnik, Roderick; Gregorio Millan Institute, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, 28911 Leganes ; Bonilla, Luis L.; Raynolds, James E.
2013-12-02
We investigate the evolution of spin dynamics in graphene nanoribbon superlattices (GNSLs) with armchair and zigzag edges in the presence of a drift field. We determine the exact evolution operator and show that it exhibits spin echo phenomena due to rapid oscillations of the quantum states along the ribbon. The evolution of the spin polarization is accompanied by strong beating patterns. We also provide detailed analysis of the band structure of GNSLs with armchair and zigzag edges.
Coupled Dynamic Analysis of Multiple Unit Floating Offshore Wind Turbine
Bae, Yoon Hyeok
2013-04-23
In the present study, a numerical simulation tool has been developed for the rotor-floater-tether coupled dynamic analysis of Multiple Unit Floating Offshore Wind Turbine (MUFOWT) in the time domain including aero-blade-tower dynamics and control...
Dynamical Systems and Applications of Nonlinear Functional Analysis to Dynamical Systems
Zhang, Meirong
Dynamical Systems and Applications of Nonlinear Functional Analysis to Dynamical Systems Meirong consists of three parts. In Part 1 we introduce some basic concepts in dynamical systems, including limit sets, nonwandering sets, topological conjugacy, clas- sification of discrete dynamical systems under
Multicriteria decision analysis applied to the evaluation of road projects at the
Libre de Bruxelles, Université
Multicriteria decision analysis applied to the evaluation of road projects at the design stage in this publication. #12;Multicriteria decision analysis applied to the evaluation of road projects at the design evaluation of road projects in a sustainable development perspective" English version Title: Multicriteria
Layer of protection analysis applied to ammonia refrigeration systems
Zuniga, Gerald Alexander
2009-05-15
the risks in existing and future ammonia refrigeration systems to ensure their safety. LOPA (Layer of Protection Analysis) is one of the best ways to estimate the risk. It provides quantified risk results with less effort and time than other methods. LOPA...
Current Human Reliability Analysis Methods Applied to Computerized Procedures
Ronald L. Boring
2012-06-01
Computerized procedures (CPs) are an emerging technology within nuclear power plant control rooms. While CPs have been implemented internationally in advanced control rooms, to date no US nuclear power plant has implemented CPs in its main control room (Fink et al., 2009). Yet, CPs are a reality of new plant builds and are an area of considerable interest to existing plants, which see advantages in terms of enhanced ease of use and easier records management by omitting the need for updating hardcopy procedures. The overall intent of this paper is to provide a characterization of human reliability analysis (HRA) issues for computerized procedures. It is beyond the scope of this document to propose a new HRA approach or to recommend specific methods or refinements to those methods. Rather, this paper serves as a review of current HRA as it may be used for the analysis and review of computerized procedures.
Pelster, Axel
for the stable modes in nonlinear delay systems close to a dynamical instability and derive the normal form, synergetics AMS subject classifications. 34K17, 37G10, 37L10 DOI. 10.1137/S1111111102412802 1. Introduction-organization processes in various branches of science [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6]. The spontaneous formation of spatial, temporal
Reliability analysis of static and dynamic fault-tolerant systems subject to probabilistic
Sun, Yan Lindsay
Reliability analysis of static and dynamic fault-tolerant systems subject to probabilistic common Dartmouth, Massachusetts, USA 2 University of Rhode Island, Kingston, Rhode Island, USA 3 Applied Materials for publication on 8 October 2009. DOI: 10.1243/1748006XJRR260 Abstract: Fault-tolerant systems designed
Symbolic Dynamic Analysis of Transient Time Series for Fault
Ray, Asok
Symbolic Dynamic Analysis of Transient Time Series for Fault Detection in Gas Turbine Engines paper presents a symbolic dynamics-based method for detection of incipient faults in gas turbine engines dynamics, fault detection, aircraft gas turbine engines 1 Introduction Performance monitoring of aircraft
SHORT COMMUNICATION Dynamical analysis of winter terrain park jumps
of this work is to show how a dynamical analysis can assess impact injury risks and inform safer terrain park frequently pose a hazard to patrons and may represent a significant liability risk to winter resorts. By performing a simple dynamic analysis of terrain park jumps, the relative risk to impact injuries for any
Java Instrumentation for Dynamic Analysis Jeff Perkins and Michael Ernst
Ernst, Michael
Java Instrumentation for Dynamic Analysis Jeff Perkins and Michael Ernst MIT CSAIL 14 Nov 2005 09:45Page 1 Jeff PerkinsJava Instrumentation for Dynamic Analysis #12;Java Instrumentation Approaches Instrument source files Java Debug Interface (JDI) Instrument class files 14 Nov 2005 09:45Page 2 Jeff
Dynamical Systems Analysis of Various Dark Energy Models
Nandan Roy
2015-11-25
In this thesis, we used dynamical systems analysis to find the qualitative behaviour of some dark energy models. Specifically, dynamical systems analysis of quintessence scalar field models, chameleon scalar field models and holographic models of dark energy are discussed in this thesis.
AIAA 20010064 Multi-Flexible-Body Dynamic Analysis of
Patil, Mayuresh
disciplines, including, atmospheric modeling, wind-turbine struc- tural and aerodynamic modeling, energyAIAA 20010064 Multi-Flexible-Body Dynamic Analysis of Horizontal-Axis Wind Turbines Mayuresh J-0150 ABSTRACT A dynamic stability analysis is presented for a horizontal-axis wind turbine modeled as a multi
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Roy, Nandan
2015-01-01
In this thesis, we used dynamical systems analysis to find the qualitative behaviour of some dark energy models. Specifically, dynamical systems analysis of quintessence scalar field models, chameleon scalar field models and holographic models of dark energy are discussed in this thesis.
Sensitivity Analysis of a Dynamic Fleet Management Model Using Approximate Dynamic Programming
Topaloglu, Huseyin
of fleet management models is to make the vehicle repositioning and vehicle-to-load assignment decisions soSensitivity Analysis of a Dynamic Fleet Management Model Using Approximate Dynamic Programming present tractable algorithms to assess the sensitivity of a stochastic dynamic fleet management model
Buechler, Steven
Cancer Prognosis Through Gene Expression Analysis Steven Buechler, Applied the breast cancer patients who can avoid chemotherapy without increasing the risk of recurrence. Background. Following the initial surgery, many breast cancer patients
LASER SCANNING AND NOISE REDUCTION APPLIED TO 3D ROAD SURFACE ANALYSIS
LASER SCANNING AND NOISE REDUCTION APPLIED TO 3D ROAD SURFACE ANALYSIS Thorsten Schulz and Hilmar, EAWAG Email: michele.steiner@eawag.ch Abstract: Terrestrial laser scanning was applied to acquire 3D the catchment area of a road with respect to a pilot plant. As laser scanning requires only a few minutes
Numerical tools applied to power reactor noise analysis Christophe Demazie`re*, Imre Pazsit
Demazičre, Christophe
Review Numerical tools applied to power reactor noise analysis Christophe Demazie`re*, Imre Pa and application of the numerical tools employed. The code that was developed yields the space and non-critical systems with an external source. Some appli- cations of these tools to power reactor
Applied & Computational MathematicsChallenges for the Design and Control of Dynamic Energy Systems
Brown, D L; Burns, J A; Collis, S; Grosh, J; Jacobson, C A; Johansen, H; Mezic, I; Narayanan, S; Wetter, M
2011-03-10
The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA) was passed with the goal 'to move the United States toward greater energy independence and security.' Energy security and independence cannot be achieved unless the United States addresses the issue of energy consumption in the building sector and significantly reduces energy consumption in buildings. Commercial and residential buildings account for approximately 40% of the U.S. energy consumption and emit 50% of CO{sub 2} emissions in the U.S. which is more than twice the total energy consumption of the entire U.S. automobile and light truck fleet. A 50%-80% improvement in building energy efficiency in both new construction and in retrofitting existing buildings could significantly reduce U.S. energy consumption and mitigate climate change. Reaching these aggressive building efficiency goals will not happen without significant Federal investments in areas of computational and mathematical sciences. Applied and computational mathematics are required to enable the development of algorithms and tools to design, control and optimize energy efficient buildings. The challenge has been issued by the U.S. Secretary of Energy, Dr. Steven Chu (emphasis added): 'We need to do more transformational research at DOE including computer design tools for commercial and residential buildings that enable reductions in energy consumption of up to 80 percent with investments that will pay for themselves in less than 10 years.' On July 8-9, 2010 a team of technical experts from industry, government and academia were assembled in Arlington, Virginia to identify the challenges associated with developing and deploying newcomputational methodologies and tools thatwill address building energy efficiency. These experts concluded that investments in fundamental applied and computational mathematics will be required to build enabling technology that can be used to realize the target of 80% reductions in energy consumption. In addition the finding was that there are tools and technologies that can be assembled and deployed in the short term - the next 3-5 years - that can be used to significantly reduce the cost and time effective delivery of moderate energy savings in the U.S. building stock. Simulation tools, which are a core strength of current DOE computational research programs, provide only a part of the answer by providing a basis for simulation enabled design. New investments will be required within a broad dynamics and control research agenda which must focus on dynamics, control, optimization and simulation of multi-scale energy systems during design and operation. U.S. investments in high performance and high productivity computing (HP2C) should be leveraged and coupled with advances in dynamics and control to impact both the existing building stock through retrofits and also new construction. The essential R&D areas requiring investment are: (1) Characterizing the Dynamics of Multi-scale Energy Systems; (2) Control and Optimization Methodologies of Multi-scale Energy Systems Under Uncertainty; and (3) Multiscale Modeling and Simulation Enabled Design and Operation. The concept of using design and control specific computational tools is a new idea for the building industry. The potential payoffs in terms of accelerated design cycle times, performance optimization and optimal supervisory control to obtain and maintain energy savings are huge. Recent advances in computational power, computer science, and mathematical algorithms offer the foundations to address the control problems presented by the complex dynamics of whole building systems. The key areas for focus and associated metrics with targets for establishing competitiveness in energy efficient building design and operation are: (1) Scalability - Current methodology and tools can provide design guidance for very low energy buildings in weeks to months; what is needed is hours to days. A 50X improvement is needed. (2) Installation and commissioning - Current methodology and tools can target a three month window for commissioni
DYNAMIC MECHANICAL ANALYSIS CHARACTERIZATION OF GLOVEBOX GLOVES
Korinko, P.
2012-02-29
As part of the characterization of various glovebox glove material from four vendors, the permeability of gas through each type as a function of temperature was determined and a discontinuity in the permeability with temperature was revealed. A series of tests to determine the viscoelastic properties of the glove materials as a function of temperature using Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DMA) was initiated. The glass transition temperature and the elastic and viscoelastic properties as a function of temperature up to maximum use temperature were determined for each glove material. The glass transition temperatures of the gloves were -60 C for butyl, -30 C for polyurethane, -16 C Hypalon{reg_sign}, - 16 C for Viton{reg_sign}, and -24 C for polyurethane-Hypalon{reg_sign}. The glass transition was too complex for the butyl-Hypalon{reg_sign} and butyl-Viton{reg_sign} composite gloves to be characterized by a single glass transition temperature. All of the glass transition temperatures exceed the vendor projected use temperatures.
Dynamic Transfer Capability Analysis with Wind Farms and Dynamic Loads
Pota, Himanshu Roy
. An investigation on the effect of dynamics loads, wind farms and flexible AC transmission system (FACTS) devices capability unnecessarily limits the power transfers and is a costly and inefficient use of a network with increasing loads, the need to transfer power over long transmission lines increases. Deregulation
Applying Multi-Physics Requirements and Loads in FEM Analysis and Testing – The JET KL11 Endoscope Design Verification Process
Confirmation of standard error analysis techniques applied to EXAFS using simulations
Booth, Corwin H; Hu, Yung-Jin
2009-12-14
Systematic uncertainties, such as those in calculated backscattering amplitudes, crystal glitches, etc., not only limit the ultimate accuracy of the EXAFS technique, but also affect the covariance matrix representation of real parameter errors in typical fitting routines. Despite major advances in EXAFS analysis and in understanding all potential uncertainties, these methods are not routinely applied by all EXAFS users. Consequently, reported parameter errors are not reliable in many EXAFS studies in the literature. This situation has made many EXAFS practitioners leery of conventional error analysis applied to EXAFS data. However, conventional error analysis, if properly applied, can teach us more about our data, and even about the power and limitations of the EXAFS technique. Here, we describe the proper application of conventional error analysis to r-space fitting to EXAFS data. Using simulations, we demonstrate the veracity of this analysis by, for instance, showing that the number of independent dat a points from Stern's rule is balanced by the degrees of freedom obtained from a 2 statistical analysis. By applying such analysis to real data, we determine the quantitative effect of systematic errors. In short, this study is intended to remind the EXAFS community about the role of fundamental noise distributions in interpreting our final results.
Mesoscale analysis of segmental dynamics in microphase-segregated polyurea
Grujicic, Mica
Mesoscale analysis of segmental dynamics in microphase- segregated polyurea M. Grujicic · B-atom molecular dynamics techniques. To overcome this problem, mesoscale coarse-grain simulation methods of constituent atom-size particles. Within the mesoscale methods, on the other hand, this atomistic description
Analysis of Dynamic Task Allocation in Multi-Robot Systems
Southern California, University of
Analysis of Dynamic Task Allocation in Multi-Robot Systems Kristina Lerman1 , Chris Jones2 , Aram of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0781, USA {lerman|galstyan}@isi.edu, {cvjones|maja}@robotics.usc.edu Abstract Dynamic task allocation is an essential requirement for multi-robot systems operating in unknown
Analysis of Dynamic Task Allocation in Multi-Robot Systems
Galstyan, Aram
Analysis of Dynamic Task Allocation in Multi-Robot Systems Kristina Lerman1 , Chris Jones2 , Aram of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0781, USA {lerman|galstyan}@isi.edu, {cvjones|maja}@robotics.usc.edu Abstract Dynamic task allocation is an essential requirement for multi-robot systems functioning in unknown
Performance Analysis of Dynamic Web Page Generation Technologies \\Lambda
Claypool, Mark
Performance Analysis of Dynamic Web Page Generation Technologies \\Lambda Bhupesh Kothari and Mark on Web servers. Today's Web servers also process an increasing number of requests for dynamic pages, making server load even more critical. The performance of Web servers delivering static pages is well
Dynamic strategic interactions : analysis and mechanism design
Candogan, Utku Ozan
2013-01-01
Modern systems, such as engineering systems with autonomous entities, markets, and financial networks, consist of self-interested agents with potentially conflicting objectives. These agents interact in a dynamic manner, ...
Analysis of azimuthal mode dynamics of mesoscale eddies
McCalpin, John David
1984-01-01
ANALYSIS OF AZIMUTHAL MODE DYNAMICS OF MESOSCALE EDDIES A Thesis by UOHN DAVID MCCALPIN Submitted to the Graduate College of Texas ASM University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE August 1984... Major Subject: Oceanography ANALYSIS OF AZIMUTHAL MODE DYNAMICS OF MESOSCALE EDDIES A Thesis by JOHN DAVID MCCALPIN Approved as to style and content by: rew . as ano (Chairman of Committee) o ert . ei (Member) uy . rancesc &ni (Member) Robert...
Thorough approach to measurement uncertainty analysis applied to immersed heat exchanger testing
Farrington, R.B.; Wells, C.V.
1986-04-01
This paper discusses the value of an uncertainty analysis, discusses how to determine measurement uncertainty, and then details the sources of error in instrument calibration, data acquisition, and data reduction for a particular experiment. Methods are discussed to determine both the systematic (or bias) error in an experiment as well as to determine the random (or precision) error in the experiment. The detailed analysis is applied to two sets of conditions in measuring the effectiveness of an immersed coil heat exchanger. It shows the value of such analysis as well as an approach to reduce overall measurement uncertainty and to improve the experiment. This paper outlines how to perform an uncertainty analysis and then provides a detailed example of how to apply the methods discussed in the paper. The authors hope this paper will encourage researchers and others to become more concerned with their measurement processes and to report measurement uncertainty with all of their test results.
Dynamics of Formal Political Structure: An Event-History Analysis
Hannan, Michael T; Carroll, Glenn R
2015-08-15
The authors apply event history analysis to records on 90 countries from 1950-1975 to test hypotheses consistent with world systems and modernization hypotheses. The hypotheses predict factors associated with political change from/to one...
Pin: Building Customized Program Analysis Tools with Dynamic Instrumentation
Hazelwood, Kim
Pin: Building Customized Program Analysis Tools with Dynamic Instrumentation Chi-Keung Luk Robert.project@intel.com Abstract Robust and powerful software instrumentation tools are essential for program analysis tasks instrumentation system called Pin. Our goals are to pro- vide easy-to-use, portable, transparent, and efficient
MATH 360-2, Winter 2011 MENU Applied Analysis Project 1: Car Following and Collisions
Goerss, Paul
MATH 360-2, Winter 2011 MENU Applied Analysis Project 1: Car Following and Collisions This project time of one or more cars following each other; in particular we will try to understand the somewhat to be adequate distances between the cars. The Laplace transform comes into play because of "time delay
Menut, Laurent
the a priori uncertainties in anthropogenic NOx and volatile organic compounds (VOC) emissions: (1) The a posteriori probability density function (pdf) for NOx emissions is not modified in its averageBayesian Monte Carlo analysis applied to regional-scale inverse emission modeling for reactive
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAMMETRIC CHANGE ANALYSIS AS APPLIED TO ACTIVE COASTAL DUNES IN MICHIGAN
Brown, Daniel G.
DIGITAL PHOTOGRAMMETRIC CHANGE ANALYSIS AS APPLIED TO ACTIVE COASTAL DUNES IN MICHIGAN Daniel G COASTAL DUNES IN MICHIGAN Abstract A pilot study was conducted to investigate the applicability of digital sand (i.e., dune fields and sand sheets) easily mobilize when stabilizing vegetation is somehow reduced
Introductory comments: Applied behavior analysis in crime and delinquency: Focus on prevention
Morris, Edward K.
1987-01-01
Introduces 3 papers on applied behavior analysis in crime and delinquency that were originally presented at a symposium at the 1986 meeting of the American Psychological Association. They are the work of M. T. Nietzel and M. J. Himelein (see record...
A Finite Element-Multibody Dynamics Co-simulation Methodology Applied to FAST
Suryakumar, Vishvas Samuel
2013-05-02
A co-simulation methodology is explored whereby a finite element code and a multi-body dynamics code featuring flexible cantilevered beams can be coupled and interactively executed. The floating frame of reference formulation is used to develop...
KINEMATIC, DYNAMIC AND WORKSPACE ANALYSIS OF A NOVEL 6-DOF PARALLEL MANIPULATOR
Krovi, Venkat
KINEMATIC, DYNAMIC AND WORKSPACE ANALYSIS OF A NOVEL 6-DOF PARALLEL MANIPULATOR by Hrishi L. Shah Shah SUNY BUFFALO KINEMATIC, DYNAMIC AND WORKSPACE ANALYSIS OF A NOVEL 6-DOF PARALLEL MANIPULATOR #12 .........................................................................................12 3.1. Kinematic Analysis .......
Decision Analysis of Dynamic Spectrum Access Rules
Juan D. Deaton; Luiz A. DaSilva; Christian Wernz
2011-12-01
A current trend in spectrum regulation is to incorporate spectrum sharing through the design of spectrum access rules that support Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA). This paper develops a decision-theoretic framework for regulators to assess the impacts of different decision rules on both primary and secondary operators. We analyze access rules based on sensing and exclusion areas, which in practice can be enforced through geolocation databases. Our results show that receiver-only sensing provides insufficient protection for primary and co-existing secondary users and overall low social welfare. On the other hand, using sensing information between the transmitter and receiver of a communication link, provides dramatic increases in system performance. The performance of using these link end points is relatively close to that of using many cooperative sensing nodes associated to the same access point and large link exclusion areas. These results are useful to regulators and network developers in understanding in developing rules for future DSA regulation.
Crawford, T. Daniel
at the interfaces between these materials. While the structure and transport of bulk PEMs for fuel cell applications, Dynamics, and Transport in Polyelectrolyte Membrane Materials for Fuel Cells with Kirt Page, Polymers:30 pm ICTAS Room 310, Stanger Street Fuel cells based on polymer electrolyte membranes (PEM) show
Assessment and Event Based Analysis of Dynamic Wireless Networks
Paris-Sud XI, Université de
Assessment and Event Based Analysis of Dynamic Wireless Networks Denis Carvin1,2, Guillaume Kremer1 of mobile nodes in networks is significantly changing the way they are managed. Indeed, these wireless-estimation algorithm for wireless mobile networks. We then provide events' collection and distributed mining methods
Air Ingress Benchmarking with Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis
1 Air Ingress Benchmarking with Computational Fluid Dynamics Analysis Tieliang Zhai Professor by the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission #12;2 Air Ingress Accident Objectives and Overall Strategy: Depresurization Pure Diffusion Natural Convection Challenging: Natural convection Multi-component Diffusion (air
Performance Monitoring of MPC Based on Dynamic Principal Component Analysis
Chen, Sheng
Performance Monitoring of MPC Based on Dynamic Principal Component Analysis Xue Min Tian Gong Quan Center of China MCC20 Group Co., Ltd., Shanghai 201900, China (E-mail: chen9028@163.com). School for performance monitoring of constrained multi-variable model predictive control (MPC) systems. In the proposed
Computational Challenges and Analysis under Increasingly Dynamic and Uncertain
Computational Challenges and Analysis under Increasingly Dynamic and Uncertain Electric Power Empowering Minds to Engineer the Future Electric Energy System #12;Thrust Area 5 White Paper Computational Professor School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology 777 Atlantic Drive
Cesari, G.
1994-12-31
The aim of this paper is to analyze experimentally the quality of the solution obtained with dissection algorithms applied to the geometric Traveling Salesman Problem. Starting from Karp`s results. We apply a divide and conquer strategy, first dividing the plane into subregions where we calculate optimal subtours and then merging these subtours to obtain the final tour. The analysis is restricted to problem instances where points are uniformly distributed in the unit square. For relatively small sets of cities we analyze the quality of the solution by calculating the length of the optimal tour and by comparing it with our approximate solution. When the problem instance is too large we perform an asymptotical analysis estimating the length of the optimal tour. We apply the same dissection strategy also to classical heuristics by calculating approximate subtours and by comparing the results with the average quality of the heuristic. Our main result is the estimate of the rate of convergence of the approximate solution to the optimal solution as a function of the number of dissection steps, of the criterion used for the plane division and of the quality of the subtours. We have implemented our programs on MUSIC (MUlti Signal processor system with Intelligent Communication), a Single-Program-Multiple-Data parallel computer with distributed memory developed at the ETH Zurich.
Laboratory Analysis of Vortex Dynamics For Shallow Tidal Inlets
Whilden, Kerri Ann
2010-10-12
OF VORTEX DYNAMICS FOR SHALLOW TIDAL INLETS A Thesis by KERRI ANN WHILDEN Submitted to the O ce of Graduate Studies of Texas A&M University in partial ful llment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE August 2009 Major Subject: Ocean... Engineering LABORATORY ANALYSIS OF VORTEX DYNAMICS FOR SHALLOW TIDAL INLETS A Thesis by KERRI ANN WHILDEN Submitted to the O ce of Graduate Studies of Texas A&M University in partial ful llment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE Approved...
Application of largest Lyapunov exponent analysis on the studies of dynamics under external forces
Jovan Odavic; Petar Mali; Jasmina Tekic; Milan Pantic; Milica Pavkov Hrvojevic
2015-10-25
Dynamics of driven Frenkel-Kontorova model is examined by using largest Lyapunov exponent computational technique. Obtained results show that comparing to the usual way where behavior of the system in the presence of external forces is examined by analyzing its dynamical response function, the largest Lyapunov exponent analysis often represents a better tool to estimate the system dynamics. In the dc driven system, the critical depinning force that needs to be applied on particular structure could be estimated according to the largest Lyapunov exponent. In the dc+ac driven system, calculation of the largest Lyapunov exponent not only offers the most accurate way to detect the presence of Shapiro steps but completely reflects the amplitude dependence of the step size and the critical depinning force. The largest Lyapunov exponent as a function of the ac amplitude calculated in the pinned regime represents a mirror image of the amplitude dependence of the critical depinning force obtained from the dynamical response function when both forces are applied.
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Dynamic Mechanical Thermal Analysis of Virgin TR-55 Silicone Rubber
Small IV, W; Wilson, T S
2009-10-09
Dynamic mechanical thermal analysis (DMTA) of virgin TR-55 silicone rubber specimens was conducted. Dynamic frequency/temperature sweep tests were conducted over the ranges 0.1-100 rad/s and 30-100 C using a parallel plate test geometry. A strain of 0.2% was used, which was near the upper limit of the linear viscoelastic region of the material based on initial dynamic strain sweep tests. Master curves of G{prime} and G{double_prime} as a function of frequency were generated using time-temperature superposition (horizontal shift with initial vertical correction). The activation energy calculated from an Arrhenius fit to the horizontal shift factors was 178-355 kJ/mol. The calculated percent load retention at {approx}50 years was 61-68%.
RAVEN, a New Software for Dynamic Risk Analysis
Cristian Rabiti; Andrea Alfonsi; Joshua Cogliati; Diego Mandelli; Robert Kinoshita
2014-06-01
RAVEN is a generic software driver to perform parametric and probabilistic analysis of code simulating complex systems. Initially developed to provide dynamic risk analysis capabilities to the RELAP-7 code [1] is currently being generalized with the addition of Application Programming Interfaces (APIs). These interfaces are used to extend RAVEN capabilities to any software as long as all the parameters that need to be perturbed are accessible by inputs files or directly via python interfaces. RAVEN is capable to investigate the system response probing the input space using Monte Carlo, grid strategies, or Latin Hyper Cube schemes, but its strength is its focus toward system feature discovery like limit surfaces separating regions of the input space leading to system failure using dynamic supervised learning techniques. The paper will present an overview of the software capabilities and their implementation schemes followed by same application examples.
Avrunin, George S.
Applying Static Analysis to Software Architectures Gleb Naumovich, George S. Avrunin, Lori A. In this paper we demonstrate how static concurrency analysis tech- niques can be used to verify application, they illustrate the potential of static analysis for verifying that architecture descriptions adhere to important
Coupled dark energy: a dynamical analysis with complex scalar field
Ricardo C. G. Landim
2015-07-01
The dynamical analysis for coupled dark energy with dark matter is presented, where a complex scalar field is taken into account and it is considered in the presence of a barothropic fluid. We consider three dark energy candidates: quintessence, phantom and tachyon. The critical points are found and their stabilities analyzed, leading to the three cosmological eras (radiation, matter and dark energy), for a generic potential. The results presented here enlarge the previous analyses found in the literature.
St h ti d i l i fStochastic dynamic analysis of offshore wind turbines
Nřrvĺg, Kjetil
1 St h ti d i l i fStochastic dynamic analysis of offshore wind turbines with emphasis on fatigue Co te ts · Overview of offshore wind technology · Modelling of environmental conditions · Dynamic analysis of offshore bottom-fixed wind turbines · Modelling and dynamic analysis of floating wind turbines
INVERSE KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS ANALYSIS OF A THREE LEGGED PARALLEL MECHANISM ACTUATED BY AGVs
Saha, Subir Kumar
1 INVERSE KINEMATICS AND DYNAMICS ANALYSIS OF A THREE LEGGED PARALLEL MECHANISM ACTUATED BY AGVs kinematics and inverse dynamics analysis of a parallel mechanism is presented. The mechanism consists configuration. Inverse kinematics and dynamics analysis is also performed for the three actuators (mobile robots
Surducan, E.; Surducan, V.; Neamtu, C.; Limare, A.; Di Giuseppe, E.
2014-12-15
We report the design, construction, and performances of a microwave (MW) heating device for laboratory experiments with non-contact, homogeneous internal heating. The device generates MW radiation at 2.47 GHz from a commercial magnetron supplied by a pulsed current inverter using proprietary, feedback based command and control hardware and software. Specially designed MW launchers direct the MW radiation into the sample through a MW homogenizer, devised to even the MW power distribution into the sample's volume. An adjustable MW circuit adapts the MW generator to the load (i.e., the sample) placed in the experiment chamber. Dedicated heatsinks maintain the MW circuits at constant temperature throughout the experiment. Openings for laser scanning for image acquisition with a CCD camera and for the cooling circuits are protected by special MW filters. The performances of the device are analyzed in terms of heating uniformity, long term output power stability, and load matching. The device is used for small scale experiments simulating Earth's mantle convection. The 30 × 30 × 5 cm{sup 3} convection tank is filled with a water?based viscous fluid. A uniform and constant temperature is maintained at the upper boundary by an aluminum heat exchanger and adiabatic conditions apply at the tank base. We characterize the geometry of the convective regime as well as its bulk thermal evolution by measuring the velocity field by Particle Image Velocimetry and the temperature field by using Thermochromic Liquid Crystals.
Applying high resolution SyXRD analysis on sulfate attacked concrete field samples
Stroh, J.; Schlegel, M.-C.; Irassar, E.F.; Meng, B.; Emmerling, F.
2014-12-15
High resolution synchrotron X-ray diffraction (SyXRD) was applied for a microstructural profile analysis of concrete deterioration after sulfate attack. The cement matrices consist of ordinary Portland cement and different amounts of supplementary cementitious materials, such as fly ash, natural pozzolana and granulated blast furnace slag. The changes of the phase composition were determined along the direction of sulfate ingress. This approach allows the identification of reaction fronts and zones of different phase compositions and conclusions about the mechanisms of sulfate attack. Two reaction fronts were localized in the initial 4 mm from the sample surface. The mechanism of deterioration caused by the exposition in the sulfate-bearing soil is discussed. SyXRD is shown to be a reliable method for investigation of cementitious materials with aggregates embedded in natural environments.
Halamek, Jan; Halamkova, Lenka; Bocharova, Vera; Privman, Vladimir; Wang, Joseph; Katz, Evgeny
2011-01-01
Biomolecular logic systems processing biochemical input signals and producing "digital" outputs in the form of YES/NO were developed for analysis of physiological conditions characteristic of liver injury, soft tissue injury and abdominal trauma. Injury biomarkers were used as input signals for activating the logic systems. Their normal physiological concentrations were defined as logic-0 level, while their pathologically elevated concentrations were defined as logic-1 values. Since the input concentrations applied as logic 0 and 1 values were not sufficiently different, the output signals being at low and high values (0, 1 outputs) were separated with a short gap making their discrimination difficult. Coupled enzymatic reactions functioning as a biomolecular signal processing system with a built-in filter property were developed. The filter process involves a partial back-conversion of the optical-output-signal-yielding product, but only at its low concentrations, thus allowing the proper discrimination betw...
Jan Halamek; Jian Zhou; Lenka Halamkova; Vera Bocharova; Vladimir Privman; Joseph Wang; Evgeny Katz
2011-10-08
Biomolecular logic systems processing biochemical input signals and producing "digital" outputs in the form of YES/NO were developed for analysis of physiological conditions characteristic of liver injury, soft tissue injury and abdominal trauma. Injury biomarkers were used as input signals for activating the logic systems. Their normal physiological concentrations were defined as logic-0 level, while their pathologically elevated concentrations were defined as logic-1 values. Since the input concentrations applied as logic 0 and 1 values were not sufficiently different, the output signals being at low and high values (0, 1 outputs) were separated with a short gap making their discrimination difficult. Coupled enzymatic reactions functioning as a biomolecular signal processing system with a built-in filter property were developed. The filter process involves a partial back-conversion of the optical-output-signal-yielding product, but only at its low concentrations, thus allowing the proper discrimination between 0 and 1 output values.
POWER GRID DYNAMICS: ENHANCING POWER SYSTEM OPERATION THROUGH PRONY ANALYSIS
Ray, C.; Huang, Z.
2007-01-01
Prony Analysis is a technique used to decompose a signal into a series consisting of weighted complex exponentials and promises to be an effi cient way of recognizing sensitive lines during faults in power systems such as the U.S. Power grid. Positive Sequence Load Flow (PSLF) was used to simulate the performance of a simple two-area-four-generator system and the reaction of the system during a line fault. The Dynamic System Identifi cation (DSI) Toolbox was used to perform Prony analysis and use modal information to identify key transmission lines for power fl ow adjustment to improve system damping. The success of the application of Prony analysis methods to the data obtained from PSLF is reported, and the key transmission line for adjustment is identifi ed. Future work will focus on larger systems and improving the current algorithms to deal with networks such as large portions of the Western Electricity Coordinating Council (WECC) power grid.
Dynamic proteome analysis of Cyanothece sp. ATCC 51142 under constant light
Aryal, Uma K.; Stockel, Jana; Welsh, Eric A.; Gritsenko, Marina A.; Nicora, Carrie D.; Koppenaal, David W.; Smith, Richard D.; Pakrasi, Himadri B.; Jacobs, Jon M.
2012-02-03
Understanding the dynamic nature of protein abundances provides insights into protein turnover not readily apparent from conventional, static mass spectrometry measurements. This level of data is particularly informative when surveying protein abundances in biological systems subjected to large perturbations or alterations in environment such as cyanobacteria. Our current analysis expands upon conventional proteomic approaches in cyanobacteria by measuring dynamic changes of the proteome using a 13C15N-L-leucine metabolic labeling in Cyanothece ATCC51142. Metabolically labeled Cyanothece ATCC51142 cells grown under nitrogen sufficient conditions in continuous light were monitored longitudinally for isotope incorporation over a 48 h period, revealing 422 proteins with dynamic changes in abundances. In particular, proteins involved in carbon fixation, pentose phosphate pathway, cellular protection, redox regulation, protein folding, assembly and degradation showed higher levels of isotope incorporation suggesting that these biochemical pathways are important for growth under non-diazotrophic conditions. Calculation of relative isotope abundances (RIA) values allowed to measure actual active protein synthesis over time for different biochemical pathways under non-diazotrophic conditions. Overall results demonstrated the utility of 'non-steady state' pulsed metabolic labeling for systems-wide dynamic quantification of the proteome in Cyanothece ATCC51142 that can also be applied to other cyanobacteria.
Impact of environmental dynamics on economic evolution: A stylized agent-based policy analysis
Eiben, A.E. "Guszti"
Impact of environmental dynamics on economic evolution: A stylized agent-based policy analysis., Impact of environmental dynamics on economic evolution: A stylized agent- based policy analysis, Technol different types of environmental dynamics call for distinct behav- ioral interaction, and how a policy maker
Thermoacoustic instability - a dynamical system and time domain analysis
Sayadi, Taraneh; Schmid, Peter; Richecoeur, Franck; Massot, Marc
2013-01-01
This study focuses on the Rijke tube problem, which includes features relevant to the modeling of thermoacoustic coupling in reactive flows: a compact acoustic source, an empirical model for the heat source, and nonlinearities. This system features both linear and nonlinear flow regimes with complex dynamical behavior. In order to synthesize accurate time-series, we tackle this problem from a numerical point-of-view, and start by proposing a dedicated solver designed for dealing with the underlying stiffness, in particular, the retarded time and the discontinuity at the location of the heat source. Stability analysis is performed on the limit of the low amplitude perturbations by means of the projection method proposed by Jarlebring (2008), which alleviates the linearization of the retarded term. The results are then compared to the analytical solution of the undamped system, in addition to the analysis based on Galerkin projection. The method provides insight into the consequence of the simplification due to...
Garnier, Josselin
multiscale analysis the hotspot dynamics during the deceleration phase of inertial confinement December 2004) paper is devoted study deceleration phase inertial confinement capsules. First self. [DOI: 10.1063/1.1825389] INTRODUCTION dynamics the deceleration phase inertial con finement fusion
Essays on Price Dynamics, Welfare Analysis, Household Food Insecurity in Mexico
Magana Lemus, David
2013-09-20
Higher and more volatile food prices, as reported in recent years, have consequences on household welfare and potentially on public policy. Analysis of agricultural commodities price dynamics, welfare ...
Dynamic analysis of policy drivers for bioenergy commodity markets
Robert F. Jeffers; Jacob J. Jacobson; Erin M. Searcy
2001-01-01
Biomass is increasingly being considered as a feedstock to provide a clean and renewable source of energy in the form of both liquid fuels and electric power. In the United States, the biofuels and biopower industries are regulated by different policies and have different drivers which impact the maximum price the industries are willing to pay for biomass. This article describes a dynamic computer simulation model that analyzes future behavior of bioenergy feedstock markets given policy and technical options. The model simulates the long-term dynamics of these markets by treating advanced biomass feedstocks as a commodity and projecting the total demand of each industry as well as the market price over time. The model is used for an analysis of the United States bioenergy feedstock market that projects supply, demand, and market price given three independent buyers: domestic biopower, domestic biofuels, and foreign exports. With base-case assumptions, the biofuels industry is able to dominate the market and meet the federal Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) targets for advanced biofuels. Further analyses suggest that United States bioenergy studies should include estimates of export demand in their projections, and that GHG-limiting policy would partially shield both industries from exporter dominance.
State machine analysis of sensor data from dynamic processes
Cook, William R.; Brabson, John M.; Deland, Sharon M.
2003-12-23
A state machine model analyzes sensor data from dynamic processes at a facility to identify the actual processes that were performed at the facility during a period of interest for the purpose of remote facility inspection. An inspector can further input the expected operations into the state machine model and compare the expected, or declared, processes to the actual processes to identify undeclared processes at the facility. The state machine analysis enables the generation of knowledge about the state of the facility at all levels, from location of physical objects to complex operational concepts. Therefore, the state machine method and apparatus may benefit any agency or business with sensored facilities that stores or manipulates expensive, dangerous, or controlled materials or information.
Lawrence, Rick L.
for classification of remotely sensed data. Introduction The classification of digital imagery to extract useful theAbstract Rule-based classification using classification tree analysis (CTA) is increasingly applied. Results are then used for image classification. Software implementations of CTA offer differ- ent
Spatial distribution of dynamic amplification in progressive collapse analysis of building frames
Yang, Zifan (Frank Zifan)
2015-01-01
The purpose to use Dynamic Application factor is to design and analysis the building and structures more efficient under the progressive collapse where one can only use only the Linear Static Analysis and times the results ...
drives Transfer functions and basic control theory Electric machine and drives simulation Measurable of electrical machines (ABET Outcomes A, c, E, K) 6. Use high level simulation tools for machine analysis (ABET machine theory. Techniques for dynamic analysis of electromechanical machines: dq representations
Humberto E. Garcia; Amit Mohanty; Wen-Chiao Lin; Robert S. Cherry
2013-04-01
Dynamic analysis of hybrid energy systems (HES) under flexible operation and variable renewable generation is considered in order to better understand various challenges and opportunities associated with the high system variability arising from the integration of renewable energy into the power grid. Unique consequences are addressed by devising advanced HES solutions in which multiple forms of energy commodities, such as electricity and chemical products, may be exchanged. Dynamic models of various unit operations are developed and integrated within two different HES options. One HES option, termed traditional, produces electricity only and consists of a primary heat generator (PHG) (e.g., a small modular reactor), a steam turbine generator, a wind farm, and a battery storage. The other HES option, termed advanced, includes not only the components present in the traditional option but also a chemical plant complex to repurpose excess energy for non-electricity services, such as for the production of chemical goods (e.g., transportation fuel). In either case, a given HES is connected to the power grid at a point of common coupling and requested to deliver a certain electricity generation profile as dictated by a regional power grid operator based on a predicted demand curve. Dynamic analysis of these highly-coupled HES are performed to identify their key dynamical properties and limitations and to prescribe solutions for best managing and mitigating the high variability introduced from incorporating renewable energy into the energy mix. A comparative dynamic cost analysis is also conducted to determine best HES options. The cost function includes a set of metrics for computing fixed costs, such as fixed operations and maintenance (O&M) and overnight capital costs, and also variable operational costs, such as cost of variability, variable O&M cost, and cost of environmental impact, together with revenues. Assuming different options for implementing PHG (e.g., natural gas, coal, nuclear), preliminary results identify the level of renewable penetration at which a given advanced HES option (e.g., a nuclear hybrid) becomes increasingly more economical than a traditional electricity-only generation solution. Conditions are also revealed under which carbon resources may be better utilized as carbon sources for chemical production rather than as combustion material for electricity generation.
Sensitivity analysis of a dynamic model for submerged arc silicon furnaces.
Foss, Bjarne A.
Sensitivity analysis of a dynamic model for submerged arc silicon furnaces. B. F. Lund1 , B. A for a dynamic model of submerged arc silicon furnaces. The model we study, called "Simod", was developed updating a nonlinear, dynamic model of a silicon furnace. We have identified a parameter set that has
VIRUS DYNAMICS: A GLOBAL ANALYSIS PATRICK DE LEENHEER AND HAL L. SMITH
De Leenheer, Patrick
VIRUS DYNAMICS: A GLOBAL ANALYSIS PATRICK DE LEENHEER AND HAL L. SMITH SIAM J. APPL. MATH. c 2003 and Nelson [SIAM Rev., 41 (1999), pp. 344] and Nowak and May [Virus Dynamics, Oxford University Press, New of their dynamics. If the basic reproduction number R0 virus is cleared and the disease dies out; if R0 > 1
Numerical methods of integration applied in the nonlinear dynamic analysis of shells of revolution
Tillerson, Joe Richard
1970-01-01
'h ? Order Rungc ? Kutta Forsn)las Houbolt Metho1I Ch n, Cox, and Benfield Procedure Constant Average Acceleration (8 ? -1/4) Linear Acceleration (B=l/6) Step Function Acceleration Variation (8. =1/8) Fox and Goodwin Formulation (8=1/12) Second... Shell of Revolution Response Studies Runge-Kntta Evaluation 35 43 43 TEHLE 0: COIJTEJITS (Con tinued) C, J. EP'J . R Page isan, Cox, and henfield Evaluation (B. =J. I6, I/O, 1/12, and 0) C mparison of !Inubolt Jiethod an;l Chan, Cox, ; nd...
Applied Dynamic Analysis of the Global Economy (ADAGE) Model | Open Energy
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A step towards quantitative lipoprotein density profiling analysis: applied Rayleigh scattering
Nowlin, Michael
2009-05-15
is imperative in assessing risk factors accurately. Light scattering techniques, primarily Rayleigh scattering, are applied to density separated serum samples in resulting in improved qualitative data with progress in quantitative measurements through imaging...
Course STAT 6348.501 Applied Multivariate Analysis Professor Robert Serfling
Serfling, Robert
Analysis. The Classification Problem: Discriminant Analysis, Support Vector Machines, Classification the professor's notes accompanied by handouts distributed by email and from library eBooks. Also, other sources). T 11/15 R 11/17 Classification: discriminant analysis; support vector machines. Support vector machines
Analysis of Power System Dynamics Subject to Stochastic Power Injections
DeVille, Lee
of the system dynamic states, e.g., synchronous machines angles and speeds, and algebraic states, e.g., bus
Analysis of the influence of tool dynamics in diamond turning
Fawcett, S.C.; Luttrell, D.E.; Keltie, R.F.
1988-12-01
This report describes the progress in defining the role of machine and interface dynamics on the surface finish in diamond turning. It contains a review of literature from conventional and diamond machining processes relating tool dynamics, material interactions and tool wear to surface finish. Data from experimental measurements of tool/work piece interface dynamics are presented as well as machine dynamics for the DTM at the Center.
Nonrigid Motion Analysis Based on Dynamic Refinement of Finite Element Models
Sarkar, Sudeep
Nonrigid Motion Analysis Based on Dynamic Refinement of Finite Element Models Leonid V. Tsap finite element models. The method is based on the iterative analysis of the differences betweenĂPhysically-based vision, deformable models, nonrigid motion analysis, biomedical applications, finite element analysis. Ă¦
Krogman, Mitchell S. (Mitchell Spencer)
2013-01-01
This thesis describes the analysis of a locking mechanism designed by ProTeqt Technologies. More specifically, the analysis considers the mechanism after the implementation of a resonantly coupled circuit used to receive ...
Particle sizing by dynamic light scattering: non-linear cumulant analysis
Alastair G. Mailer; Paul S. Clegg; Peter N. Pusey
2015-04-24
We revisit the method of cumulants for analysing dynamic light scattering data in particle sizing applications. Here the data, in the form of the time correlation function of scattered light, is written as a series involving the first few cumulants (or moments) of the distribution of particle diffusion constants. Frisken (2001 Applied Optics 40, 4087) has pointed out that, despite greater computational complexity, a non-linear, iterative, analysis of the data has advantages over the linear least-squares analysis used originally. In order to explore further the potential and limitations of cumulant methods we analyse, by both linear and non-linear methods, computer-generated data with realistic `noise', where the parameters of the distribution can be set explicitly. We find that, with modern computers, non-linear analysis is straightforward and robust. The mean and variance of the distribution of diffusion constants can be obtained quite accurately for distributions of width (standard deviation/mean) up to about 0.6, but there appears to be little prospect of obtaining meaningful higher moments.
of model complexity How long can fisheries management delay action in response to climate change? (Brown, and management delay (the > the delay, the more change is necessary) this is a dynamic system that requires management robust to ecological and climate change · Fisheries management is now based on equilibrium
Using Dynamic DCF and Real Option Methods for Economic Analysis in NI43-101 Technical Reports
Using Dynamic DCF and Real Option Methods for Economic Analysis in NI43-101 Technical Reports or staff. #12;Abstract The introduction of Dynamic Discounted Cash Flow ("Dynamic DCF") and Real Options
Risk Dynamics?An Analysis for the Risk of Change
Huang, Tailin
2010-01-01
Risk Assessment?" Risk Analysis, Aubrey, A. (2010). "T. (2003). Foundations of Risk Analysis : A Knowledge andNJ. Ayyub, B. M. (2003). Risk Analysis in Engineering and
Dynamic analysis methods for detecting anomalies in asynchronously interacting systems.
Kumar, Akshat; Solis, John Hector; Matschke, Benjamin
2014-01-01
Detecting modifications to digital system designs, whether malicious or benign, is problematic due to the complexity of the systems being analyzed. Moreover, static analysis techniques and tools can only be used during the initial design and implementation phases to verify safety and liveness properties. It is computationally intractable to guarantee that any previously verified properties still hold after a system, or even a single component, has been produced by a third-party manufacturer. In this paper we explore new approaches for creating a robust system design by investigating highly-structured computational models that simplify verification and analysis. Our approach avoids the need to fully reconstruct the implemented system by incorporating a small verification component that dynamically detects for deviations from the design specification at run-time. The first approach encodes information extracted from the original system design algebraically into a verification component. During run-time this component randomly queries the implementation for trace information and verifies that no design-level properties have been violated. If any deviation is detected then a pre-specified fail-safe or notification behavior is triggered. Our second approach utilizes a partitioning methodology to view liveness and safety properties as a distributed decision task and the implementation as a proposed protocol that solves this task. Thus the problem of verifying safety and liveness properties is translated to that of verifying that the implementation solves the associated decision task. We develop upon results from distributed systems and algebraic topology to construct a learning mechanism for verifying safety and liveness properties from samples of run-time executions.
Iman Marvian; Robert W. Spekkens
2014-12-05
Finding the consequences of symmetry for open system quantum dynamics is a problem with broad applications, including describing thermal relaxation, deriving quantum limits on the performance of amplifiers, and exploring quantum metrology in the presence of noise. The symmetry of the dynamics may reflect a symmetry of the fundamental laws of nature, a symmetry of a low-energy effective theory, or it may describe a practical restriction such as the lack of a reference frame. In this paper, we apply some tools of harmonic analysis together with ideas from quantum information theory to this problem. The central idea is to study the decomposition of quantum operations---in particular, states, measurements and channels---into different modes, which we call modes of asymmetry. Under symmetric processing, a given mode of the input is mapped to the corresponding mode of the output, implying that one can only generate a given output if the input contains all of the necessary modes. By defining monotones that quantify the asymmetry in a particular mode, we also derive quantitative constraints on the resources of asymmetry that are required to simulate a given asymmetric operation. We present applications of our results for deriving bounds on the probability of success in nondeterministic state transitions, such as quantum amplification, and a simplified formalism for studying the degradation of quantum reference frames.
Hoffman, Forrest M.
and Determining Importance Values for AmeriFlux Sites Forrest M. Hoffman Oak Ridge National Laboratory Building. Hargrove Oak Ridge National Laboratory Building 1507, MS 6407 Oak Ridge TN 378316407 8652412748 hnw@fire.esd.ornl.gov March 31, 2006 New Approaches to Ecological Regionalization Symposium Abstract We apply a multivariate
Popova, Elmira
Bayesian analysis and decisions in nuclear power plant maintenance Elmira Popova, David Morton, Paul Damien are then applied to solving an important problem in a nuclear power plant system at the South Texas Project (STP) Electric Generation Station. STP is one of the newest and largest nuclear power plants in the US
International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis Schlossplatz 1 A-2361 Laxenburg Austria
Hargrove, William W.
IN REMOTE SENSING.......................................................10 4.2. CO2 BURNING -- A SPECIFIC............................................................................12 4.3.1. SOIL CO2 AND CH4 RESPIRATION........................................................12 4 2.1.4. FUNDING (Cost effectiveness analysis) ......................................................5
Kohlhepp, Katherine D.
2006-04-12
AFW Auxiliary Feed Water BOP Balance of Plant BWR Boiling Water Reactor CBDTM Caused Based Decision Tree Method CREAM Cognitive Reliability and Error Analysis Method CPSES Comanche Peak Steam Electric Station CR Control Room CRS Control...
Analysis of the Ultra-fast Switching Dynamics in a Hybrid MOSFET/Driver
Tang, T.; Burkhart, C.; /SLAC
2011-08-17
The turn-on dynamics of a power MOSFET during ultra-fast, {approx} ns, switching are discussed in this paper. The testing was performed using a custom hybrid MOSFET/Driver module, which was fabricated by directly assembling die-form components, power MOSFET and drivers, on a printed circuit board. By using die-form components, the hybrid approach substantially reduces parasitic inductance, which facilitates ultra-fast switching. The measured turn on time of the hybrid module with a resistive load is 1.2 ns with an applied voltage of 1000 V and drain current of 33 A. Detailed analysis of the switching waveforms reveals that switching behavior must be interpreted differently in the ultra-fast regime. For example, the gate threshold voltage to turn on the device is observed to increase as the switching time decreases. Further analysis and simulation of MOSFET switching behavior shows that the minimum turn on time scales with the product of the drain-source on resistance and drain-source capacitance, R{sub DS(on)}C{sub OSS}. This information will be useful in power MOSFET selection and gate driver design for ultra-fast switching applications.
Dryer, Frederick L.
2009-04-10
This project was an integrated experimental/numerical effort to study pyrolysis and oxidation reactions and mechanisms for small-molecule hydrocarbon structures under conditions representative of combustion environments. The experimental aspects of the work were conducted in large-diameter flow reactors, at 0.3 to 18 atm pressure, 500 to 1100 K temperature, and 10^{-2} to 2 seconds reaction time. Experiments were also conducted to determine reference laminar flame speeds using a premixed laminar stagnation flame experiment and particle image velocimetry, as well as pressurized bomb experiments. Flow reactor data for oxidation experiments include: (1)adiabatic/isothermal species time-histories of a reaction under fixed initial pressure, temperature, and composition; to determine the species present after a fixed reaction time, initial pressure; (2)species distributions with varying initial reaction temperature; (3)perturbations of a well-defined reaction systems (e.g. CO/H_{2}/O_{2} or H_{2}/O_{2})by the addition of small amounts of an additive species. Radical scavenging techniques are applied to determine unimolecular decomposition rates from pyrolysis experiments. Laminar flame speed measurements are determined as a function of equivalence ratio, dilution, and unburned gas temperature at 1 atm pressure. Hierarchical, comprehensive mechanistic construction methods were applied to develop detailed kinetic mechanisms which describe the measurements and literature kinetic data. Modeling using well-defined and validated mechanisms for the CO/H_{2}/Oxidant systems and perturbations of oxidation experiments by small amounts of additives were also used to derive absolute reaction rates and to investigate the compatibility of published elementary kinetic and thermochemical information. Numerical tools were developed and applied to assess the importance of individual elementary reactions to the predictive performance of the developed mechanisms and to assess the uncertainties in elementary rate constant evaluations.
BDF-like methods for nonlinear dynamic analysis
"S. Dong"
2010-02-06
Jan 4, 2010 ... Although a nonlinear stability analysis of these algorithms for general ..... analysis using the damping-free linear vibration Eq. (16) similar to the ...
EXTREME VALUE ANALYSIS FOR CLIMATE TIME SERIES Institute for Mathematics Applied to Geosciences
Katz, Richard
Extremes (3) Temporal Dependence / Scaling of Climate Extremes (4) Interpretation of Tail Behavior of floods: Design of dams Flood plain regulation ("100-year flood") #12;6 · Non-Stationarity -- Sources extremes) Sub-divide (e. g., separate analysis by month) #12;7 (2) Statistics of Climate Extremes · Tail
Sadoulet, Elisabeth
Understanding Sectoral Labor Market Dynamics: An Equilibrium Analysis of the Oil and Gas Field examines the response of employment and wages in the US oil and gas ...eld services industry to changes the dynamic response of wages and employment in the U.S. Oil and Gas Field Services (OGFS) industry to changes
Analysis of in vivo dynamics of influenza virus infection in mice using a GFP reporter virus
Analysis of in vivo dynamics of influenza virus infection in mice using a GFP reporter virus Balaji for review December 30, 2009) Influenza A virus is being extensively studied because of its major impact on human and animal health. However, the dynamics of influenza virus infection and the cell types infected
Lyapunov Analysis Captures the Collective Dynamics of Large Chaotic Systems Kazumasa A. Takeuchi,1,2
Sano, Masaki
Lyapunov Analysis Captures the Collective Dynamics of Large Chaotic Systems Kazumasa A. Takeuchi,1, that the collective dynamics of large chaotic systems is encoded in their Lyapunov spectra: most modes are typically numbers: 05.45.Ŕa, 05.70.Ln, 05.90.+m A common way of characterizing chaos is to measure Lyapunov
Comparison of Dynamic Data Analysis Methods for Thermal Property Measurement of a Building Wall
Huang, K.; Gong, Y.
2006-01-01
results more accurate. In this paper, two methods for analyzing the building wall's thermal transmittance, where data is measured on site, are presented. They are respectively called the dynamic analysis method and the system identification method. The two...
The development of an approximate dynamic analysis of insulating glass units
Sequeira, Miguel Angel
1995-01-01
The goal of this thesis is to develop an approximate dynamic analysis of sealed insulating glass (IG) units subject to uniform blast loads, the formulation of which will be incorporated into a computer program that will ...
Coupled thermal analysis applied to the study of the rod ejection accident
Gonnet, M. [AREVA NP, TOUR AREVA - 1 Place Jean MILLIER, 92084 Paris La Defense Cedex (France)
2012-07-01
An advanced methodology for the assessment of fuel-rod thermal margins under RIA conditions has been developed by AREVA NP SAS. With the emergence of RIA analytical criteria, the study of the Rod Ejection Accident (REA) would normally require the analysis of each fuel rod, slice by slice, over the whole core. Up to now the strategy used to overcome this difficulty has been to perform separate analyses of sampled fuel pins with conservative hypotheses for thermal properties and boundary conditions. In the advanced methodology, the evaluation model for the Rod Ejection Accident (REA) integrates the node average fuel and coolant properties calculation for neutron feedback purpose as well as the peak fuel and coolant time-dependent properties for criteria checking. The calculation grid for peak fuel and coolant properties can be specified from the assembly pitch down to the cell pitch. The comparative analysis of methodologies shows that coupled methodology allows reducing excessive conservatism of the uncoupled approach. (authors)
Performance analysis of synchronous machines under dynamic eccentricity
Al-Nuaim, Nabil Abdulaziz
1996-01-01
The performance of salient pole synchronous machines under eccentric rotors is studied. Relationships between stator and rotor current induced harmonics and dynamic eccentricity are investigated. The winding function theory has been modified...
Dynamic analysis of a 5 megawatt offshore floating wind turbine
Harriger, Evan Michael
2011-01-01
Modeling the Dynamics of a Spar-type Floating Offshore Windcable coefficients for the spar buoy design. The wave-bodygeometry of the structure. The spar buoy has a hydrostatic
Multi-attribute criteria applied to electric generation energy system analysis LDRD.
Kuswa, Glenn W.; Tsao, Jeffrey Yeenien; Drennen, Thomas E.; Zuffranieri, Jason V.; Paananen, Orman Henrie; Jones, Scott A.; Ortner, Juergen G.; Brewer, Jeffrey D.; Valdez, Maximo M.
2005-10-01
This report began with a Laboratory-Directed Research and Development (LDRD) project to improve Sandia National Laboratories multidisciplinary capabilities in energy systems analysis. The aim is to understand how various electricity generating options can best serve needs in the United States. The initial product is documented in a series of white papers that span a broad range of topics, including the successes and failures of past modeling studies, sustainability, oil dependence, energy security, and nuclear power. Summaries of these projects are included here. These projects have provided a background and discussion framework for the Energy Systems Analysis LDRD team to carry out an inter-comparison of many of the commonly available electric power sources in present use, comparisons of those options, and efforts needed to realize progress towards those options. A computer aid has been developed to compare various options based on cost and other attributes such as technological, social, and policy constraints. The Energy Systems Analysis team has developed a multi-criteria framework that will allow comparison of energy options with a set of metrics that can be used across all technologies. This report discusses several evaluation techniques and introduces the set of criteria developed for this LDRD.
Long, C.L.
1991-02-01
Multivariate calibration techniques can reduce the time required for routine testing and can provide new methods of analysis. Multivariate calibration is commonly used with near infrared reflectance analysis (NIRA) and Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy. Two feasibility studies were performed to determine the capability of NIRA, using multivariate calibration techniques, to perform analyses on the types of samples that are routinely analyzed at this laboratory. The first study performed included a variety of samples and indicated that NIRA would be well-suited to perform analyses on selected materials properties such as water content and hydroxyl number on polyol samples, epoxy content on epoxy resins, water content of desiccants, and the amine values of various amine cure agents. A second study was performed to assess the capability of NIRA to perform quantitative analysis of hydroxyl numbers and water contents of hydroxyl-containing materials. Hydroxyl number and water content were selected for determination because these tests are frequently run on polyol materials and the hydroxyl number determination is time consuming. This study pointed out the necessity of obtaining calibration standards identical to the samples being analyzed for each type of polyol or other material being analyzed. Multivariate calibration techniques are frequently used with FTIR data to determine the composition of a large variety of complex mixtures. A literature search indicated many applications of multivariate calibration to FTIR data. Areas identified where quantitation by FTIR would provide a new capability are quantitation of components in epoxy and silicone resins, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in oils, and additives to polymers. 19 refs., 15 figs., 6 tabs.
ECI 212A: Finite Element Procedures in Applied Mechanics
Schladow, S. Geoffrey
), "The Finite Element Method: Linear Static and Dynamic Finite Element Analysis," Prentice), "Concepts and Appli- cations of Finite Element Analysis," 4th Ed., John Wiley and Sons, NY. 5. M. S, Philadelphia, PA. 6. G. Strang and G. J. Fix (1973), "An Analysis of the Finite Element Method," Prentice
Hybrid Technique in SCALE for Fission Source Convergence Applied to Used Nuclear Fuel Analysis
Ibrahim, Ahmad M; Peplow, Douglas E.; Bekar, Kursat B; Celik, Cihangir; Scaglione, John M; Ilas, Dan; Wagner, John C
2013-01-01
The new hybrid SOURCE ConveRgence accelERator (SOURCERER) sequence in SCALE deterministically computes a fission distribution and uses it as the starting source in a Monte Carlo eigenvalue criticality calculation. In addition to taking the guesswork out of defining an appropriate, problem-dependent starting source, the more accurate starting source provided by the deterministic calculation decreases the probability of producing inaccurate tally estimates associated with undersampling problems caused by inadequate source convergence. Furthermore, SOURCERER can increase the efficiency of the overall simulation by decreasing the number of cycles that has to be skipped before the keff accumulation. SOURCERER was applied to a representative example for a used nuclear fuel cask utilized at the Maine Yankee storage site {Scaglione and Ilas}. Because of the time constraints of the Used Fuel Research, Development, and Demonstration project, it was found that using more than 30,000 neutrons per cycle will lead to inaccurate Monte Carlo calculation of keff due to the inevitable decrease in the number of skipped and active cycles used with this problem. For a fixed uncertainty objective and by using 30,000 neutron per cycle, the use of SOURCERER increased the efficiency of the keff calculation by 60%compared to a Monte Carlo calculation that used a starting source distributed uniformly in fissionable regions, even with the inclusion of the extra computational time required by the deterministic calculation. Additionally, the use of SOURCERER increased the reliability of keff calculation using any number of skipped cycles below 350.
Energy analysis of facade-integrated photovoltaic systems applied to UAE commercial buildings
Radhi, Hassan
2010-12-15
Developments in the design and manufacture of photovoltaic cells have recently been a growing concern in the UAE. At present, the embodied energy pay-back time (EPBT) is the criterion used for comparing the viability of such technology against other forms. However, the impact of PV technology on the thermal performance of buildings is not considered at the time of EPBT estimation. If additional energy savings gained over the PV system life are also included, the total EPBT could be shorter. This paper explores the variation of the total energy of building integrated photovoltaic systems (BiPV) as a wall cladding system applied to the UAE commercial sector and shows that the ratio between PV output and saving in energy due to PV panels is within the range of 1:3-1:4. The result indicates that for the southern and western facades in the UAE, the embodied energy pay-back time for photovoltaic system is within the range of 12-13 years. When reductions in operational energy are considered, the pay-back time is reduced to 3.0-3.2 years. This study comes to the conclusion that the reduction in operational energy due to PV panels represents an important factor in the estimation of EPBT. (author)
Nonlinear viscoelastic characterization of thin films using dynamic mechanical analysis
Payne, Debbie Flowers
1993-01-01
to the modified superposition principle (MSP) and to the Bernstein-Kearsley-Zapas (BKZ) theory. For this comparison, creep and relaxation data were used for all computations. The MSP theory focuses on the separation of creep behavior into time dependent... viscoelastic behavior, and decreases as the applied load increases (12). For the BKZ method, a constitutive method originally developed for an elastic fluid is applied to solids. Smart and Williams show that the MSP method is the simplest to implement...
Hiroyuki Kamano
2011-08-23
We present an alternative interpretation for the dynamical origin of the P11 nucleon resonances, which results from the dynamical coupled-channels analysis at Excited Baryon Analysis Center of Jefferson Lab. The results indicate the crucial role of the multichannel reaction dynamics in determining the N^* spectrum.
Escape Analysis in the Context of Dynamic Compilation and Deoptimization
Mössenböck, Hanspeter
to cope with dynamic class loading and deoptimization. It was implemented for Sun Microsystems' Java Hot, Languages, Performance This work was supported by Sun Microsystems, Inc. c ACM, 2005. This is the author on the heap and deallo- cated by the garbage collector, which is invoked once in a while to examine the heap
STABILITY ANALYSIS OF INTERCONNECTED POWER SYSTEMS COUPLED WITH MARKET DYNAMICS
and Computer Engineering 2Department of Electrical Engineering University of Wisconsin-Madison Federal through numeric tests using various mar- ket update models, with detailed generator. The work by Mota and Alvarado [4] gives the basic modeling for full, two-way dynamic coupling between
Hull/mooring/riser coupled dynamic analysis of a floating platform in time domain
Zheng, Weizhong
2000-01-01
Nonlinear coupled dynamic analysis of a moored truss spar in waves with collinear winds and currents is numerically carried out in the time domain and the results are compared with those from 1:61 scale experiments and a quasi-static analysis...
KINEMATIC AND DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF A SPATIAL ONE-DOF FOLDABLE TENSEGRITY MECHANISM
Hayes, John
KINEMATIC AND DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF A SPATIAL ONE-DOF FOLDABLE TENSEGRITY MECHANISM M. A. Swartz1 , M analysis of a spatial 1-DOF tensegrity mechanism created by connecting three planar tensegrity mechanisms: tensegrity; foldable mechanisms; deployable mechanisms; kinematic model; dy- namic model. ANALYSE M ´ECANIQUE
2007-01-0258 Dynamic Load and Stress Analysis of a Crankshaft
Fatemi, Ali
with a complex geometry in the engine, which converts the reciprocating displacement of the piston to a rotary simulation was conducted on a crankshaft from a single cylinder four stroke engine. Finite element analysis were taken from the engine specification chart. The dynamic analysis was done analytically
Review of Methods of Power-Spectrum Analysis as Applied to Super-Kamiokande Solar Neutrino Data
P. A. Sturrock
2004-08-02
To help understand why different published analyses of the Super-Kamiokande solar neutrino data arrive at different conclusions, we have applied six different methods to a standardized problem. The key difference between the various methods rests in the amount of information that each processes. A Lomb-Scargle analysis that uses the mid times of the time bins and ignores experimental error estimates uses the least information. A likelihood analysis that uses the start times, end times, and mean live times, and takes account of the experimental error estimates, makes the greatest use of the available information. We carry out power-spectrum analyses of the Super-Kamiokande 5-day solar neutrino data, using each method in turn, for a standard search band (0 to 50 yr-1). For each method, we also carry out a fixed number (10,000) of Monte-Carlo simulations for the purpose of estimating the significance of the leading peak in each power spectrum. We find that, with one exception, the results of these calculations are compatible with those of previously published analyses. (We are unable to replicate Koshio's recent results.) We find that the significance of the peaks at 9.43 yr-1 and at 43.72 yr-1 increases progressively as one incorporates more information into the analysis procedure.
Tronci, Enrico
, Italy 1 ADVANCED TECHNIQUES FOR SAFETY ANALYSIS APPLIED TO THE GAS TURBINE CONTROL SYSTEM OF ICARO CO of complex computer based systems. Such approaches are applied to the gas turbine control system of ICARO co of the centre of ENEA CR Casaccia. The plant is based on a small gas turbine and has been specifically designed
discussion; rather we are concerned here with electrical or magnetic recordings of rapid neuronal dynamics-response properties of a frog's leg at a behavioral level, Sherrington was able to deduce basic principles of neuronal the existence of endogenous generators of behavior or central pattern gen- erators(Gallistel, 1980). Skinner
Lurking Pathway Prediction And Pathway ODE Model Dynamic Analysis
Zhang, Rengjing
2013-11-18
Signaling pathway analysis is so important to study the causes of diseases and the treatment of drugs. Finding the lurking pathway from ligand to signature is a significant issue in studying the mechanism of how the cell response...
Dynamic Systems Analysis Report for Nuclear Fuel Recycle
Brent Dixon; Sonny Kim; David Shropshire; Steven Piet; Gretchen Matthern; Bill Halsey
2008-12-01
This report examines the time-dependent dynamics of transitioning from the current United States (U.S.) nuclear fuel cycle where used nuclear fuel is disposed in a repository to a closed fuel cycle where the used fuel is recycled and only fission products and waste are disposed. The report is intended to help inform policy developers, decision makers, and program managers of system-level options and constraints as they guide the formulation and implementation of advanced fuel cycle development and demonstration efforts and move toward deployment of nuclear fuel recycling infrastructure.
Parametric study and dynamic analysis of compliant piled towers
Moog, Karl Heinz
1990-01-01
the Tower. . . . . . . . . . Vl. g Shear Force and Overturning Moment 65 GG 69 75 79 83 84 90 VII CONC'LUSIONS . F(EFERENC'ES . l 02 APPENDIX A 5IODE SHAPES 104 P a. ge APPENDIX A MODE SHAPES 104 APPENDIX B DYNAMIC RESPONSE FOR A SINGLE WAVE..., 3q, " Kgss = Gl, 5 CW, Kgss? 10 4C'W, l, p, " lr ? CIV, I, qr" ls 30 60 6C'W; 33i" Kgss = + 5l, 5 ? CW, It g 5 s 10 ? CW; pr" l, 10 10 4CW;I, 30 10 (15) (16) (17) (18) (19) (20) (21) (22) (23) (24) In order to represent...
Dynamical Analysis of Scalar Field Cosmologies with Spatial Curvature
Mateja Gosenca; Peter Coles
2015-02-13
We explore the dynamical behaviour of cosmological models involving a scalar field (with an exponential potential and a canonical kinetic term) and a matter fluid with spatial curvature included in the equations of motion. Using appropriately defined parameters to describe the evolution of the scalar field energy in this situation, we find that there are two extra fixed points that are not present in the case without curvature. We also analyse the evolution of the effective equation-of-state parameter for different initial values of the curvature.
Characteristics of identifying linear dynamic models from impulse response data using Prony analysis
Trudnowski, D.J.
1992-12-01
The purpose of the study was to investigate the characteristics of fitting linear dynamic models to the impulse response of oscillatory dynamic systems using Prony analysis. Many dynamic systems exhibit oscillatory responses with multiple modes of oscillations. Although the underlying dynamics of such systems are often nonlinear, it is frequently possible and very useful to represent the system operating about some set point with a linear model. Derivation of such linear models can be done using two basic approaches: model the system using theoretical derivations and some linearization method such as a Taylor series expansion; or use a curve-fitting technique to optimally fit a linear model to specified system response data. Prony analysis belongs to the second class of system modeling because it is a method of fitting a linear model to the impulse response of a dynamic system. Its parallel formulation inherently makes it well suited for fitting models to oscillatory system data. Such oscillatory dynamic effects occur in large synchronous-generator-based power systems in the form of electromechanical oscillations. To study and characterize these oscillatory dynamics, BPA has developed computer codes to analyze system data using Prony analysis. The objective of this study was to develop a highly detailed understanding of the properties of using Prony analysis to fit models to systems with characteristics often encountered in power systems. This understanding was then extended to develop general rules-of-thumb'' for using Prony analysis. The general characteristics were investigated by performing fits to data from known linear models under controlled conditions. The conditions studied include various mathematical solution techniques; different parent system configurations; and a large variety of underlying noise characteristics.
Characteristics of identifying linear dynamic models from impulse response data using Prony analysis
Trudnowski, D.J.
1992-12-01
The purpose of the study was to investigate the characteristics of fitting linear dynamic models to the impulse response of oscillatory dynamic systems using Prony analysis. Many dynamic systems exhibit oscillatory responses with multiple modes of oscillations. Although the underlying dynamics of such systems are often nonlinear, it is frequently possible and very useful to represent the system operating about some set point with a linear model. Derivation of such linear models can be done using two basic approaches: model the system using theoretical derivations and some linearization method such as a Taylor series expansion; or use a curve-fitting technique to optimally fit a linear model to specified system response data. Prony analysis belongs to the second class of system modeling because it is a method of fitting a linear model to the impulse response of a dynamic system. Its parallel formulation inherently makes it well suited for fitting models to oscillatory system data. Such oscillatory dynamic effects occur in large synchronous-generator-based power systems in the form of electromechanical oscillations. To study and characterize these oscillatory dynamics, BPA has developed computer codes to analyze system data using Prony analysis. The objective of this study was to develop a highly detailed understanding of the properties of using Prony analysis to fit models to systems with characteristics often encountered in power systems. This understanding was then extended to develop general ``rules-of-thumb`` for using Prony analysis. The general characteristics were investigated by performing fits to data from known linear models under controlled conditions. The conditions studied include various mathematical solution techniques; different parent system configurations; and a large variety of underlying noise characteristics.
Analysis of forward and inverse problems in chemical dynamics and spectroscopy
Rabitz, H. [Princeton Univ., NJ (United States)
1993-12-01
The overall scope of this research concerns the development and application of forward and inverse analysis tools for problems in chemical dynamics and chemical kinetics. The chemical dynamics work is specifically associated with relating features in potential surfaces and resultant dynamical behavior. The analogous inverse research aims to provide stable algorithms for extracting potential surfaces from laboratory data. In the case of chemical kinetics, the focus is on the development of systematic means to reduce the complexity of chemical kinetic models. Recent progress in these directions is summarized below.
Applications of recurrence quantified analysis to study the dynamics of chaotic chemical reaction
H. Castellini; L. Romanelli
2002-11-28
Recurrence plot is a quite easy tool to be used in time series analysis,in particular for measuring unstable periodic orbits embedded in a chaotic dynamical system. Recurrence quantified analysis (RQA) is an advance tool that allows the study of intrinsic complexity of dynamical system with a set of few parameters. We use RQA for measuring chaotic transitions of NADH chemical reaction and determine numerically its characteristic parameters such as: Correlation integral, information entropy, Maximal Lyapunov's exponent, etc. For this work we have developed command sets with performance better than TISEAN package
Oldenburg, C.M.; Jordan, P.D.; Nicot, J.-P.; Mazzoldi, A.; Gupta, A.K.; Bryant, S.L.
2010-08-01
The Certification Framework (CF) is a simple risk assessment approach for evaluating CO{sub 2} and brine leakage risk at geologic carbon sequestration (GCS) sites. In the In Salah CO{sub 2} storage project assessed here, five wells at Krechba produce natural gas from the Carboniferous C10.2 reservoir with 1.7-2% CO{sub 2} that is delivered to the Krechba gas processing plant, which also receives high-CO{sub 2} natural gas ({approx}10% by mole fraction) from additional deeper gas reservoirs and fields to the south. The gas processing plant strips CO{sub 2} from the natural gas that is then injected through three long horizontal wells into the water leg of the Carboniferous gas reservoir at a depth of approximately 1,800 m. This injection process has been going on successfully since 2004. The stored CO{sub 2} has been monitored over the last five years by a Joint Industry Project (JIP) - a collaboration of BP, Sonatrach, and Statoil with co-funding from US DOE and EU DG Research. Over the years the JIP has carried out extensive analyses of the Krechba system including two risk assessment efforts, one before injection started, and one carried out by URS Corporation in September 2008. The long history of injection at Krechba, and the accompanying characterization, modeling, and performance data provide a unique opportunity to test and evaluate risk assessment approaches. We apply the CF to the In Salah CO{sub 2} storage project at two different stages in the state of knowledge of the project: (1) at the pre-injection stage, using data available just prior to injection around mid-2004; and (2) after four years of injection (September 2008) to be comparable to the other risk assessments. The main risk drivers for the project are CO{sub 2} leakage into potable groundwater and into the natural gas cap. Both well leakage and fault/fracture leakage are likely under some conditions, but overall the risk is low due to ongoing mitigation and monitoring activities. Results of the application of the CF during these different state-of-knowledge periods show that the assessment of likelihood of various leakage scenarios increased as more information became available, while assessment of impact stayed the same. Ongoing mitigation, modeling, and monitoring of the injection process is recommended.
Photoionization analysis of chemo-dynamical dwarf galaxies simulations
Melekh, B; Hensler, G; Buhajenko, O
2015-01-01
Photoionization modelling allows to follow the transport, the emergence, and the absorption of photons taking into account all important processes in nebular plasmas. Such modelling needs the spatial distribution of density, chemical abundances and temperature, that can be provided by chemo-dynamical simulations (ChDS) of dwarf galaxies. We perform multicomponent photoionization modelling (MPhM) of the ionized gas using 2-D ChDSs of dwarf galaxies. We calculate emissivity maps for important nebular emission lines. Their intensities are used to derive the chemical abundance of oxygen by the so-called Te- and R23-methods. Some disagreements are found between oxygen abundances calculated with these methods and the ones coming from the ChDSs. We investigate the fraction of ionizing radiation emitted in the star-forming region which is able to leak out the galaxy. The time- and direction-averaged escape fraction in our simulation is 0.35-0.4. Finally, we have calculated the total Halpha lumi- nosity of our model g...
Diana K. Grauer; Michael E. Reed
2011-11-01
This paper presents an investigation into integrated wind + combustion engine high penetration electrical generation systems. Renewable generation systems are now a reality of electrical transmission. Unfortunately, many of these renewable energy supplies are stochastic and highly dynamic. Conversely, the existing national grid has been designed for steady state operation. The research team has developed an algorithm to investigate the feasibility and relative capability of a reciprocating internal combustion engine to directly integrate with wind generation in a tightly coupled Hybrid Energy System. Utilizing the Idaho National Laboratory developed Phoenix Model Integration Platform, the research team has coupled demand data with wind turbine generation data and the Aspen Custom Modeler reciprocating engine electrical generator model to investigate the capability of reciprocating engine electrical generation to balance stochastic renewable energy.
Automated Migration of Build Scripts using Dynamic Analysis and Search-Based Refactoring
Rajamani, Sriram K.
Automated Migration of Build Scripts using Dynamic Analysis and Search-Based Refactoring Milos, there is insufficient support for automated migration of build scripts, making the migration more problematic. We@illinois.edu, {schulte, chandrap, dannyvv, iman.narasamdya, livshits}@microsoft.com Abstract The efficiency of a build
A Dynamical Systems Analysis of the Data Assimilation Linked Ecosystem Carbon (DALEC) Models
Skeldon, Anne C.
A Dynamical Systems Analysis of the Data Assimilation Linked Ecosystem Carbon (DALEC) Models Anna M make it ever more important to understand the processes involved in Earth systems, such as the carbon with it the ability to perform ever- more detailed studies of the Earth system and its components. Such studies help
Shen, Jinglai
DYNAMIC SECURITY ANALYSIS OF ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS: PASSIVITY-BASED APPROACH AND POSITIVE power system to supply electricity. By nature, a power system is continually experiencing disturbances through the electric power grid is modeled by a set of nonlinear differential/algebraic equations. These n
A low-dimensional dynamic model of severe slugging for control design and analysis
Skogestad, Sigurd
. The prerequisites for this to occur are relatively low pipeline pressure and flow rates. Gravity induced slugs the topside (or wellhead) choke valve. However, the increased pressure drop will lower oil recoveryA low-dimensional dynamic model of severe slugging for control design and analysis Espen Storkaas
Self-consistent analysis of the hot spot dynamics for inertial confinement fusion capsules
Garnier, Josselin
Self-consistent analysis of the hot spot dynamics for inertial confinement fusion capsules J. Sanz Hydrodynamic stability of inertial confinement fusion ICF capsules during the deceleration stage has been re October 2005; published online 11 November 2005 In the context of the French Laser-Mégajoule fusion
Multiscale Complexity Analysis of Heart Rate Dynamics in Heart Failure: Preliminary Findings from Cardiology Unit, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 14642, USA 4 Institut Catal`a Ci`encies Cardiovasculars, Barcelona, Spain 5 Department of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering, California State
A cracked beam finite element for rotating shaft dynamics and stability analysis
Paris-Sud XI, Université de
A cracked beam finite element for rotating shaft dynamics and stability analysis Saber El Arem Palaiseau, France Abstract In this paper, a method for the construction of a cracked beam finite element is presented. The additional flexibility due to the cracks is identified from three- dimensional finite element
Detection of Tumors in Dynamic Magnetic Resonance Images using Principal Component Analysis
Detection of Tumors in Dynamic Magnetic Resonance Images using Principal Component Analysis David Alberg Holm (1-2), Thomas BĂ¸vith (2), Cecilia Cappellin (3) (1) Danish Research Centre for Magnetic different tissue classes. For this purpose, two methods were developed and combined. Data Eight mice bearing
Dynamic Hybrid Clustering of Bioinformatics by Incorporating Text Mining and Citation Analysis
Dynamic Hybrid Clustering of Bioinformatics by Incorporating Text Mining and Citation Analysis-3001 Leuven (Belgium) frizo.janssens@esat.kuleuven.be Wolfgang Glänzel Steunpunt O&O Indicatoren Katholieke Universiteit Leuven Dekenstraat 2 B-3000 Leuven (Belgium) wolfgang.glanzel@econ.kuleuven.be Bart
Short-term earthquake prediction by reverse analysis of lithosphere dynamics
Gabrielov, Andrei
Short-term earthquake prediction by reverse analysis of lithosphere dynamics P. Shebalin a,d , V for Earthquake Prediction Theory and Mathematical Geophysics, Russian Ac. Sci., Warshavskoe sh., 79, korp. 2 13 December 2005 Abstract Short-term earthquake prediction, months in advance, is an elusive goal
AIR INGRESS ANALYSIS: PART 2 – COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMIC MODELS
Chang H. Oh; Eung S. Kim; Richard Schultz; Hans Gougar; David Petti; Hyung S. Kang
2011-01-01
The Idaho National Laboratory (INL), under the auspices of the U.S. Department of Energy, is performing research and development that focuses on key phenomena important during potential scenarios that may occur in very high temperature reactors (VHTRs). Phenomena Identification and Ranking Studies to date have ranked an air ingress event, following on the heels of a VHTR depressurization, as important with regard to core safety. Consequently, the development of advanced air ingress-related models and verification and validation data are a very high priority. Following a loss of coolant and system depressurization incident, air will enter the core of the High Temperature Gas Cooled Reactor through the break, possibly causing oxidation of the in-the core and reflector graphite structure. Simple core and plant models indicate that, under certain circumstances, the oxidation may proceed at an elevated rate with additional heat generated from the oxidation reaction itself. Under postulated conditions of fluid flow and temperature, excessive degradation of the lower plenum graphite can lead to a loss of structural support. Excessive oxidation of core graphite can also lead to the release of fission products into the confinement, which could be detrimental to a reactor safety. Computational fluid dynamic model developed in this study will improve our understanding of this phenomenon. This paper presents two-dimensional and three-dimensional CFD results for the quantitative assessment of the air ingress phenomena. A portion of results of the density-driven stratified flow in the inlet pipe will be compared with results of the experimental results.
Dombroski, M; Melius, C; Edmunds, T; Banks, L E; Bates, T; Wheeler, R
2008-09-24
This study uses the Multi-scale Epidemiologic Simulation and Analysis (MESA) system developed for foreign animal diseases to assess consequences of nationwide human infectious disease outbreaks. A literature review identified the state of the art in both small-scale regional models and large-scale nationwide models and characterized key aspects of a nationwide epidemiological model. The MESA system offers computational advantages over existing epidemiological models and enables a broader array of stochastic analyses of model runs to be conducted because of those computational advantages. However, it has only been demonstrated on foreign animal diseases. This paper applied the MESA modeling methodology to human epidemiology. The methodology divided 2000 US Census data at the census tract level into school-bound children, work-bound workers, elderly, and stay at home individuals. The model simulated mixing among these groups by incorporating schools, workplaces, households, and long-distance travel via airports. A baseline scenario with fixed input parameters was run for a nationwide influenza outbreak using relatively simple social distancing countermeasures. Analysis from the baseline scenario showed one of three possible results: (1) the outbreak burned itself out before it had a chance to spread regionally, (2) the outbreak spread regionally and lasted a relatively long time, although constrained geography enabled it to eventually be contained without affecting a disproportionately large number of people, or (3) the outbreak spread through air travel and lasted a long time with unconstrained geography, becoming a nationwide pandemic. These results are consistent with empirical influenza outbreak data. The results showed that simply scaling up a regional small-scale model is unlikely to account for all the complex variables and their interactions involved in a nationwide outbreak. There are several limitations of the methodology that should be explored in future work including validating the model against reliable historical disease data, improving contact rates, spread methods, and disease parameters through discussions with epidemiological experts, and incorporating realistic behavioral assumptions.
Dynamic multiplexed analysis method using ion mobility spectrometer
Belov, Mikhail E [Richland, WA
2010-05-18
A method for multiplexed analysis using ion mobility spectrometer in which the effectiveness and efficiency of the multiplexed method is optimized by automatically adjusting rates of passage of analyte materials through an IMS drift tube during operation of the system. This automatic adjustment is performed by the IMS instrument itself after determining the appropriate levels of adjustment according to the method of the present invention. In one example, the adjustment of the rates of passage for these materials is determined by quantifying the total number of analyte molecules delivered to the ion trap in a preselected period of time, comparing this number to the charge capacity of the ion trap, selecting a gate opening sequence; and implementing the selected gate opening sequence to obtain a preselected rate of analytes within said IMS drift tube.
SU-E-J-261: Statistical Analysis and Chaotic Dynamics of Respiratory Signal of Patients in BodyFix
Michalski, D; Huq, M; Bednarz, G; Lalonde, R; Yang, Y; Heron, D [University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pittsburgh, PA (United States)
2014-06-01
Purpose: To quantify respiratory signal of patients in BodyFix undergoing 4DCT scan with and without immobilization cover. Methods: 20 pairs of respiratory tracks recorded with RPM system during 4DCT scan were analyzed. Descriptive statistic was applied to selected parameters of exhale-inhale decomposition. Standardized signals were used with the delay method to build orbits in embedded space. Nonlinear behavior was tested with surrogate data. Sample entropy SE, Lempel-Ziv complexity LZC and the largest Lyapunov exponents LLE were compared. Results: Statistical tests show difference between scans for inspiration time and its variability, which is bigger for scans without cover. The same is for variability of the end of exhalation and inhalation. Other parameters fail to show the difference. For both scans respiratory signals show determinism and nonlinear stationarity. Statistical test on surrogate data reveals their nonlinearity. LLEs show signals chaotic nature and its correlation with breathing period and its embedding delay time. SE, LZC and LLE measure respiratory signal complexity. Nonlinear characteristics do not differ between scans. Conclusion: Contrary to expectation cover applied to patients in BodyFix appears to have limited effect on signal parameters. Analysis based on trajectories of delay vectors shows respiratory system nonlinear character and its sensitive dependence on initial conditions. Reproducibility of respiratory signal can be evaluated with measures of signal complexity and its predictability window. Longer respiratory period is conducive for signal reproducibility as shown by these gauges. Statistical independence of the exhale and inhale times is also supported by the magnitude of LLE. The nonlinear parameters seem more appropriate to gauge respiratory signal complexity since its deterministic chaotic nature. It contrasts with measures based on harmonic analysis that are blind for nonlinear features. Dynamics of breathing, so crucial for 4D-based clinical technologies, can be better controlled if nonlinear-based methodology, which reflects respiration characteristic, is applied. Funding provided by Varian Medical Systems via Investigator Initiated Research Project.
Sensitivity Analysis of Dynamic Stability Indicators in Power Systems
Nguyen, Tony B.; Pai, M. A.
2006-01-01
Real time stability evaluation and preventive scheduling in power systems offers many challenges in a stressed power system. Through fast simulation of contingencies in real time it is possible to extract suitable information from the data and develop reliable metrics or indices to evaluate proximity of the system to an unstable condition. In this chapter we review the recent applications of the trajectory sensitivity analysis (TSA) technique in developing such indicators. Trajectory sensitivities can be used to compute critical parameters such as clearing time of circuit breakers, tie line flow, etc. in a power system by developing suitable norms for ease of interpretation. Alternatively it can be used along with the notion of Principal Singular Surfaces (PSS) to detect mode of instability (MOI). The TSA technique has the advantage that model complexity is not a limitation and the sensitivities are computed numerically. Suitable metrics are developed from these sensitivities. In addition to computing critical parameters, the TSA technique can be extended to do preventive rescheduling. A brief discussion of other applications of TSA is included as well as future areas of research.
4 GLOBAL DYNAMICS Applied Dynamical Systems
Burton, Geoffrey R.
, and the rate of convergence is exponential. The linear spaces are spanned by the rele- vant eigenvectors
Spencer, J.W.
1982-01-22
The reliable operation of the centrifugal compressors utilized in the gaseous diffusion process is of great importance due to the critical function of these machines in product and tails withdrawal, cascade purge and evacuation processes, the purge cascade and product booster applications. The same compressors will be used in equally important applications within the Gas Centrifuge Enrichment Plant (GCEP). In response to concern over the excessive vibration exhibited by the AC-12 compressor in the No. 3 position of the GCEP Tails Withdrawal Test Facility, a rotor-bearing dynamic analysis was performed on the compressor. This analysis included the acquisition and reduction of compressor vibration data, characterization and modeling of the rotorbearing system, a computer dynamic study, and recommendations for machine modification. The compressor dynamic analysis was performed for rotor speeds of 9000 rpm and 7200 to 7800 rpm, which includes all possible opreating speeds of the compressor in the GCEP Test Facility. While the analysis was performed on this particular AC-12 compressor, the results should be pertinent to other AC-12 applications as well. Similar diagnostic and analytical techniques can be used to evaluate operation of other types of centrifugal compressors.
Experimental nonlinear dynamical studies in cesium magneto-optical trap using time-series analysis
Anwar, M. Islam, R.; Faisal, M.; Sikandar, M.; Ahmed, M.
2015-03-30
A magneto-optical trap of neutral atoms is essentially a dissipative quantum system. The fast thermal atoms continuously dissipate their energy to the environment via spontaneous emissions during the cooling. The atoms are, therefore, strongly coupled with the vacuum reservoir and the laser field. The vacuum fluctuations as well as the field fluctuations are imparted to the atoms as random photon recoils. Consequently, the external and internal dynamics of atoms becomes stochastic. In this paper, we have investigated the stochastic dynamics of the atoms in a magneto-optical trap during the loading process. The time series analysis of the fluorescence signal shows that the dynamics of the atoms evolves, like all dissipative systems, from deterministic to the chaotic regime. The subsequent disappearance and revival of chaos was attributed to chaos synchronization between spatially different atoms in the magneto-optical trap.
Dynamical system analysis for DBI dark energy interacting with dark matter
Nilanjana Mahata; Subenoy Chakraborty
2015-01-19
A dynamical system analysis related to Dirac Born Infeld (DBI) cosmological model has been investigated in this present work. For spatially flat FRW space time, the Einstein field equation for DBI scenario has been used to study the dynamics of DBI dark energy interacting with dark matter. The DBI dark energy model is considered as a scalar field with a nonstandard kinetic energy term. An interaction between the DBI dark energy and dark matter is considered through a phenomenological interaction between DBI scalar field and the dark matter fluid. The field equations are reduced to an autonomous dynamical system by a suitable redefinition of the basic variables. The potential of the DBI scalar field is assumed to be exponential. Finally, critical points are determined, their nature have been analyzed and corresponding cosmological scenario has been discussed.
Kon, Mark
proceedings which have wavelet theory as their theme; it includes both theoretical and applied topics in wavelet analysis. The advantage of wavelets over standard Fourier techniques is their ability to localize of standard wavelet constructions to include bases whose successive scales are not mutually orthogonal
Gregor Tanner
2008-03-12
We propose a new approach towards determining the distribution of mechanical and acoustic wave energy in complex built-up structures. The technique interpolates between standard Statistical Energy Analysis (SEA) and full ray tracing containing both these methods as limiting case. By writing the flow of ray trajectories in terms of linear phase space operators, it is suggested here to reformulate ray-tracing algorithms in terms of boundary operators containing only short ray segments. SEA can now be identified as a low resolution ray tracing algorithm and typical SEA assumptions can be quantified in terms of the properties of the ray dynamics. The new technique presented here enhances the range of applicability of standard SEA considerably by systematically incorporating dynamical correlations wherever necessary. Some of the inefficiencies inherent in typical ray tracing methods can be avoided using only a limited amount of the geometrical ray information. The new dynamical theory - Dynamical Energy Analysis (DEA) - thus provides a universal approach towards determining wave energy distributions in complex structures.
The dynamic of information-driven coordination phenomena: a transfer entropy analysis
Borge-Holthoefer, Javier; Gonçalves, Bruno; González-Bailón, Sandra; Arenas, Alex; Moreno, Yamir; Vespignani, Alessandro
2015-01-01
Data from social media are providing unprecedented opportunities to investigate the processes that rule the dynamics of collective social phenomena. Here, we consider an information theoretical approach to define and measure the temporal and structural signatures typical of collective social events as they arise and gain prominence. We use the symbolic transfer entropy analysis of micro-blogging time series to extract directed networks of influence among geolocalized sub-units in social systems. This methodology captures the emergence of system-level dynamics close to the onset of socially relevant collective phenomena. The framework is validated against a detailed empirical analysis of five case studies. In particular, we identify a change in the characteristic time-scale of the information transfer that flags the onset of information-driven collective phenomena. Furthermore, our approach identifies an order-disorder transition in the directed network of influence between social sub-units. In the absence of ...
Dynamical Analysis of Charged Anisotropic Spherical Star in f(R) Gravity
H. Rizwana Kausar; Ifra Noureen; M. Umair Shahzad
2015-10-11
We consider a modified gravity theory, $f(R)=R+\\alpha R^n-\\frac{\\mu^4}{R^m}$, in the metric formulation and analyze the contribution of electromagnetic field on the range of dynamical instability of a star filled with anisotropic matter. The collapse equation is developed by applying conservation on anisotropic matter, Maxwell source and dark source terms arising due to $f(R)$ gravity. Specific perturbation scheme is implemented and it is observed that the inclusion of Maxwell source slows down the collapse and makes system more stable in Newtonian regime. Also, we make comparison of our results with the existing literature.
Mathematical framework for the analysis of dynamic stochastic systems with the RAVEN code
Rabiti, C.; Mandelli, D.; Alfonsi, A.; Cogliati, J.; Kinoshita, R.
2013-07-01
RAVEN (Reactor Analysis and Virtual control Environment) is a software code under development at Idaho National Laboratory aimed at performing probabilistic risk assessment and uncertainty quantification using RELAP-7, for which it acts also as a simulation controller. In this paper we will present the equations characterizing a dynamic stochastic system and we will then discuss the behavior of each stochastic term and how it is accounted for in the RAVEN software design. Moreover we will present preliminary results of the implementation. (authors)
Prasannan, Sooraj
2010-01-01
This thesis proposes a framework for architectural analysis of a system at the Macro and Micro levels. The framework consists of two phases -- Formulation and Analysis. Formulation is made up of three steps -- Identifying ...
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2014-12-04
This paper explain the analysis of internal air flow velocity of a bladeless vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) Micro Aerial Vehicle (MAV) hemisphere body. In mechanical design, before produce a prototype model, several analyses should be done to ensure the product's effectiveness and efficiency. There are two types of analysis method can be done in mechanical design; mathematical modeling and computational fluid dynamic. In this analysis, I used computational fluid dynamic (CFD) by using SolidWorks Flow Simulation software. The idea came through to overcome the problem of ordinary quadrotor UAV which has larger size due to using four rotors and the propellers are exposed to environment. The bladeless MAV body is designed to protect all electronic parts, which means it can be used in rainy condition. It also has been made to increase the thrust produced by the ducted propeller compare to exposed propeller. From the analysis result, the air flow velocity at the ducted area increased to twice the inlet air. This means that the duct contribute to the increasing of air velocity.
Computational Fluid Dynamic Analysis of the VHTR Lower Plenum Standard Problem
Richard W. Johnson; Richard R. Schultz
2009-07-01
The United States Department of Energy is promoting the resurgence of nuclear power in the U. S. for both electrical power generation and production of process heat required for industrial processes such as the manufacture of hydrogen for use as a fuel in automobiles. The DOE project is called the next generation nuclear plant (NGNP) and is based on a Generation IV reactor concept called the very high temperature reactor (VHTR), which will use helium as the coolant at temperatures ranging from 450 şC to perhaps 1000 şC. While computational fluid dynamics (CFD) has not been used for past safety analysis for nuclear reactors in the U. S., it is being considered for safety analysis for existing and future reactors. It is fully recognized that CFD simulation codes will have to be validated for flow physics reasonably close to actual fluid dynamic conditions expected in normal and accident operational situations. To this end, experimental data have been obtained in a scaled model of a narrow slice of the lower plenum of a prismatic VHTR. The present report presents results of CFD examinations of these data to explore potential issues with the geometry, the initial conditions, the flow dynamics and the data needed to fully specify the inlet and boundary conditions; results for several turbulence models are examined. Issues are addressed and recommendations about the data are made.
Mitchell, Mike
is the application of knowledge to achieve goals . . . In selecting goals, [wildlife managers] compare and judgeanalysis has been applied in many contexts, including nuclear warfare planning (Dalkey and Helmer in wildlife management (Ralls and Starfield 1995, John- son et al. 1997, Regan et al. 2005, Lyons et al. 2008
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Users of the VEMAP Portal can access input files of numerical data that include monthly and daily files of geographic data, soil and site files, scenario files, etc. Model results from Phase I, the Equilibrium Response datasets, are available through the NCAR anonymous FTP site at http://www.cgd.ucar.edu/vemap/vresults.html. Phase II, Transient Dynamics, include climate datasets, models results, and analysis tools. Many supplemental files are also available from the main data page at http://www.cgd.ucar.edu/vemap/datasets.html.
CSUR4402-06 ACM-TRANSACTION February 8, 2012 20:36 A Survey on Automated Dynamic Malware-Analysis
Kruegel, Christopher
CSUR4402-06 ACM-TRANSACTION February 8, 2012 20:36 6 A Survey on Automated Dynamic Malware: Dynamic analysis, malware ACM Reference Format: Egele, M., Scholte, T., Kirda, E., and Kruegel, C. 2012. A survey on automated dynamic malware-analysis techniques and tools. ACM Comput. Surv. 44, 2, Article 6
Modelling and Dynamic Simulation for Process Control
Skogestad, Sigurd
principles for model development are outlined, and these principles are applied to a simple ash tank (which. In this paper we consider dynamic process models obtained using fundamental principles (eg. based reactor, a simple trend analysis using temperature measurements may be suĆcient. Dynamic models
Ammar, Hany H.
Architectural-Level Risk Analysis FOR UML Dynamic Specifications1 Alaa Ibrahim, Sherif M. Yacoub and Effect Analysis. Heuristic risk factor for each architectural component is obtained. A component Morgantown, WV26506-6109 Ibrahim@csee.wvu.edu, yacoub@csee.wvu.edu, hammar@wvu.edu ABSTRACT Risk assessment
Dynamics of stainless steel turning: Analysis by flicker-noise spectroscopy
Grzegorz Litak; Yuriy S. Polyakov; Serge F. Timashev; Rafal Rusinek
2013-07-31
We use flicker-noise spectroscopy (FNS), a phenomenological method for the analysis of time and spatial series operating on structure functions and power spectrum estimates, to identify and study harmful chatter vibrations in a regenerative turning process. The 3D cutting force components experimentally measured during stainless steel turning are analyzed, and the parameters of their stochastic dynamics are estimated. Our analysis shows that the system initially exhibiting regular vibrations associated with spindle rotation becomes unstable to high-frequency noisy oscillations (chatter) at larger cutting depths. We suggest that the chatter may be attributed to frictional stick-and-slip interactions between the contact surfaces of cutting tool and workpiece. We compare our findings with previously reported results obtained by statistical, recurrence, multifractal, and wavelet methods. We discuss the potential of FNS in monitoring the turning process in manufacturing practice.
Yang, L.; Yao, Y.; Ma, Z.
2006-01-01
-to-water double-stage coupled heat pump system, is presented in this paper based on analyzing the characteristics of the villa district heating. Prediction and analysis of the feasibility of the double-stage coupled heat pump system in cold areas were carried...
Unsteady adjoint analysis for output sensitivity and mesh adaptation
Krakos, Joshua Ambre
2012-01-01
Adjoint analysis in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) has been applied to design optimization and mesh adaptation, but due to the relative expense of unsteady analysis these applications have predominantly been for steady ...
Seok, Sangok
2014-01-01
This thesis presents highly parallelized control programming methodologies developed for multi-degrees of freedom (DoF) robots capable of highly dynamic movements. In robotic applications that require rapid physical ...
Vidal, René
examples of dynamic scenes are videos of non-rigid objects such as water, fire, flags fluttering in the air friendly Riemannian structure. However, as we will de- scribe in this paper, these approaches have some
Analysis of liquid natural gas as a truck fuel: a system dynamics approach
Bray, M.A.; Sebo, D.E.; Mason, T.L.; Mills, J.I.; Rice, R.E.
1996-10-01
The purpose of this analysis is to evaluate the potential for growth in use of liquid natural gas (LNG) fueled trucks. . A system dynamics model was constructed for the analysis and a variety of scenarios were investigated. The analysis considers the economics of LNG fuel in the context of the trucking industry to identify barriers to the increased use of LNG trucks and potential interventions or leverage points which may overcome these barriers. The study showed that today, LNG use in trucks is not yet economically viable. A large change in the savings from fuel cost or capital cost is needed for the technology to take off. Fleet owners have no way now to benefit from the environmental benefits of LNG fuel nor do they benefit from the clean burning nature of the fuel. Changes in the fuel cost differential between diesel and LNG are not a research issue. However, quantifying the improvements in reliability and wear from the use of clean fuel could support increased maintenance and warranty periods. Many people involved in the use of LNG for trucks believe that LNG has the potential to occupy a niche within the larger diesel truck business. But if LNG in trucks can become economic, the spread of fuel stations and technology improvements could lead to LNG trucks becoming the dominant technology. An assumption in our simulation work is that LNG trucks will be purchased when economically attractive. None of the simulation results show LNG becoming economic but then only to the level of a niche market.
Nonlinear dynamics analysis of a membrane Stirling engine: Starting and stable operation
Formosa, Fabien
2013-01-01
This paper presents the work devoted to the study of the operation of a miniaturized membrane Stirling engine. Indeed, such an engine relies on the dynamic coupling of the motion of two membranes to achieve a prime mover Stirling thermodynamic cycle. The modelling of the system introduces the large vibration amplitudes of the membrane as well as the nonlinear dissipative effects associated to the fluid flow within the engine. The nonlinearities are expressed as polynomial functions with quadratic and cubic terms. This paper displays the stability analysis to predict the starting of the engine and the instability problem which leads to the steady state behaviour. The centre manifold - normal form theory is used to obtain the simplest expression for the limit cycle amplitudes. The approach allows the reduction of the number of equations of the original system in order to obtain a simplified system, without loosing the dynamics of the original system as well as the contributions of non-linear terms. The model in...
Bossard, J.A.; Peck, R.E.; Schmidt, D.K.
1993-03-01
The development of an advanced dynamic model for aeroelastic hypersonic vehicles powered by air breathing engines requires an adequate engine model. This report provides a discussion of some of the more important features of supersonic combustion and their relevance to the analysis and design of supersonic ramjet engines. Of particular interest are those aspects of combustion that impact the control of the process. Furthermore, the report summarizes efforts to enhance the aeropropulsive/aeroelastic dynamic model developed at the Aerospace Research Center of Arizona State University by focusing on combustion and improved modeling of this flow. The expanded supersonic combustor model described here has the capability to model the effects of friction, area change, and mass addition, in addition to the heat addition process. A comparison is made of the results from four cases: (1) heat addition only; (2) heat addition plus friction; (3) heat addition, friction, and area reduction, and (4) heat addition, friction, area reduction, and mass addition. The relative impact of these effects on the Mach number, static temperature, and static pressure distributions within the combustor are then shown. Finally, the effects of frozen versus equilibrium flow conditions within the exhaust plume is discussed.
Wu, T
2008-04-30
Large fuel casks present challenges when evaluating their performance in the Hypothetical Accident Conditions (HAC) specified in the Code of Federal Regulations Title 10 part 71 (10CFR71). Testing is often limited by cost, difficulty in preparing test units and the limited availability of facilities which can carry out such tests. In the past, many casks were evaluated without testing by using simplified analytical methods. This paper presents a numerical technique for evaluating the dynamic responses of large fuel casks subjected to sequential HAC loading. A nonlinear dynamic analysis was performed for a Hanford Unirradiated Fuel Package (HUFP) [1] to evaluate the cumulative damage after the hypothetical accident Conditions of a 30-foot lateral drop followed by a 40-inch lateral puncture as specified in 10CFR71. The structural integrity of the containment vessel is justified based on the analytical results in comparison with the stress criteria, specified in the ASME Code, Section III, Appendix F [2], for Level D service loads. The analyzed cumulative damages caused by the sequential loading of a 30-foot lateral drop and a 40-inch lateral puncture are compared with the package test data. The analytical results are in good agreement with the test results.
Multi analysis of the effect of grain size on the dynamic behavior of microalloyed steels
Zurek, Anna K; Muszka, K; Majta, J; Wielgus, M
2009-01-01
This study presents some aspects of multiscale analysis and modeling of variously structured materials behavior in quasi-static and dynamic loading conditions. The investigation was performed for two different materials of common application: high strength microalloyed steel (HSLA, X65), and as a reference more ductile material, Ti-IF steel. The MaxStrain technique and one pass hot rolling processes were used to produce ultrafine-grained and coarse-grained materials. The efficiency and inhomogeneity of microstructure refinement were examined because of their important role in work hardening and the initiation and growth of fracture under tensile stresses. It is shown that the combination of microstructures characterized by their different features contributes to the dynamic behavior and final properties of the product. In particular, the role of solute segregation at grain boundaries as well as precipitation of carbonitrides in coarse and ultrafine-grained structures is assessed. The predicted mechanical response of ultrafine-grained structures, using modified KHL model is in reasonable agreement with the experiments. This is a result of proper representation of the role of dislocation structure and the grain boundary and their multiscale effects included in this model.
Cowell, Andrew J.; Haack, Jereme N.; McColgin, Dave W.
2006-06-08
This research is aimed at understanding the dynamics of collaborative multi-party discourse across multiple communication modalities. Before we can truly make sig-nificant strides in devising collaborative communication systems, there is a need to understand how typical users utilize com-putationally supported communications mechanisms such as email, instant mes-saging, video conferencing, chat rooms, etc., both singularly and in conjunction with traditional means of communication such as face-to-face meetings, telephone calls and postal mail. Attempting to un-derstand an individual’s communications profile with access to only a single modal-ity is challenging at best and often futile. Here, we discuss the development of RACE – Retrospective Analysis of Com-munications Events – a test-bed prototype to investigate issues relating to multi-modal multi-party discourse.
Validation of a plant dynamics code for 4S - Test analysis of natural circulation behavior
Sebe, F.; Horie, H.; Matsumiya, H.; Fanning, T. H.
2012-07-01
A plant transient dynamics code for a sodium-cooled fast reactor was developed by Toshiba. The code is used to evaluate the safety performance of Super-Safe, Small, and Simple reactor (4S) for Anticipated Operational Occurrences (AOOs), Design Basis Accident (DBA) and Beyond DBA (BDBA). The code is currently undergoing verification and validation (V and V). As one of the validation, test analysis of the Shutdown Heat Removal Test (SHRT)-17 performed in the Experimental Breeder Reactor (EBR)-II was conducted. The SHRT-17 is protected loss of flow test. The purpose of this validation is to confirm capability of the code to simulate natural circulation behavior of the plant. As a result, good agreements are shown between the analytical results and the measured data which were available from instrumented subassembly. The detailed validation result of the natural circulation behavior is described in this paper. (authors)
Zhang, Y. S. [Department of Scientific Research, Dalian Naval Academy, Dalian 116018 (China); Cai, F. [Department of Navigation, Dalian Naval Academy, Dalian 116018 (China); Xu, W. M. [Department of Hydrography and Cartography, Dalian Naval Academy, Dalian 116018 (China)
2011-09-28
The ship motion equation with a cosine wave excitement force describes the slip moments in regular waves. A new kind of wave excitement force model, with the form as sums of cosine functions was proposed to describe ship rolling in irregular waves. Ship rolling time series were obtained by solving the ship motion equation with the fourth-order-Runger-Kutta method. These rolling time series were synthetically analyzed with methods of phase-space track, power spectrum, primary component analysis, and the largest Lyapunove exponent. Simulation results show that ship rolling presents some chaotic characteristic when the wave excitement force was applied by sums of cosine functions. The result well explains the course of ship rolling's chaotic mechanism and is useful for ship hydrodynamic study.
Assessment of Models for Pedestrian Dynamics with Functional Principal Component Analysis
Chraibi, M; Gottschalk, H; Saadi, M; Seyfried, A
2015-01-01
Many agent based simulation approaches have been proposed for pedestrian flow. As such models are applied e.g.\\ in evacuation studies, the quality and reliability of such models is of vital interest. Pedestrian trajectories are functional data and thus functional principal component analysis is a natural tool to asses the quality of pedestrian flow models beyond average properties. In this article we conduct functional PCA for the trajectories of pedestrians passing through a bottleneck. We benchmark two agent based models of pedestrian flow against the experimental data using PCA average and stochastic features. Functional PCA proves to be an efficient tool to detect deviation between simulation and experiment and to asses quality of pedestrian models.
Kumar, M. Jagadesh
in power systems have been explored and compared Balanced truncation (BT) and Krylov subspace between the wind velocity/system frequency and the power output. These linear models, validated using DigABSTRACT This thesis applies model order reduction (MOR) techniques to large modern power systems
Gavrila, Dariu M.
Analysis of pedestrian dynamics from a vehicle perspective Julian F. P. Kooij,1,2, Nicolas track dataset of pedestrians, and illustrate how the switching dynamics can make more accurate path predictions than a mixture of linear dynamics for crossing pedestrians. I. INTRODUCTION Research
Masciola, M.; Jonkman, J.; Robertson, A.
2014-03-01
Techniques to model dynamic mooring lines come in various forms. The most widely used models include either a heuristic representation of the physics (such as a Lumped-Mass, LM, system), a Finite-Element Analysis (FEA) discretization of the lines (discretized in space), or a Finite-Difference (FD) model (which is discretized in both space and time). In this paper, we explore the features of the various models, weigh the advantages of each, and propose a plan for implementing one dynamic mooring line model into the open-source Mooring Analysis Program (MAP). MAP is currently used as a module for the FAST offshore wind turbine computer-aided engineering (CAE) tool to model mooring systems quasi-statically, although dynamic mooring capabilities are desired. Based on the exploration in this manuscript, the lumped-mass representation is selected for implementation in MAP based on its simplicity, computational cost, and ability to provide similar physics captured by higher-order models.
Luther, Douglas S.
The SubAntarctic Flux and Dynamics Experiment (SAFDE): Renewal Proposal for Data Analysis and Model Comparisons A "Group Proposal" Submitted to the National Science Foundation Division of Ocean's modeling work is fully funded by LANL, he does not require additional funding from NSF, except that some
Dery, Stephen
Analysis of snow in the 20th and 21st century Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory coupled climate Northern Hemisphere, North American, and Eurasian snow cover extent, frequency, and mass by the Geophysical cycle in Northern Hemisphere snow cover extent and produce a mean annual snow area of 25 Â 106 km2
Dynamic Variable Comparability Analysis for C and C++ Programs Philip J. Guo PGBOVINE@CSAIL.MIT.EDU
Liskov, Barbara
Dynamic Variable Comparability Analysis for C and C++ Programs Philip J. Guo PGBOVINE Street, Cambridge MA, 02139 USA 1. Introduction Languages like C and C++ provide programmers with only a few basic types (e.g., int, float). Programmers often use these types to hold semantically unrelated
Bustamante, Fabián E.
Biomedical engineers at Northwestern are trained to apply engineering techniques to the analysis schools but also jobs in biomedical industries and hospitals. The biomedical engineering industry offers Introduction to Biomedical Engineering Join: Biomedical Engineering Society, Engineers for a Sustainable World
Su, Zhiyong
2012-10-19
Response and stability of vessel rolling motion with strongly nonlinear softening stiffness will be studied in this dissertation using the methods of stochastic dynamical systems. As one of the most classic stability failure modes of vessel dynamics...
Moisseytsev, A.; Sienicki, J. J. (Nuclear Engineering Division)
2011-04-12
The analysis of specific control strategies and dynamic behavior of the supercritical carbon dioxide (S-CO{sub 2}) Brayton cycle has been extended to the two reactor types selected for continued development under the Generation IV Nuclear Energy Systems Initiative; namely, the Very High Temperature Reactor (VHTR) and the Sodium-Cooled Fast Reactor (SFR). Direct application of the standard S-CO{sub 2} recompression cycle to the VHTR was found to be challenging because of the mismatch in the temperature drop of the He gaseous reactor coolant through the He-to-CO{sub 2} reactor heat exchanger (RHX) versus the temperature rise of the CO{sub 2} through the RHX. The reference VHTR features a large temperature drop of 450 C between the assumed core outlet and inlet temperatures of 850 and 400 C, respectively. This large temperature difference is an essential feature of the VHTR enabling a lower He flow rate reducing the required core velocities and pressure drop. In contrast, the standard recompression S-CO{sub 2} cycle wants to operate with a temperature rise through the RHX of about 150 C reflecting the temperature drop as the CO{sub 2} expands from 20 MPa to 7.4 MPa in the turbine and the fact that the cycle is highly recuperated such that the CO{sub 2} entering the RHX is effectively preheated. Because of this mismatch, direct application of the standard recompression cycle results in a relatively poor cycle efficiency of 44.9%. However, two approaches have been identified by which the S-CO{sub 2} cycle can be successfully adapted to the VHTR and the benefits of the S-CO{sub 2} cycle, especially a significant gain in cycle efficiency, can be realized. The first approach involves the use of three separate cascaded S-CO{sub 2} cycles. Each S-CO{sub 2} cycle is coupled to the VHTR through its own He-to-CO{sub 2} RHX in which the He temperature is reduced by 150 C. The three respective cycles have efficiencies of 54, 50, and 44%, respectively, resulting in a net cycle efficiency of 49.3 %. The other approach involves reducing the minimum cycle pressure significantly below the critical pressure such that the temperature drop in the turbine is increased while the minimum cycle temperature is maintained above the critical temperature to prevent the formation of a liquid phase. The latter approach also involves the addition of a precooler and a third compressor before the main compressor to retain the benefits of compression near the critical point with the main compressor. For a minimum cycle pressure of 1 MPa, a cycle efficiency of 49.5% is achieved. Either approach opens up the door to applying the SCO{sub 2} cycle to the VHTR. In contrast, the SFR system typically has a core outlet-inlet temperature difference of about 150 C such that the standard recompression cycle is ideally suited for direct application to the SFR. The ANL Plant Dynamics Code has been modified for application to the VHTR and SFR when the reactor side dynamic behavior is calculated with another system level computer code such as SAS4A/SYSSYS-1 in the SFR case. The key modification involves modeling heat exchange in the RHX, accepting time dependent tabular input from the reactor code, and generating time dependent tabular input to the reactor code such that both the reactor and S-CO{sub 2} cycle sides can be calculated in a convergent iterative scheme. This approach retains the modeling benefits provided by the detailed reactor system level code and can be applied to any reactor system type incorporating a S-CO{sub 2} cycle. This approach was applied to the particular calculation of a scram scenario for a SFR in which the main and intermediate sodium pumps are not tripped and the generator is not disconnected from the electrical grid in order to enhance heat removal from the reactor system thereby enhancing the cooldown rate of the Na-to-CO{sub 2} RHX. The reactor side is calculated with SAS4A/SASSYS-1 while the S-CO{sub 2} cycle is calculated with the Plant Dynamics Code with a number of iterations over a timescale of 500 seconds. It is found that the RHX u
Dynamic Analysis Of A Snap-Action Micromechanism Jasmina Casals-Terre
Chen, Zhongping
dynamics of switching between bistable states, and design, fabrication, and character- ization results, dynamic switching. INTRODUCTION An advantage of snap-action mechanisms is that no power is required the design approach utilizing an electrostatic actuation system which capable to switch dynamically. The goal
Murray, Richard M.
. Compared with more traditional applica- tions of control theory, there are fundamentally new features Hassibi and Richard M. Murray Division of Engineering and Applied Science California Institute the topology of the network specifies the information flow between the agents. We present an analysis method
Linear and Nonlinear PT-symmetric Oligomers: A Dynamical Systems Analysis
M. Duanmu; K. Li; R. L. Horne; P. G. Kevrekidis; N. Whitaker
2012-10-15
In the present work we focus on the cases of two-site (dimer) and three-site (trimer) configurations, i.e. oligomers, respecting the parity-time (PT) symmetry, i.e., with a spatially odd gain-loss profile. We examine different types of solutions of such configurations with linear and nonlinear gain/loss profiles. Solutions beyond the linear PT-symmetry critical point as well as solutions with asymmetric linearization eigenvalues are found in both the nonlinear dimer and trimer. The latter feature is absent in linear PT-symmetric trimers, while both of them are absent in linear PT symmetric dimers. Furthermore, nonlinear gain/loss terms enable the existence of both symmetric and asymmetric solution profiles (and of bifurcations between them), while only symmetric solutions are present in the linear PT-symmetric dimers and trimers. The linear stability analysis around the obtained solutions is discussed and their dynamical evolution is explored by means of direct numerical simulations. Finally, a brief discussion is also given of recent progress in the context of PT-symmetric quadrimers.
1993-12-31
From the title, the reader is led to expect a broad practical treatise on combustion and combustion devices. Remarkably, for a book of modest dimension, the author is able to deliver. The text is organized into 12 Chapters, broadly treating three major areas: combustion fundamentals -- introduction (Ch. 1), thermodynamics (Ch. 2), fluid mechanics (Ch. 7), and kinetics (Ch. 8); fuels -- coal, municipal solid waste, and other solid fuels (Ch. 4), liquid (Ch. 5) and gaseous (Ch. 6) fuels; and combustion devices -- fuel cells (Ch. 3), boilers (Ch. 4), Otto (Ch. 10), diesel (Ch. 11), and Wankel (Ch. 10) engines and gas turbines (Ch. 12). Although each topic could warrant a complete text on its own, the author addresses each of these major themes with reasonable thoroughness. Also, the book is well documented with a bibliography, references, a good index, and many helpful tables and appendices. In short, Applied Combustion does admirably fulfill the author`s goal for a wide engineering science introduction to the general subject of combustion.
Diana K. Grauer
2011-10-01
This paper presents an investigation into integrated wind + combustion engine high penetration electrical generation systems. Renewable generation systems are now a reality of electrical transmission. Unfortunately, many of these renewable energy supplies are stochastic and highly dynamic. Conversely, the existing national grid has been designed for steady state operation. The research team has developed an algorithm to investigate the feasibility and relative capability of a reciprocating internal combustion engine to directly integrate with wind generation in a tightly coupled Hybrid Energy System. Utilizing the Idaho National Laboratory developed Phoenix Model Integration Platform, the research team has coupled demand data with wind turbine generation data and the Aspen Custom Modeler reciprocating engine electrical generator model to investigate the capability of reciprocating engine electrical generation to balance stochastic renewable energy.
Thomas Speck; Andreas M. Menzel; Julian Bialké; Hartmut Löwen
2015-03-29
Recently, we have derived an effective Cahn-Hilliard equation for the phase separation dynamics of active Brownian particles by performing a weakly non-linear analysis of the effective hydrodynamic equations for density and polarization [Phys. Rev. Lett. 112, 218304 (2014)]. Here we develop and explore this strategy in more detail and show explicitly how to get to such a large-scale, mean-field description starting from the microscopic dynamics. The effective free energy emerging from this approach has the form of a conventional Ginzburg-Landau function. On the coarsest scale, our results thus agree with the mapping of active phase separation onto that of passive fluids with attractive interactions through a global effective free energy (mobility-induced phase transition). Particular attention is paid to the square-gradient term necessary for the dynamics. We finally discuss results from numerical simulations corroborating the analytical results.
Antonio C. C. Guimarăes; Laerte Sodré Jr.
2007-06-21
We readdress the calculation of the mass of early-type galaxies using strong gravitational lensing and stellar dynamics. Our sample comprises 27 galaxies in the Sloan Lens ACS (SLACS) Survey. Comparing the mass estimates from these two independent methods in a Bayesian framework, we find evidence of significant line-of-sight mass contamination. Assuming a power-law mass distribution, the best fit density profile is given by $\\rho \\propto r^{-1.69\\pm0.05}$. We show that neglecting the line-of-sight mass contamination produces an overestimate of the mass attributed to the lens-galaxy by the lensing method, which introduces a bias in favor of a SIS profile when using the joint lensing and dynamic analysis to determine the slope of the density profile. We suggest that the line-of-sight contamination could also be important for other astrophysical and cosmological uses of joint lensing and dynamical measurements.
Modelling of power plant dynamics and uncertainties for robust control synthesis *
Ray, Asok
, TRAC type models3 have been applied to perform safety analysis of nuclear power plants. However, complex dynamic processes such as fossil and nuclear power plants can be modelled and simulated
Shankaran, Harish; Zhang, Yi; Chrisler, William B.; Ewald, Jonathan A.; Wiley, H. S.; Resat, Haluk
2012-10-02
The epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) belongs to the ErbB family of receptor tyrosine kinases, and controls a diverse set of cellular responses relevant to development and tumorigenesis. ErbB activation is a complex process involving receptor-ligand binding, receptor dimerization, phosphorylation, and trafficking (internalization, recycling and degradation), which together dictate the spatio-temporal distribution of active receptors within the cell. The ability to predict this distribution, and elucidation of the factors regulating it, would help to establish a mechanistic link between ErbB expression levels and the cellular response. Towards this end, we constructed mathematical models for deconvolving the contributions of receptor dimerization and phosphorylation to EGFR activation, and to examine the dependence of these processes on sub-cellular location. We collected experimental datasets for EGFR activation dynamics in human mammary epithelial cells, with the specific goal of model parameterization, and used the data to estimate parameters for several alternate models. Model-based analysis indicated that: 1) signal termination via receptor dephosphorylation in late endosomes, prior to degradation, is an important component of the response, 2) less than 40% of the receptors in the cell are phosphorylated at any given time, even at saturating ligand doses, and 3) receptor dephosphorylation rates at the cell surface and early endosomes are comparable. We validated the last finding by measuring EGFR dephosphorylation rates at various times following ligand addition both in whole cells, and in endosomes using ELISAs and fluorescent imaging. Overall, our results provide important information on how EGFR phosphorylation levels are regulated within cells. Further, the mathematical model described here can be extended to determine receptor dimer abundances in cells co-expressing various levels of ErbB receptors. This study demonstrates that an iterative cycle of experiments and modeling can be used to gain mechanistic insight regarding complex cell signaling networks.
Dynamic Motifs of Strategies in Prisoner's Dilemma Games
Kim, Young Jin; Jeong, Seon-Young; Son, Seung-Woo
2014-01-01
We investigate the win-lose relations between strategies of iterated prisoner's dilemma games by using a directed network concept to display the replicator dynamics results. In the giant strongly-connected component of the win/lose network, we find win-lose circulations similar to rock-paper-scissors and analyze the fixed point and its stability. Applying the network motif concept, we introduce dynamic motifs, which describe the population dynamics relations among the three strategies. Through exact enumeration, we find 22 dynamic motifs and display their phase portraits. Visualization using directed networks and motif analysis is a useful method to make complex dynamic behavior simple in order to understand it more intuitively. Dynamic motifs can be building blocks for dynamic behavior among strategies when they are applied to other types of games.
Dynamic response analysis of a 900 kW wind turbine subject to ground excitation
Caudillo, Adrian Felix
2012-01-01
Simulations of Wind Turbine Dynamics Including Soil-Modeling the Wind Turbine . . . . . . . . . . . . 5.2.2 SoilFigure 5.3: A “wind turbine” built in a modified version of
Jimenez-Victory, Juan Carlos
1999-01-01
A study of the dynamic behavior of polycrystalline Shape Memory Alloys (SMA) under impact loading was proposed. The purpose of this study was to obtain basic understanding of the thermomechanical response of SMAs under ...
Machining dynamics and stability analysis in longitudinal turning involving workpiece whirling
Dassanayake, Achala Viomy
2009-06-02
Tool chatter in longitudinal turning is addressed with a new perspective using a complex machining model describing the coupled tool-workpiece dynamics subject to nonlinear regenerative cutting forces, instantaneous depth-of-cut (DOC) and workpiece...
Dynamical System Analysis and Forecasting of Deformation Produced by an Earthquake Fault
Ben-Zion, Yehuda
is characterized by a set of parameters that describe the dynamics, rheology, property disorder, and fault geometry of an earthquake fault is not feasible at present because the governing physical laws, geometric and structural
Sandoval Rodriguez, Angelica Patricia
2002-01-01
condensate reservoir under natural depletion, and injection of methane, injection of carbon dioxide, produced gas recycling and water injection. To monitor the condensate banking dynamics near the wellbore area, such as oil saturation and compositional...
Cavalcanti De Sousa, Pedro
2010-10-12
Fatigue cracking and moisture damage are two important modes of distresses in asphalt pavements. Recently, the Dynamic Mechanical Analyzer (DMA) was used to characterize fatigue cracking and evaluate the effects of moisture damage on the Fine...
An Analysis of the Dynamics of the US Commercial Air Transportation System
Tam, Ryan
Major trends in the airline industry are analyzed to highlight key dynamics that govern the US domestic air transportation system. The hypothesis is that air travel supply and demand equilibriums, a reliance on outside ...
Asgarian, Behrouz [K.N. Toosi University of Technology Tehran Iran (Iran, Islamic Republic of); Shokrgozar, Hamed R.; Talarposhti, Ali Shakeri [K.N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran (Iran, Islamic Republic of)
2008-07-08
Of great interest in Performance-Based Earthquake Engineering (PBEE) is the accurate estimation of the seismic performance of structures. A performance prediction and evaluation procedure is based on nonlinear dynamics and reliability theory. In this method, a full integration over the three key stochastic models is as follow: ground motion hazard curve, nonlinear dynamic displacement demand, and displacement capacity. Further, both epistemic and aleatory uncertainties are evaluated and carried through the analysis.In this paper, jacket and soil-pile system have been modeled using Finite Element program (OpenSees) and the incremental dynamic analysis (IDA) are performed to investigate nonlinear behavior of offshore platforms. The system demand is determined by performing time history response analyses of the jacket under a suite of FEMA/SAC uniform hazard ground motions. The system capacity in terms of the drift ratio against incipient collapse is generally difficult to predict since the structural response goes into nonlinear range before collapse. All the analyses are performed in two directions and the results are compared with each others. The confidence level of a jacket in each direction for a given hazard level is calculated using the procedure described.
Design and Analysis of Stochastic Dynamical Systems with Fokker-Planck Equation
Kumar, Mrinal
2011-02-22
recursive methodology for tracking the optimal finite domain to solve FPE numerically. The basic tools developed to solve FPE are applied to solving problems in nonlinear stochastic optimal control and nonlinear filtering. A policy iteration algorithm...
A Massively Parallel Sparse Eigensolver for Structural Dynamics Finite Element Analysis
Day, David M.; Reese, G.M.
1999-05-01
Eigenanalysis is a critical component of structural dynamics which is essential for determinating the vibrational response of systems. This effort addresses the development of numerical algorithms associated with scalable eigensolver techniques suitable for use on massively parallel, distributed memory computers that are capable of solving large scale structural dynamics problems. An iterative Lanczos method was determined to be the best choice for the application. Scalability of the eigenproblem depends on scalability of the underlying linear solver. A multi-level solver (FETI) was selected as most promising for this component. Issues relating to heterogeneous materials, mechanisms and multipoint constraints have been examined, and the linear solver algorithm has been developed to incorporate features that result in a scalable, robust algorithm for practical structural dynamics applications. The resulting tools have been demonstrated on large problems representative of a weapon's system.
Dynamic programming applied to electromagnetic satellite actuation
Eslinger, Gregory John
2013-01-01
Electromagnetic formation flight (EMFF) is an enabling technology for a number of space mission architectures. While much work has been done for EMFF control for large separation distances, little work has been done for ...
Chen, Yousu; Huang, Zhenyu; Rice, Mark J.
2012-12-27
Contingency analysis studies are necessary to assess the impact of possible power system component failures. The results of the contingency analysis are used to ensure the grid reliability, and in power market operation for the feasibility test of market solutions. Currently, these studies are performed in real time based on the current operating conditions of the grid with a set of pre-selected contingency list, which might result in overlooking some critical contingencies caused by variable system status. To have a complete picture of a power grid, more contingencies need to be studied to improve grid reliability. High-performance computing techniques hold the promise of being able to perform the analysis for more contingency cases within a much shorter time frame. This paper evaluates the performance of counter-based dynamic load balancing schemes for a massive contingency analysis program on 10,000+ cores. One million N-2 contingency analysis cases with a Western Electricity Coordinating Council power grid model have been used to demonstrate the performance. The speedup of 3964 with 4096 cores and 7877 with 10240 cores are obtained. This paper reports the performance of the load balancing scheme with a single counter and two counters, describes disk I/O issues, and discusses other potential techniques for further improving the performance.
An Efficient Nonlinear Structural Dynamics Solver for Use in Computational Aeroelastic Analysis
Freno, Brian Andrew
2011-08-08
. Ultimately, these equations are coupled with a uid dynamics solver to provide a structurally e cient aeroelastic program. v ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to thank my advisor, Dr. Paul Cizmas as well as the members of my committee. I was fortunate to have... and unending support. They are the reason for my success. vi TABLE OF CONTENTS Page ABSTRACT : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : iii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : v TABLE...
Generalized models as a universal approach to the analysis of nonlinear dynamical systems
Thilo Gross; Ulrike Feudel
2006-01-29
We present a universal approach to the investigation of the dynamics in generalized models. In these models the processes that are taken into account are not restricted to specific functional forms. Therefore a single generalized models can describe a class of systems which share a similar structure. Despite this generality, the proposed approach allows us to study the dynamical properties of generalized models efficiently in the framework of local bifurcation theory. The approach is based on a normalization procedure that is used to identify natural parameters of the system. The Jacobian in a steady state is then derived as a function of these parameters. The analytical computation of local bifurcations using computer algebra reveals conditions for the local asymptotic stability of steady states and provides certain insights on the global dynamics of the system. The proposed approach yields a close connection between modelling and nonlinear dynamics. We illustrate the investigation of generalized models by considering examples from three different disciplines of science: a socio-economic model of dynastic cycles in china, a model for a coupled laser system and a general ecological food web.
Dynamic Pressure Improvements to Closed-Circuit Wind Tunnels with Flow Quality Analysis
Herring, Alexander
2015-03-31
Experiment Station Low-Speed Wind Tunnel (LSWT) was limited through available power to a dynamic pressure of 120 psf. The addition of a higher power motor, construction of a new, smaller test section, diffuser liners to prevent flow separation, and increased...
Vimmerstedt, L. J.; Bush, B.; Peterson, S.
2012-05-01
The Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 targets use of 36 billion gallons of biofuels per year by 2022. Achieving this may require substantial changes to current transportation fuel systems for distribution, dispensing, and use in vehicles. The U.S. Department of Energy and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory designed a system dynamics approach to help focus government action by determining what supply chain changes would have the greatest potential to accelerate biofuels deployment. The National Renewable Energy Laboratory developed the Biomass Scenario Model, a system dynamics model which represents the primary system effects and dependencies in the biomass-to-biofuels supply chain. The model provides a framework for developing scenarios and conducting biofuels policy analysis. This paper focuses on the downstream portion of the supply chain-represented in the distribution logistics, dispensing station, and fuel utilization, and vehicle modules of the Biomass Scenario Model. This model initially focused on ethanol, but has since been expanded to include other biofuels. Some portions of this system are represented dynamically with major interactions and feedbacks, especially those related to a dispensing station owner's decision whether to offer ethanol fuel and a consumer's choice whether to purchase that fuel. Other portions of the system are modeled with little or no dynamics; the vehicle choices of consumers are represented as discrete scenarios. This paper explores conditions needed to sustain an ethanol fuel market and identifies implications of these findings for program and policy goals. A large, economically sustainable ethanol fuel market (or other biofuel market) requires low end-user fuel price relative to gasoline and sufficient producer payment, which are difficult to achieve simultaneously. Other requirements (different for ethanol vs. other biofuel markets) include the need for infrastructure for distribution and dispensing and widespread use of high ethanol blends in flexible-fuel vehicles.
Energy Exchange Analysis in Droplet Dynamics via the Navier-Stokes-Cahn-Hilliard Model
Espath, LFR; Vignal, P; Varga, BON; Cortes, AMA; Dalcin, L; Calo, VM
2015-01-01
We develop the energy budget equation of the coupled Navier-Stokes-Cahn-Hilliard (NSCH) system. We use the NSCH equations to model the dynamics of liquid droplets in a liquid continuum. Buoyancy effects are accounted for through the Boussinesq assumption. We physically interpret each quantity involved in the energy exchange to further insight into the model. Highly resolved simulations involving density-driven flows and merging of droplets allow us to analyze these energy budgets. In particular, we focus on the energy exchanges when droplets merge, and describe flow features relevant to this phenomenon. By comparing our numerical simulations to analytical predictions and experimental results available in the literature, we conclude that modeling droplet dynamics within the framework of NSCH equations is a sensible approach worth further research.
RESONANCES REQUIRED: DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS OF THE 24 Sex AND HD 200964 PLANETARY SYSTEMS
Wittenmyer, Robert A.; Horner, Jonathan; Tinney, C. G., E-mail: rob@phys.unsw.edu.au [Department of Astrophysics, School of Physics, Faculty of Science, University of New South Wales, NSW 2052 (Australia)
2012-12-20
We perform several suites of highly detailed dynamical simulations to investigate the architectures of the 24 Sextantis and HD 200964 planetary systems. The best-fit orbital solution for the two planets in the 24 Sex system places them on orbits with periods that lie very close to 2:1 commensurability, while that for the HD 200964 system places the two planets therein in orbits whose periods lie close to a 4:3 commensurability. In both cases, the proposed best-fit orbits are mutually crossing-a scenario that is only dynamically feasible if the planets are protected from close encounters by the effects of mutual mean-motion resonance (MMR). Our simulations reveal that the best-fit orbits for both systems lie within narrow islands of dynamical stability, and are surrounded by much larger regions of extreme instability. As such, we show that the planets are only feasible if they are currently trapped in mutual MMR-the 2:1 resonance in the case of 24 Sex b and c, and the 4:3 resonance in the case of HD 200964 b and c. In both cases, the region of stability is strongest and most pronounced when the planetary orbits are mutually coplanar. As the inclination of planet c with respect to planet b is increased, the stability of both systems rapidly collapses.
Applied Mathematics Department of Applied Mathematics
Applied Mathematics Department of Applied Mathematics 208 Engineering 1 Building 10 W. 32nd St, Graduate Studies: Xiaofan Li The Department of Applied Mathematics puts mathe- matics to work solving, such as how to construct methods for multi-criteria decision making (requiring discrete mathematics
Strazza, Ernesto (Strazza Silva)
2014-01-01
This thesis provides a new perspective in trend analysis with the acknowledgement of individuals as carriers of trends and susceptible to influence simultaneously by a trend's perceived significance and by external effects ...
Quantum Chemical Analysis of the Excited State Dynamics of Hydrated Electrons
P. O. J. Scherer; Sighart F. Fischer
2006-02-01
Quantum calculations are performed for an anion water cluster representing the first hydration shell of the solvated electron in solution. The absorption spectra from the ground state, the instant excited states and the relaxed excited states are calculated including CI-SD interactions. Analytic expressions for the nonadiabatic relaxation are presented. It is shown that the 50fs dynamics recently observed after s->p excitation is best accounted for if it is identified with the internal conversion, preceded by an adiabatic relaxation within the excited p state. In addition, transient absorptions found in the infrared are qualitatively reproduced by these calculations .
Materny, Arnulf; Konradi, Jakow; Namboodiri, Vinu; Namboodiri, Mahesh; Scaria, Abraham
2008-11-14
The use of four-wave mixing techniques in femtosecond time-resolved spectroscopy has considerable advantages. Due to the many degrees of freedom offered e.g. by coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS), the dynamics even of complex systems can be analyzed in detail. Using pulse shaping techniques in combination with a self-learning loop approach, molecular mode excitation can be controlled very efficiently in a multi-photon excitation process. Results obtained from the optimal control of CARS on {beta}-carotene are discussed.
Analysis of Block Preconditioners for Models of Coupled Magma/Mantle Dynamics
Rhebergen, Sander; Wells, Garth N.; Katz, Richard F.; Wathen, Andrew J.
2014-08-19
F08, 76M10, 86A17, 86-08 DOI. 10.1137/130946678 1. Introduction. The mantle of Earth extends from the bottom of the crust to the top of the iron core, some 3000 km below. Mantle rock, composed of silicate min- erals, behaves as an elastic solid... -dimensional, magma/mantle dynamics of subduction, even though this is an area of active research [22, 39]. Such models require highly refined compu- tational meshes, resulting in very large systems of algebraic equations. To solve these systems efficiently, iterative...
15.075 Applied Statistics, Spring 2003
Newton, Elizabeth
This course is an introduction to applied statistics and data analysis. Topics include collecting and exploring data, basic inference, simple and multiple linear regression, analysis of variance, nonparametric methods, and ...
Amir M. Rahmani; Yang Shao; Mehlam Jupiterwala; Carlos E. Colosqui
2015-04-13
Plane Poiseuille flow past a nanoscale cylinder that is arbitrarily confined (i.e., symmetrically or asymmetrically confined) in a slit channel is studied via hydrodynamic lubrication theory and molecular dynamics simulations, considering cases where the cylinder remains static or undergoes thermal motion. Lubrication theory predictions for the drag force and volumetric flow rate are in close agreement with molecular dynamics simulations of flows having molecularly thin lubrication gaps, despite the presence of significant structural forces induced by the crystalline structure of the modeled solid. While the maximum drag force is observed in symmetric confinement, i.e., when the cylinder is equidistant from both channel walls, the drag decays significantly as the cylinder moves away from the channel centerline and approaches a wall. Hence, significant reductions in the mean drag force on the cylinder and hydraulic resistance of the channel can be observed when thermal motion induces random off-center displacements. Analytical expressions and numerical results in this work provide useful insights into the hydrodynamics of colloidal solids and macromolecules in confinement.
Wu, T; Paul Blanton, P; Kurt Eberl, K
2007-07-09
This paper presents a finite-element technique to simulate the structural responses and to evaluate the cumulative damage of a radioactive material packaging requiring bolt closure-tightening torque and subjected to the scenarios of the Hypothetical Accident Conditions (HAC) defined in the Code of Federal Regulations Title 10 part 71 (10CFR71). Existing finite-element methods for modeling closure stresses from bolt pre-load are not readily adaptable to dynamic analyses. The HAC events are required to occur sequentially per 10CFR71 and thus the evaluation of the cumulative damage is desirable. Generally, each HAC event is analyzed separately and the cumulative damage is partially addressed by superposition. This results in relying on additional physical testing to comply with 10CFR71 requirements for assessment of cumulative damage. The proposed technique utilizes the combination of kinematic constraints, rigid-body motions and structural deformations to overcome some of the difficulties encountered in modeling the effect of cumulative damage. This methodology provides improved numerical solutions in compliance with the 10CFR71 requirements for sequential HAC tests. Analyses were performed for the Bulk Tritium Shipping Package (BTSP) designed by Savannah River National Laboratory to demonstrate the applications of the technique. The methodology proposed simulates the closure bolt torque preload followed by the sequential HAC events, the 30-foot drop and the 30-foot dynamic crush. The analytical results will be compared to the package test data.
Economic growth, convergence and the HIV/AIDS epidemic: a cross-country panel data analysis
Smith, Joel Benjamin Edmund
2011-07-05
This thesis presents an analysis of the dynamic process of economic growth, national welfare and the HIV/AIDS epidemic. An assessment of the methodological designs of applied growth research is undertaken in order to ...
Dynamic analysis of floating quay and container ship for container loading and offloading operation
Kumar, Brajesh
2006-04-12
Carrier in side-by-side mooring to a LNG FPSO. The conclusion of this analysis says that hydrodynamic cross coupling should not be ignored when interacting bodies are in close to each other. Buchner et al. (2004) studied the hydrodynamic interaction...
IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON POWER SYSTEMS Stochastic Analysis of Cascading-Failure Dynamics
Hayat, Majeed M.
the prediction of the evolution of blackout probability in time. Moreover, the asymptotic analysis of the blackout probability enables the calculation of the probability mass function of the blackout size. A key, stochastic anal- ysis, Markov chain, blackout probability. I. INTRODUCTION WHILE power grids are reliable
Dynamic Analysis and Design Pattern Detection in Java Programs Lei Hu and Kamran Sartipi
Sartipi, Kamran
; Pattern Matching; Soft- ware Family; Data Mining. 1. Introduction Software companies that satisfy pattern detection which is suscep- tible to high complexity problem. Using a new pattern de- scription analysis to address the problem of reusing existing system's design patterns that correspond to specific
Dynamic strain gages analysis of critical welds used in power plant circuit breakers
MacDougall, E.A. ); Wilhelm, W.G. )
1990-01-01
A history of failures in power plant circuit breakers associated with critical welds in the internal pole shafts has been investigated. This paper describes the test, equipment, and instrumentation and summarized the preliminary results of testing performed on these breakers at Brookhaven National Laboratory. It includes the description of the instrumentation including the use of a full bridge strain gage sensor and instrumentation amplifier connected to an oscilloscope. The combination provided a sensitive instrument capable of revealing subtle changes in circuit breaker performance. The strain gages were attached to pole shafts and monitored dynamically. The observed changes in wave signature were recorded as a function of accumulated operating cycles. Complex changes in wave shape recorded on an oscillograph indicate patterns related to impending weld failure. The life expectancy measured in the number of circuit breaker open and closing cycles is compared with the weld and other component failures. 8 refs., 4 figs.
Dynamic structural analysis of a head assembly for a large loop-type LMFBR
Kulak, R.F.; Fiala, C.
1984-01-01
An investigation is presented on the dynamic structural response of the primary vessel's head closure to slug impact loadings generated from a 1000 MJ source term. The reference reactor considered was designed in a loop configuration. The head structure consisted of a deck and a triple rotatable plug assembly. Two designs were considered for the deck structure: a reference design and an alternate design. The reference deck was designed as a single flat annular plate. For the alternate design, the deck plate was reinforced by adding an extender cylinder with a flange and flanged webs between the deck-plate and cylinder. The investigation showed that the reference design cannot maintain containment integrity when subjected to slug loading generated by a 1000 MJ source term. It was determined that the head deformed excessively.
Schubert, Sebastian
2015-01-01
One of the most relevant weather regimes in the mid latitudes atmosphere is the persistent deviation from the approximately zonally symmetric jet stream to the emergence of so-called blocking patterns. Such configurations are usually connected to exceptional local stability properties of the flow which come along with an improved local forecast skills during the phenomenon. It is instead extremely hard to predict onset and decay of blockings. Covariant Lyapunov Vectors (CLVs) offer a suitable characterization of the linear stability of a chaotic flow, since they represent the full tangent linear dynamics by a covariant basis which explores linear perturbations at all time scales. Therefore, we will test whether CLVs feature a signature of the blockings. We examine the CLVs for a quasi-geostrophic beta-plane two-layer model in a periodic channel baroclinically driven by a meridional temperature gradient $\\Delta T$. An orographic forcing enhances the emergence of localized blocked regimes. We detect the blockin...
Fuentes, Jose L., S.M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2011-01-01
Using an industry analysis framework, this thesis analyzes whether the recently established Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (Comac) is likely to break the Boeing-Airbus duopoly in the industry of large commercial ...
UNL Core for Applied Genomics and Ecology
Farritor, Shane
UNL Core for Applied Genomics and Ecology Bioinformatics training Roche 454 GS-FLX Registration, Microbiomes, Variant Analysis, Whole Genomes, Transcriptomes Data Analysis and Statistics CAGE database and employer. University of Nebraska-Lincoln*Core for Applied Genomics and Ecology* 323 Filley Hall *Lincoln
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2015-01-01
We present a sophisticated likelihood reconstruction algorithm for shower-image analysis of imaging Cherenkov telescopes. The reconstruction algorithm is based on the comparison of the camera pixel amplitudes with the predictions from a Monte Carlo based model. Shower parameters are determined by a maximisation of a likelihood function. Maximisation of the likelihood as a function of shower fit parameters is performed using a numerical non-linear optimisation technique. A related reconstruction technique has already been developed by the CAT and the H.E.S.S. experiments, and provides a more precise direction and energy reconstruction of the photon induced shower compared to the second moment of the camera image analysis. Examples are shown of the performance of the analysis on simulated gamma-ray data from the VERITAS array.
Dynamic Faraday cup signal analysis and the measurement of energetic ions emitted by plasma focus
Pestehe, S. J. Mohammadnejad, M.; Research Institute for Applied Physics and Astronomy, University of Tabriz, Tabriz ; Irani Mobaraki, S.
2014-03-15
A theoretical model is developed to study the signals from a typical dynamic Faraday cup, and using this model the output signals from this structure are obtained. A detailed discussion on the signal structure, using different experimental conditions, is also given. It is argued that there is a possibility of determining the total charge of the generated ion pulse, the maximum velocity of the ions, ion velocity distribution, and the number of ion species for mixed working gases, under certain conditions. In addition, the number of different ionization stages, the number of different pinches in one shot, and the number of different existing acceleration mechanisms can also be determined provided that the mentioned conditions being satisfied. An experiment is carried out on the Filippov type 90?kJ Sahand plasma focus using Ar as the working gas at the pressure of 0.25?Torr. The data from a typical shot are fitted to a signal from the model and the total charge of the related energetic ion pulse is deduced using the values of the obtained fit parameters. Good agreement between the obtained amount of the total charge and the values obtained during other experiments on the same plasma focus device is observed.
Dynamic simulations of geologic materials using combined FEM/DEM/SPH analysis
Morris, J P; Johnson, S M
2008-03-26
An overview of the Lawrence Discrete Element Code (LDEC) is presented, and results from a study investigating the effect of explosive and impact loading on geologic materials using the Livermore Distinct Element Code (LDEC) are detailed. LDEC was initially developed to simulate tunnels and other structures in jointed rock masses using large numbers of polyhedral blocks. Many geophysical applications, such as projectile penetration into rock, concrete targets, and boulder fields, require a combination of continuum and discrete methods in order to predict the formation and interaction of the fragments produced. In an effort to model this class of problems, LDEC now includes implementations of Cosserat point theory and cohesive elements. This approach directly simulates the transition from continuum to discontinuum behavior, thereby allowing for dynamic fracture within a combined finite element/discrete element framework. In addition, there are many application involving geologic materials where fluid-structure interaction is important. To facilitate solution of this class of problems a Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) capability has been incorporated into LDEC to simulate fully coupled systems involving geologic materials and a saturating fluid. We will present results from a study of a broad range of geomechanical problems that exercise the various components of LDEC in isolation and in tandem.
Cluster Analysis of Cloud Regimes and Characteristic Dynamics of Mid-Latitude Synoptic Systems
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Non-Linear Dynamics Analysis of a PWR with Up-to-date Fuel Design
Riverola Gurruchaga, Javier [ENUSA Industrias Avanzadas S.A., Santiago Rusinol 12, 28040 Madrid (Spain)
2007-07-01
The Lyapunov stability theorems are applied to a simplified system of non-linear differential equations representative of a current 3 loop /12 feet contemporary PWR (Generation II) with up-to-date 17x17 lattice fuel design. The one-speed non-linear point kinetics model with six delayed neutron groups and lumped parameter heat transfer equations in the fuel rod and coolant along with a reactivity function with Doppler and moderator feedback effects is considered. First, local asymptotic stability is demonstrated at a variety of equilibrium state-points ranging from start-up to 150% nominal power. Then, a Lyapunov V function is found with the mathematical condition for sign definiteness and the stability region of attraction around the equilibrium HFP state is obtained. This study is complemented with the application of the Welton criterion for non linear kinetics and linear feedback in the frequency domain. As expected and consistently with Reactor Physics theory and experience, the strong asymptotic stable trend of a PWR is confirmed again for all analyzed conditions. This method is general and adaptable to other fuel assembly designs and reactor types. (authors)
Integrated Dynamic Analysis of Floating Offshore Wind Turbines Bjřrn Skaare*, Tor David Hanson of floating wind turbines exposed to forces from wind, waves and current has been developed for Hydro Oil & Energy's floating wind turbine concept, HYWIND. Two existing, independent, computer program systems
Systems Analysis of Series of Blackouts: Cascading Failure, Criticality, and Self-organization Ian Dobson a comprehensive account of a complex systems ap- proach to large blackouts caused by cascading failure. In- stead of looking at the details of particular blackouts, we study the statistics, dynamics and risk of series
YANG, CHIN-RANG
2013-12-11
Astronauts and workers in nuclear plants who repeatedly exposed to low doses of ionizing radiation (IR, <10 cGy) are likely to incur specific changes in signal transduction and gene expression in various tissues of their body. Remarkable advances in high throughput genomics and proteomics technologies enable researchers to broaden their focus from examining single gene/protein kinetics to better understanding global gene/protein expression profiling and biological pathway analyses, namely Systems Biology. An ultimate goal of systems biology is to develop dynamic mathematical models of interacting biological systems capable of simulating living systems in a computer. This Glue Grant is to complement Dr. Boothman’s existing DOE grant (No. DE-FG02-06ER64186) entitled “The IGF1/IGF-1R-MAPK-Secretory Clusterin (sCLU) Pathway: Mediator of a Low Dose IR-Inducible Bystander Effect” to develop sensitive and quantitative proteomic technology that suitable for low dose radiobiology researches. An improved version of quantitative protein array platform utilizing linear Quantum dot signaling for systematically measuring protein levels and phosphorylation states for systems biology modeling is presented. The signals are amplified by a confocal laser Quantum dot scanner resulting in ~1000-fold more sensitivity than traditional Western blots and show the good linearity that is impossible for the signals of HRP-amplification. Therefore this improved protein array technology is suitable to detect weak responses of low dose radiation. Software is developed to facilitate the quantitative readout of signaling network activities. Kinetics of EGFRvIII mutant signaling was analyzed to quantify cross-talks between EGFR and other signaling pathways.
Sebastian Schubert; Valerio Lucarini
2015-08-17
One of the most relevant weather regimes in the mid latitudes atmosphere is the persistent deviation from the approximately zonally symmetric jet stream to the emergence of so-called blocking patterns. Such configurations are usually connected to exceptional local stability properties of the flow which come along with an improved local forecast skills during the phenomenon. It is instead extremely hard to predict onset and decay of blockings. Covariant Lyapunov Vectors (CLVs) offer a suitable characterization of the linear stability of a chaotic flow, since they represent the full tangent linear dynamics by a covariant basis which explores linear perturbations at all time scales. Therefore, we will test whether CLVs feature a signature of the blockings. We examine the CLVs for a quasi-geostrophic beta-plane two-layer model in a periodic channel baroclinically driven by a meridional temperature gradient $\\Delta T$. An orographic forcing enhances the emergence of localized blocked regimes. We detect the blocking events of the channel flow with a Tibaldi-Molteni scheme adapted to the periodic channel. When blocking occurs, the global growth rates of the fastest growing CLVs are significantly higher. Hence against intuition, globally the circulation is more unstable in blocked phases. Such an increase in the finite time Lyapunov exponents with respect to the long term average is attributed to stronger barotropic and baroclinic conversion in the case of high temperature gradients, while for low values of $\\Delta T$, the effect is only due to stronger barotropic instability. For the localization of the CLVs, we compare the meridionally averaged variance of the CLVs during blocked and unblocked phases. We find that on average the variance of the CLVs is clustered around the center of blocking. These results show that the blocked flow affects all time scales and processes described by the CLVs.
Nguyen, Tony B.; Pai, M. A.
2014-07-10
Real time stability evaluation and preventive scheduling in power systems offer many challenges in a stressed power system. Trajectory sensitivity analysis (TSA) is a useful tool for this and other applications in the emerging smart grid area. In this chapter we outline the basic approach of TSA, to extract suitable information from the data and develop reliable metrics or indices to evaluate proximity of the system to an unstable condition. Trajectory sensitivities can be used to compute critical parameters such as clearing time of circuit breakers, tie line flow, etc. in a power system by developing suitable norms for ease of interpretation. The TSA technique has the advantage that model complexity is not a limitation, and the sensitivities can be computed numerically. Suitable metrics are developed from these sensitivities. The TSA technique can be extended to do preventive rescheduling. A brief discussion of other applications of TSA in placement of distributed generation is indicated.
Molecular dynamics of liquid benzene via femtosecond pulses laser excitation
Paris-Sud XI, Université de
1749 Molecular dynamics of liquid benzene via femtosecond pulses laser excitation J. Etchepare, G moléculaires. Abstract. 2014 We analyse the complex response of liquid benzene to the applied 45 fs FHWM new results obtained by the transient grating temporal behaviour analysis of benzene, a molecule
Dynamical systems probabilistic risk assessment.
Denman, Matthew R.; Ames, Arlo Leroy
2014-03-01
Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA) is the primary tool used to risk-inform nuclear power regulatory and licensing activities. Risk-informed regulations are intended to reduce inherent conservatism in regulatory metrics (e.g., allowable operating conditions and technical specifications) which are built into the regulatory framework by quantifying both the total risk profile as well as the change in the risk profile caused by an event or action (e.g., in-service inspection procedures or power uprates). Dynamical Systems (DS) analysis has been used to understand unintended time-dependent feedbacks in both industrial and organizational settings. In dynamical systems analysis, feedback loops can be characterized and studied as a function of time to describe the changes to the reliability of plant Structures, Systems and Components (SSCs). While DS has been used in many subject areas, some even within the PRA community, it has not been applied toward creating long-time horizon, dynamic PRAs (with time scales ranging between days and decades depending upon the analysis). Understanding slowly developing dynamic effects, such as wear-out, on SSC reliabilities may be instrumental in ensuring a safely and reliably operating nuclear fleet. Improving the estimation of a plant's continuously changing risk profile will allow for more meaningful risk insights, greater stakeholder confidence in risk insights, and increased operational flexibility.
Turchin, Peter
2005-01-01
social, and political structures of agrarian societies), weinstability in agrarian states. Structure and Dynamics 1(1):
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Davis, Jean -Paul; Brown, Justin L.; Knudson, Marcus D.; Lemke, Raymond W.
2014-11-26
In this research, magnetically-driven, planar shockless-compression experiments to multi-megabar pressures were performed on tantalum samples using a stripline target geometry. Free-surface velocity waveforms were measured in 15 cases; nine of these in a dual-sample configuration with two samples of different thicknesses on opposing electrodes, and six in a single-sample configuration with a bare electrode opposite the sample. Details are given on the application of inverse Lagrangian analysis (ILA) to these data, including potential sources of error. The most significant source of systematic error, particularly for single-sample experiments, was found to arise from the pulse-shape dependent free-surface reflected wave interactions withmore »the deviatoric-stress response of tantalum. This could cause local, possibly temporary, unloading of material from a ramp compressed state, and thus multi-value response in wave speed that invalidates the free-surface to in-material velocity mapping step of ILA. By averaging all 15 data sets, a final result for the principal quasi-isentrope of tantalum in stress-strain was obtained to a peak longitudinal stress of 330 GPa with conservative uncertainty bounds of ±4.5% in stress. The result agrees well with a tabular equation of state developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory.« less
Bravo de la Parra, Rafael
Effects of density dependent sex allocation on the dynamics of a simultaneous hermaphroditic Available online 22 December 2009 Keywords: Sex-allocation model Sex-structured population dynamics Density model describing the dynamics of a population where sex allocation remains flexible throughout adult
MATHMATICS & APPLIED STATISTICS
Frey, Jesse C.
MATHMATICS & APPLIED STATISTICS Graduate Studies in Build Your Future with Graduate Study in Mathematics or Applied Statistics Our graduate programs can help you advance your career in education will deepen your knowledge and prepare you for further study. The Master of Science in Applied Statistics
International combustion engines; Applied thermosciences
Ferguson, C.R.
1985-01-01
Focusing on thermodynamic analysis - from the requisite first law to more sophisticated applications - and engine design, this book is an introduction to internal combustion engines and their mechanics. It covers the many types of internal combustion engines, including spark ignition, compression ignition, and stratified charge engines, and examines processes, keeping equations of state simple by assuming constant specific heats. Equations are limited to heat engines and later applied to combustion engines. Topics include realistic equations of state, stroichiometry, predictions of chemical equilibrium, engine performance criteria, and friction, which is discussed in terms of the hydrodynamic theory of lubrication and experimental methods such as dimensional analysis.
Freeman, Walter J III
2009-01-01
dynamic structures that emerge in cortical activity from modulation (AM) patterns emerge in the ECoG, which are
Hawai'i at Manoa, University of
Population dynamics and movements of skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis) in the Maldivian fishery du listao (Katsuwonus pelamis) dans la pęcherie des Maldives : analyse des données de marquage au
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Demkin, V. P.; Mel'nichuk, S. V.
2014-09-15
In the present work, results of investigations into the dynamics of secondary electrons with helium atoms in the presence of the reverse electric field arising in the flare of a high-voltage pulsed beam-type discharge and leading to degradation of the primary electron beam are presented. The electric field in the discharge of this type at moderate pressures can reach several hundred V/cm and leads to considerable changes in the kinetics of secondary electrons created in the process of propagation of the electron beam generated in the accelerating gap with a grid anode. Moving in the accelerating electric field toward the anode, secondary electrons create the so-called compensating current to the anode. The character of electron motion and the compensating current itself are determined by the ratio of the field strength to the concentration of atoms (E/n). The energy and angular spectra of secondary electrons are calculated by the Monte Carlo method for different ratios E/n of the electric field strength to the helium atom concentration. The motion of secondary electrons with threshold energy is studied for inelastic collisions of helium atoms and differential analysis is carried out of the collisional processes causing energy losses of electrons in helium for different E/n values. The mechanism of creation and accumulation of slow electrons as a result of inelastic collisions of secondary electrons with helium atoms and selective population of metastable states of helium atoms is considered. It is demonstrated that in a wide range of E/n values the motion of secondary electrons in the beam-type discharge flare has the character of drift. At E/n values characteristic for the discharge of the given type, the drift velocity of these electrons is calculated and compared with the available experimental data.
Yu, K.N.
, and water. Our objective was to develop a model to perform complete fluid dynamics and heat transfer cells. Specifically, the authors developed a three-phase-interaction model which was coupled with heat dynamics and heat transfer output variables, such as temperature, in three phases, i.e., air, helium gas
Lajimi, Seyed Amir Mousavi
2014-01-01
The nonlinear dynamics of a microbeam-rigid body gyroscope are investigated by using a continuation method. To study the nonlinear dynamics of the system, the Lagrangian of the system is discretized and the reduced-order model is obtained. By using the continuation method, the frequency-response curves are computed and the stability of response is determined.
INTRODUCTION APPLIED GEOPHYSICS
Merriam, James
GEOL 384.3 INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED GEOPHYSICS OUTLINE INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED GEOPHYSICS GEOL 384 unknowns; the ones we don't know we don't know. And if one looks throughout the history of geophysics he didn't really say geophysics. He said, " ... our country and other free countries ...". But I am
Applied Music Curriculum Guide
Kearfott, R. Baker
1 Applied Music Curriculum Guide The University of Louisiana at Lafayette School of Music #12;2 Revised Spring 2009 UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA, Lafayette SCHOOL OF MUSIC APPLIED MUSIC CURRICULUM GUIDE Dr. Garth Alper, Director DEGREES OFFERED Bachelor of Music with emphases in Performance, Theory
Price, James F.
This collection of three essays was developed from the author's experience teaching Fluid Dynamics of the Atmosphere and Ocean, 12.800, offered to graduate students entering the MIT/WHOI Joint Program in Oceanography. The ...
LaBry, Zachary Alexander
2015-01-01
One of the most difficult challenges facing the development of modern gas turbines-for power generation, and propulsion-is the mitigation of dynamic instabilities in the presence of efficiency and emissions constraints. ...
Lee, M.L.
Dynamic Mechanical Analyzer (DMA) was used to study the frequency dependence of storage and loss modulus of amorphous Pd??Ni??Cu??P?? alloy over a broad frequency range around its glass transition temperature. The amorphous ...
Analytical Chemistry Applied Mathematics
Heller, Barbara
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Tensor analysis applied to symmetrical components
Iriarte, Modesto
1949-01-01
tioni They assume values from 1 to H respeotivelya Further, assume that Z&a are oomponents of a tensor 5, then the set of equations (15b) oan also be written Qj = 1 Zjk (& gc) where again repeated indioes indioate susmation and j assusm values from... is the determinant of (36) i. ei, of 2 ~ 1 ol ~ &~&E~ ? (1st-Zaa-2 ac)c(pgd) - ( Z c a ? Za b + Z a&) C~ c Zoa. + Zac Zb& C? c. Coo~) ? (Zc4 ? Zob + Zoc) &c (q oc. ) ths ourrents in the individual ooils are given by the set of equations (isa). The problem has...
Conductivity as applied to water analysis
Godfrey, Truman M.
1913-05-15
, precision and simplicity. The hardness may be due either to carbonate of lime or csrbonate of magnesia, or both; and if it is neces sary to discriminate, a chemical analy sis must be made once for all. After that, periodic tests of conductivity..., the quant ity required may be ascertained by add ing lime in different proportions to the water and testing the conductivit ies. If the results are plotted as a curve connecting proportion of lime with conductivity, it will be found...
Integrated systems analysis applied to environmental remediation
Thayer, G.R.; Hardie, R.W.; Catherwood, R.; Springer, E.P.
1997-12-31
At the request of the Congressional Task Force on the Salton Sea and the Salton Sea Authority, the authors examined various technologies that have been proposed to reduce the decline in the Salton Sea. The primary focus of the technologies was to reduce the salinity of the Salton Sea, with secondary objectives of maintaining the present shoreline and to have a minimum cost. The authors found that two technologies, pump-out and diking, could provide the required salinity reduction. The pump-out option would result in a smaller Sea while to diking option would create a high salinity impoundment area in the Sea. The costs for the two options were similar. Desalination and pump-in; pump-out options were rejected because of high costs and because they did not provide a sufficient reduction in the salinity of the Salton Sea. The end product of the project was testimony before the Subcommittee on Water and Power, U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Resources, given October 3, 1997.
Neutron activation analysis applied to perspiration electrolytes
McAndrew, Robert Gavin
1969-01-01
steel "foil punch" about 7 /8-inch in diameter, which was cleaned thoroughly wit h alcohol and distilled water prior to usc. The disl s were stored in sealed polyethylene vials until used. It vtas recognized thai evaporation losses from the filter...
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KATAYUN (KATY) BARMAK Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics
Columbia University
MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES IEEE, Materials Research Society (MRS); American Physical Society (APS1 KATAYUN (KATY) BARMAK Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics Seeley W. Mudd. of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics, Columbia University 2011-present Philips Electronics Professor
Miller, Ari Parsons
2011-01-01
Biomimetics is the study and analysis of natural systems to inform engineering design and technology development. Through interdisciplinary research and analysis of natural phenomena, engineers are able to gain valuable ...
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School of Medicine01/09/14 #12;Define metacognition and explain its importance in teaching and learning, understand key genetic terms.) Next, apply knowledge to determine inheritance patterns and to formulate students presume that a best response strategy is to relate everything they know about a subject figuring
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Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee #12;ABSTRACT The dynamio behavior of the liquid-piston Stirling engine tuning line oscillations INTRODUCTION The dynamics of the liquid piston Stirling engine have been before the 18th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference IECEC '83 August 21-26, 1983
Presilla, Carlo
semiconductor double bar- riers1, in recent years many groups have studied the physics and device application of RT in semiconductor nanostructures2 · MBE allows one to control the layer thickness and tune its and demonstrated that the dynamical storage of electrons in the well leads to bistability in the current voltage
A Simulation Environment for the Dynamic Evaluation of Disaster Preparedness Policies
Swarup, Samarth
capturing dynamics. We have developed a data-centric simulation environment for applying a systems approach
Bondarenko, S V; Novikova, E A [Russian Federal Nuclear Center 'All-Russian Research Institute of Experimental Physics', Sarov, Nizhnii Novgorod region (Russian Federation); Dolgoleva, G V [M.V. Keldysh Institute for Applied Mathematics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow (Russian Federation)
2014-03-28
We report the results of numerical analysis of radiation dynamics (laser absorption and X-ray generation) by using SNDLIRA code in a combined box used in the X-ray opacity measurements on the 'Iskra-5' facility (laser radiation wavelength, ? = 0.66 ?m; laser pulse duration, ?{sub 0.5} ? 0.6 ns; and energy, 900 J). Combined boxes used in these experiments comprised three sections: two illuminators delivering laser radiation and a central diagnostic section with a test sample. We have proposed a scheme for step-by-step calculation of the heating dynamics of the sample under study in a three-section hohlraum. Two designs of a combined box, which differ in the ways the laser radiation is injected, are discussed. It is shown that the axial injection of the beams results in intense secondary laser irradiation of the illuminator edge which leads to its partial disruption and penetration of laser radiation into the central diagnostic section. In this case the sample under study is exposed to additional uncontrolled action of scattered laser radiation. Such an undesirable action may be avoided by using the lateral injection of the beams through four holes on the lateral side of the illuminators. For the latter case we have calculated the heating dynamics for the sample and found an optimal time delay for an X-ray probe pulse. (interaction of laser radiation with matter. laser plasma)
Simőes, Marcelo Godoy
mathematical model to de- scribe the transient behavior of a system of self-excited induction generators (SEIGs) operating in parallel and supplying a common load is proposed. Wind turbines with SEIGs are increasingly model. An aggregated model of a small wind power system is also proposed. This model was applied
Puliafito, Vito Azzerboni, Bruno; Finocchio, Giovanni; Torres, Luis; Ozatay, Ozhan
2014-05-07
Dynamical bubble-like solitons have been recently investigated in nanocontact-based spin-torque oscillators with a perpendicular free layer. Those magnetic configurations can be excited also in different geometries as long as they consist of perpendicular materials. Thus, in this paper, a systematic study of the influence of both external field and high current on that kind of dynamics is performed for a spin-valve point-contact geometry where both free and fixed layers present strong perpendicular anisotropy. The usage of the topological density tool highlights the excitation of complex bubble/antibubble configurations. In particular, at high currents, a deformation of the soliton and its simultaneous shift from the contact area are observed and can be ascribable to the Oersted field. Results provide further detailed information on the excitation of solitons in perpendicular materials for application in spintronics, magnonics, and domain wall logic.
Mastorides, T; Rivetta, C.; Fox, J.D.; Winkle, D.Van; /SLAC; Tytelman, D.; /Dimtel, Redwood City
2008-07-07
A dynamics simulation model is used to estimate limits of performance of the Positron-Electron Project (PEP-II). The simulation captures the dynamics and technical limitations of the Low Level Radio Frequency (LLRF) system, the high-power RF components and the low-order mode coupled bunch longitudinal beam dynamics. Simulation results showing the effect of non-linearities on the LLRF loops, and studies of the effectiveness of technical component upgrades are reported, as well as a comparison of these results with PEP-II measurements. These studies have led to the estimation of limits and determining factors in the maximum stored current that the Low Energy Ring/High Energy Ring (LER/HER) can achieve, based on system stability for different RF station configurations and upgrades. In particular, the feasibility of the PEP-II plans to achieve the final goal in luminosity, which required an increase of the beam currents to 4A for LER and 2.2A for HER, is studied. These currents are challenging in part because they would push the longitudinal low-order beam mode stability to the limit, and the klystron forward power past a level of satisfactory margin. An acceptable margin is defined in this paper, which in turn determines the corresponding klystron forward power limitation.
Entanglement dynamics in chaotic systems
Ghose, Shohini [Institute for Quantum Information Science, University of Calgary, Alberta, T2N 1N4 (Canada); Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87131 (United States); Sanders, Barry C. [Institute for Quantum Information Science, University of Calgary, Alberta, T2N 1N4 (Canada); Centre for Quantum Computer Technology, Macquarie University, Sydney, New South Wales (Australia)
2004-12-01
We study quantum chaos for systems with more than one degree of freedom, for which we present an analysis of the dynamics of entanglement. Our analysis explains the main features of entanglement dynamics and identifies entanglement-based signatures of quantum chaos. We discuss entanglement dynamics for a feasible experiment involving an atom in a magneto-optical trap and compare the results with entanglement dynamics for the well-studied quantum kicked top.
Eom, Taesung
2013-08-01
Steel Catenary Riser (SCR) is a popular solution for a floating production facility in the deep and ultra-deep ocean. In the analysis of SCR, the behavioral characteristics are investigated to check the failure modes by ...
Mathematical analysis of the global dynamics of a model for HTLV-I infection and ATL progression
Li, Michael
cells, whose growth is assumed to follow a classical logistic growth function. Our analysis establishes retrovirus with reverse transcriptase activity that leads to a DNA copy of the viral genome. The viral DNA
Journal of Applied Mathematics and ISSN 1598-5865
Mohseni, Kamran
1 23 Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computing ISSN 1598-5865 J. Appl. Math. Comput. DOI 10 Society for Computational and Applied Mathematics. This e-offprint is for personal use only and shall mathematical and numerical analysis of the method applied to the one-dimensional Burgers' and Euler equations
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Applied health physics projects The Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) provides applied health physics services to government agencies needing technical support...
Waggoner, L.O.
1998-02-05
The presentation focuses on some of the time-proven and new technologies being used to accomplish radiological work. These techniques can be applied at nuclear facilities to reduce radiation doses and protect the environment. The last reactor plants and processing facilities were shutdown and Hanford was given a new mission to put the facilities in a safe condition, decontaminate, and prepare them for decommissioning. The skills that were necessary to operate these facilities were different than the skills needed today to clean up Hanford. Workers were not familiar with many of the tools, equipment, and materials needed to accomplish:the new mission, which includes clean up of contaminated areas in and around all the facilities, recovery of reactor fuel from spent fuel pools, and the removal of millions of gallons of highly radioactive waste from 177 underground tanks. In addition, this work has to be done with a reduced number of workers and a smaller budget. At Hanford, facilities contain a myriad of radioactive isotopes that are 2048 located inside plant systems, underground tanks, and the soil. As cleanup work at Hanford began, it became obvious early that in order to get workers to apply ALARA and use hew tools and equipment to accomplish the radiological work it was necessary to plan the work in advance and get radiological control and/or ALARA committee personnel involved early in the planning process. Emphasis was placed on applying,ALARA techniques to reduce dose, limit contamination spread and minimize the amount of radioactive waste generated. Progress on the cleanup has,b6en steady and Hanford workers have learned to use different types of engineered controls and ALARA techniques to perform radiological work. The purpose of this presentation is to share the lessons learned on how Hanford is accomplishing radiological work.
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Lopez, A.R.; Hassan, B.; Oberkampf, W.L.; Neiser, R.A.; Roemer, T.J.
1996-09-01
The fluid and particle dynamics of a High-Velocity Oxygen-Fuel Thermal Spray torch are analyzed using computational and experimental techniques. Three-dimensional Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) results are presented for a curved aircap used for coating interior surfaces such as engine cylinder bores. The device analyzed is similar to the Metco Diamond Jet Rotating Wire (DJRW) torch. The feed gases are injected through an axisymmetric nozzle into the curved aircap. Premixed propylene and oxygen are introduced from an annulus in the nozzle, while cooling air is injected between the nozzle and the interior wall of the aircap. The combustion process is modeled using a single-step finite-rate chemistry model with a total of 9 gas species which includes dissociation of combustion products. A continually-fed steel wire passes through the center of the nozzle and melting occurs at a conical tip near the exit of the aircap. Wire melting is simulated computationally by injecting liquid steel particles into the flow field near the tip of the wire. Experimental particle velocity measurements during wire feed were also taken using a Laser Two-Focus (L2F) velocimeter system. Flow fields inside and outside the aircap are presented and particle velocity predictions are compared with experimental measurements outside of the aircap.
APPLIED TECHNOLOGY Strategic Plan Summary
Heller, Barbara
SCHOOL OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY Strategic Plan Summary #12;School of Applied Technology Strategic Plan Summary | 1 SCHOOL OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY STRATEGIC PLAN SUMMARY MISSION STATEMENT The mission Technology and Management program to achieve national visibility. #12;School of Applied Technology Strategic
Nanoindentation Under Dynamic Conditions
Wheeler, Jeffrey M
2009-05-22
and in analysis of the resulting data. Recent development has enabled investigation of materials under several dynamic conditions. The palladium-hydrogen system has a large miscibility gap, where the palladium lattice rapidly expands to form a hydrogen-rich ?...
Rahatgaonkar, P. S.; Datta, D.; Malhotra, P. K.; Ghadge, S. G. [Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd., R-2, Ent. Block, Nabhikiya Urja Bhavan, Anushakti Nagar, Mumbai - 400 094 (India)
2012-07-01
Prediction of groundwater movement and contaminant transport in soil is an important problem in many branches of science and engineering. This includes groundwater hydrology, environmental engineering, soil science, agricultural engineering and also nuclear engineering. Specifically, in nuclear engineering it is applicable in the design of spent fuel storage pools and waste management sites in the nuclear power plants. Ground water modeling involves the simulation of flow and contaminant transport by groundwater flow. In the context of contaminated soil and groundwater system, numerical simulations are typically used to demonstrate compliance with regulatory standard. A one-dimensional Computational Fluid Dynamics code GFLOW had been developed based on the Finite Difference Method for simulating groundwater flow and contaminant transport through saturated and unsaturated soil. The code is validated with the analytical model and the benchmarking cases available in the literature. (authors)
Sagar, Vikram; Sengupta, Sudip; Kaw, Predhiman [Institute for Plasma Research, Bhat, Gandhinagar 382428 (India)
2012-11-15
Dynamics of a charged particle is studied in the field of a relativistically intense linearly polarized finite duration laser pulse in the presence of a static axial magnetic field. For a finite duration laser pulse whose temporal shape is defined by Gaussian profile, exact analytical expressions are derived for the particle trajectory, momentum, and energy as function of laser phase. From the solutions, it is shown that, unlike for the monochromatic plane wave case, resonant phase locking time between the particle and laser pulse is finite. The net energy transferred to the particle does not increase monotonically but tends to saturate. It is further shown that appropriate tuning of cyclotron frequency of the particle with the characteristic frequency in the pulse spectrum can lead to the generation of accelerated particles with variable energies in MeV-TeV range.
Advanced Multivariate Analysis Tools Applied to Surface Analysis.
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Masson, Jean-Baptiste; Triller, Antoine
2015-01-01
In recent years Bayesian Inference has become an efficient tool to analyse single molecule trajectories. Recently, high density single molecule tagging, Langevin Equation modelling and Bayesian Inference [10] have been used to infer diffusion, force and potential fields at the full cell scale. In this short comment, we point out pitfalls [1, 2] to avoid in single molecule analysis in order to get unbiased results and reliable fields at various scales.
A. Benseny; G. Albareda; A. S. Sanz; J. Mompart; X. Oriols
2014-10-20
Bohmian mechanics provides an explanation of quantum phenomena in terms of point particles guided by wave functions. This review focuses on the formalism of non-relativistic Bohmian mechanics, rather than its interpretation. Although the Bohmian and standard quantum theories have different formalisms, both give exactly the same predictions for all phenomena. Fifteen years ago, the quantum chemistry community began to study the practical usefulness of Bohmian mechanics. Since then, the scientific community has mainly applied it to study the (unitary) evolution of single-particle wave functions, either by developing efficient quantum trajectory algorithms or by providing a trajectory-based explanation of complicated quantum phenomena. Here we present a large list of examples showing how the Bohmian formalism provides a useful solution in different forefront research fields for this kind of problems (where the Bohmian and the quantum hydrodynamic formalisms coincide). In addition, this work also emphasizes that the Bohmian formalism can be a useful tool in other types of (non-unitary and nonlinear) quantum problems where the influence of the environment or the global wave function are unknown. This review contains also examples on the use of the Bohmian formalism for the many-body problem, decoherence and measurement processes. The ability of the Bohmian formalism to analyze this last type of problems for (open) quantum systems remains mainly unexplored by the scientific community. The authors of this review are convinced that the final status of the Bohmian theory among the scientific community will be greatly influenced by its potential success in these type of problems that present non-unitary and/or nonlinear quantum evolutions. A brief introduction of the Bohmian formalism and some of its extensions are presented in the last part of this review.
Shchekinova, E.; Uzer, T. [Center for Nonlinear Science, School of Physics, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia 30332-0430 (United States); Chandre, C. [Centre de Physique Theorique-CNRS, Luminy, Case 907, 13288 Marseille Cedex 09 (France)
2006-10-15
The multiphoton ionization of hydrogen atoms in a strong elliptically polarized microwave field exhibits complex features that are not observed for ionization in circular and linear polarized fields. Experimental data reveal high sensitivity of ionization dynamics to the small changes of the field polarization. The multidimensional nature of the problem makes widely used diagnostics of dynamics, such as Poincare surfaces of section, impractical. We analyze the phase-space dynamics using the finite time stability analysis rendered by the fast Lyapunov indicators technique. The concept of zero-velocity surface is used to initialize the calculations and visualize the dynamics. Our analysis provides stability maps calculated for the initial energy at the maximum and below the saddle of the zero-velocity surface. We estimate qualitatively the dependence of ionization thresholds on the parameters of the applied field, such as polarization and scaled amplitude.
Haihua Zhao; Ling Zou; Hongbin Zhang; David Andrs; Richard Martineau
2014-04-01
The reactor core isolation cooling (RCIC) system in a boiling water reactor (BWR) provides makeup water to the reactor vessel for core cooling when the main steam lines are isolated and the normal supply of water to the reactor vessel is lost. It was one of the very few safety systems still available during the Fukushima Daiichi accidents after the tsunamis hit the plants and the system successfully delayed the core meltdown for a few days for unit 2 & 3. Therefore, detailed models for RCIC system components are indispensable to understand extended station black-out accidents (SBO) for BWRs. As part of the effort to develop the new generation reactor system safety analysis code RELAP-7, major components to simulate the RCIC system have been developed. This paper describes the models for those components such as turbine, pump, and wet well. Selected individual component test simulations and a simplified SBO simulation up to but before core damage is presented. The successful implementation of the simplified RCIC and wet well models paves the way to further improve the models for safety analysis by including more detailed physical processes in the near future.
Applying Mathematics.... ... to catch criminals
O'Leary, Michael
Applying Mathematics.... ... to catch criminals Mike O'Leary Department of Mathematics Towson University Stevenson University Kappa Mu Epsion 2008 Mike O'Leary (Towson University) Applying mathematics Department Mike O'Leary (Towson University) Applying mathematics to catch criminals September 10, 2008 2 / 42
Journal of Applied Ecology 2004
Holl, Karen
Journal of Applied Ecology 2004 41, 922933 © 2004 British Ecological Society Blackwell Publishing-scale, Sacramento River, succession, vegetation Journal of Applied Ecology (2004) 41, 922933 Introduction More than@ucsc.edu). #12;923 Riparian forest restoration © 2004 British Ecological Society, Journal of Applied Ecology, 41
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Journal of Applied Ecology 2002 39, 960970 © 2002 British Ecological Society Blackwell Science- tion, succession. Journal of Applied Ecology (2002) 39, 960970 Introduction Efforts to reclaim@ucsc.edu). #12;961 Vegetation on reclaimed mines © 2002 British Ecological Society, Journal of Applied Ecology
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Journal of Applied Ecology 2007 44, 748759 © 2007 The Authors. Journal compilation © 2007 British, distribution, edge, marbled murrelets, model transferability, old-growth Journal of Applied Ecology (2007) 44-nesting Alcid © 2007 The Authors. Journal compilation © 2007 British Ecological Society, Journal of Applied
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Agathos, Michalis; Li, Tjonnie G F; Broeck, Chris Van Den; Veitch, John; Vitale, Salvatore
2013-01-01
The direct detection of gravitational waves with upcoming second-generation gravitational wave detectors such as Advanced LIGO and Virgo will allow us to probe the genuinely strong-field dynamics of general relativity (GR) for the first time. We present a data analysis pipeline called TIGER (Test Infrastructure for GEneral Relativity), which is designed to utilize detections of compact binary coalescences to test GR in this regime. TIGER is a model-independent test of GR itself, in that it is not necessary to compare with any specific alternative theory. It performs Bayesian inference on two hypotheses: the GR hypothesis $\\mathcal{H}_{\\rm GR}$, and $\\mathcal{H}_{\\rm modGR}$, which states that one or more of the post-Newtonian coefficients in the waveform are not as predicted by GR. By the use of multiple sub-hypotheses of $\\mathcal{H}_{\\rm modGR}$, in each of which a different number of parameterized deformations of the GR phase are allowed, an arbitrarily large number of 'testing parameters' can be used with...
Mondal, Santanu; Chakrabarti, Sandip K
2014-01-01
We study accretion flow dynamics of Galactic transient black hole candidate (BHC) H 1743-322 during its 2010 outburst by analyzing spectral data using Two Component (Keplerian and sub-Keplerian) Advective Flow (TCAF) solution, after its inclusion in XSPEC as a local model. We compare our TCAF solution fitted results with combined disk black body and power-law model fitted results and find a similar smooth variation of thermal (Keplerian or disk black body) and non-thermal (power-law or sub-Keplerian) fluxes/rates in two types of model fits. For a spectral analysis, 2.5-25 keV spectral data from RXTE PCA instrument are used. From the TCAF solution fit, accretion flow parameters, such as Keplerian rate, sub-Keplerian rate, location of centrifugal pressure supported shock and strength of the shock are extracted, thus providing a deeper understanding of accretion process and properties of accretion disks around BHC H 1743-322 during its X-ray outburst. Based on the halo to disk accretion rate ratio (ARR), shock p...
Finding True Beliefs: Applying Rank-Dependent Expected Utility Theory
Chen, Yiling
-making that incorporates probability weighting and non-linear utility functions, to the analysis of the quadratic scoringFinding True Beliefs: Applying Rank-Dependent Expected Utility Theory to Proper Scoring Rules-value maximizers. Thus, we apply rank-dependent expected utility theory, a more general model of decision
Applied Mathematics College of Science MATH-BS
Kihara, Daisuke
Applied Mathematics College of Science MATH-BS Code-APMA Departmental/Program Major Courses (70 Of Nonlinear Systems For Engineering And The Sciences (3) Applied Math Selective: MA 42500 - Elements To Complex Analysis (3) Math/Statistics Selective: MA/STAT 41600 Probability or STAT 51600 - Basic
Applied Mathematics College of Science MATH-BS
Kihara, Daisuke
Applied Mathematics College of Science MATH-BS Code-APMA Departmental/Program Major Courses (79 Of Nonlinear Systems For Engineering And The Sciences (3) Applied Math Selective: MA 42500 - Elements To Complex Analysis (3) Math/Statistics Selective: MA/STAT 41600 Probability or STAT 51600 - Basic
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and they form the basis for the creation of validated submodels that bridge fundamental energy sciences with applied device engineering and optimization. Turbulent-combustion-lab...
CELLULAR AUTOMATA MODELS: A SANDPILE MODEL APPLIED IN FUSION
Anastasiadis, Anastasios
CELLULAR AUTOMATA MODELS: A SANDPILE MODEL APPLIED IN FUSION Anastasios Anastasiadis Institute present the basic properties of a simple cellular automaton (CA) model proposed for the study insights regarding the dynamics of magnetically confined plasmas. 1 CELLULAR AUTOMATA AND SELF ORGANIZED
Dynamical principles in neuroscience
Rabinovich, Mikhail I.; Varona, Pablo; Selverston, Allen I.; Abarbanel, Henry D. I.
2006-10-15
Dynamical modeling of neural systems and brain functions has a history of success over the last half century. This includes, for example, the explanation and prediction of some features of neural rhythmic behaviors. Many interesting dynamical models of learning and memory based on physiological experiments have been suggested over the last two decades. Dynamical models even of consciousness now exist. Usually these models and results are based on traditional approaches and paradigms of nonlinear dynamics including dynamical chaos. Neural systems are, however, an unusual subject for nonlinear dynamics for several reasons: (i) Even the simplest neural network, with only a few neurons and synaptic connections, has an enormous number of variables and control parameters. These make neural systems adaptive and flexible, and are critical to their biological function. (ii) In contrast to traditional physical systems described by well-known basic principles, first principles governing the dynamics of neural systems are unknown. (iii) Many different neural systems exhibit similar dynamics despite having different architectures and different levels of complexity. (iv) The network architecture and connection strengths are usually not known in detail and therefore the dynamical analysis must, in some sense, be probabilistic. (v) Since nervous systems are able to organize behavior based on sensory inputs, the dynamical modeling of these systems has to explain the transformation of temporal information into combinatorial or combinatorial-temporal codes, and vice versa, for memory and recognition. In this review these problems are discussed in the context of addressing the stimulating questions: What can neuroscience learn from nonlinear dynamics, and what can nonlinear dynamics learn from neuroscience?.
The Foundations of Applied Mathematics
Baez, John
The Foundations of Applied Mathematics John Baez Category-Theoretic Foundations of Mathematics Workshop May 5, 2013 #12;We often picture the flow of information about mathematics a bit like this: SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING APPLIED MATHEMATICS PURE MATHEMATICS FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS #12;Of course
Mapping molecular dynamics computations to hypercubes
Lakamsani, Vamsee Krishna
1993-01-01
This thesis proposes an approach for systematic modeling, mapping and performance analysis of a Grand Challenge application problem in computational biology called Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Proteins. Molecular Dynamics (MD) is an important...
Doctor of Applied Social Research Applied Social Research Pathway
Little, Tony
qualitative and quantitative data, taking account of reliability, validity and research ethics; - To develop · Advanced Quantitative Analysis · Advanced Qualitative Analysis · Thinking Sociologically · Advanced; - To design and complete a research thesis that adds significantly to knowledge and practice on a freely
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Spectral Analysis of Dynamical Systems
Bandtlow, Oscar
encouragement and guidance. His criticism, generosity, and patience have been present throughout the process- tional Solvay Institutes for Physics and Chemistry, Brussels, and I would like to express my deep
Spectral Analysis of Dynamical Systems
Bandtlow, Oscar
and guidance. His criticism, generosity, and patience have been present throughout the process of writing Solvay Institutes for Physics and Chemistry, Brussels, and I would like to express my deep gratitude
Endogenous and exogenous dynamics of pressure fluctuations in an impinging entrained-flow gasifier
Niu, Miao-Ren; Zhou, Wei-Xing; Wang, Fu-Chen; Yu, Zun-Hong
2007-01-01
On a laboratory-scale testing platform of impinging entrained-flow gasifier with two opposed burners, the pressure fluctuation signals were measured with a stainless steel water-cooled probe. Phenomenological investigations of the endogenous and exogenous dynamics in the fluctuations of pressure were carried out by performing the mean-variance analysis and separating the endogenous and exogenous components of the signals. Non-universal dynamics with power-law behaviors have been found not only in the original signals but also in their components. A new inequality was obtained showing that the exogenous exponent is smallest while the overall dynamic exponent is the largest. The results highlight that the dynamics of pressure fluctuations in the first fifteen minutes of the gasification process is driven dominantly by the ignition process. The method can be readily applied to the other multiphase systems like bubble column, fluidized bed, etc.
GRADUATE BOOKLET Physics / Applied Physics
Rock, Chris
GRADUATE BOOKLET Physics / Applied Physics This booklet contains rules, guidelines and general information about graduate studies in the Physics Department at Texas Tech University. It does not replace documents. Contents I. General Comments: Admission, general policies, deadlines, etc II. Minimum
Modeling applied to problem solving
Pawl, Andrew
We describe a modeling approach to help students learn expert problem solving. Models are used to present and hierarchically organize the syllabus content and apply it to problem solving, but students do not develop and ...
IIT SCHOOL OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY
Heller, Barbara
. MANUFACTURINGTECHNOLOGY. #12;BE A LEADER OF THE NEXT INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION. An undergraduate degree in IndustrialINDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT IIT SCHOOL OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRIAL OPERATIONS. RESOURCE MANAGEMENT. INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT. SUSTAINABILITY
Lee, Herbie
University of California, Santa Cruz, Applied Optics Grouphttp://photon.soe.ucsc.edu Nanoscale;University of California, Santa Cruz, Applied Optics Grouphttp://photon.soe.ucsc.edu Background Microfluidics Single molecule analysis Integrated optics Singleparticle Optofluidics Optofluidics: combination
SIAM conference on applications of dynamical systems
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1992-01-01
A conference (Oct.15--19, 1992, Snowbird, Utah; sponsored by SIAM (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics) Activity Group on Dynamical Systems) was held that highlighted recent developments in applied dynamical systems. The main lectures and minisymposia covered theory about chaotic motion, applications in high energy physics and heart fibrillations, turbulent motion, Henon map and attractor, integrable problems in classical physics, pattern formation in chemical reactions, etc. The conference fostered an exchange between mathematicians working on theoretical issues of modern dynamical systems and applied scientists. This two-part document contains abstracts, conference program, and an author index.
Final technical report [ACCELERATED MOLECULAR DYNAMICS SIMULATIONS OF REACTIVE HYDROCARBON SYSTEMS
Stuart, Steven J.
2014-02-25
The research activities in this project consisted of four different sub-projects. Three different accelerated dynamics techniques (parallel replica dynamics, hyperdynamics, and temperature-accelerated dynamics) were applied to the modeling of pyrolysis of hydrocarbons. In addition, parallel replica dynamics was applied to modeling of polymerization.
Susmita Roy; Subramanian Yashonath; Biman Bagchi
2015-01-08
A self-consistent mode coupling theory (MCT) with microscopic inputs of equilibrium pair correlation functions is developed to analyze electrolyte dynamics. We apply the theory to calculate concentration dependence of (i) time dependent ion diffusion, (ii) dynamic structure factor of the constituent ions, and (iii) ion solvation dynamics in electrolyte solution. Brownian dynamics (BD) with implicit water molecules and molecular dynamics (MD) method with explicit water are used to check the theoretical predictions. The time dependence of ionic self-diffusion coefficient and the corresponding dynamic structure factor evaluated from our MCT approach show quantitative agreement with early experimental and present Brownian dynamic simulation results. With increasing concentration, the dispersion of electrolyte friction is found to occur at increasingly higher frequency, due to the faster relaxation of the ion atmosphere. The wave number dependence of total dynamic structure factor F(k,t), exhibits markedly different relaxation dynamics at different length scales. At small wave numbers, we find the emergence of a step-like relaxation, indicating the presence of both fast and slow time scales in the system. Such behaviour allows an intriguing analogy with temperature dependent relaxation dynamics of supercooled liquids. We find that solvation dynamics of a tagged ion exhibits a power law decay at long times- the decay can also be fitted to a stretched exponential form. The emergence of the power law in solvation dynamics has been tested by carrying out long Brownian dynamics simulations with varying ionic concentrations. This solvation time correlation and ion-ion dynamic structure factor indeed exhibits highly interesting, non-trivial dynamical behaviour at intermediate to longer times that require further experimental and theoretical studies.
Nonlinear analysis of time series of vibration data from a friction brake: SSA, PCA, and MFDFA
Nikolay K. Vitanov; Norbert P. Hoffmann; Boris Wernitz
2014-10-23
We use the methodology of singular spectrum analysis (SSA), principal component analysis (PCA), and multi-fractal detrended fluctuation analysis (MFDFA), for investigating characteristics of vibration time series data from a friction brake. SSA and PCA are used to study the long time-scale characteristics of the time series. MFDFA is applied for investigating all time scales up to the smallest recorded one. It turns out that the majority of the long time-scale dynamics, that is presumably dominated by the structural dynamics of the brake system, is dominated by very few active dimensions only and can well be understood in terms of low dimensional chaotic attractors. The multi-fractal analysis shows that the fast dynamical processes originating in the friction interface are in turn truly multi-scale in nature.
IMPACT OF DYNAMIC VOLTAGE SCALING (DVS) ON CIRCUIT OPTIMIZATION
Esquit Hernandez, Carlos A.
2010-01-16
Circuit designers perform optimization procedures targeting speed and power during the design of a circuit. Gate sizing can be applied to optimize for speed, while Dual-VT and Dynamic Voltage Scaling (DVS) can be applied to optimize for leakage...
ICSE Workshop on Dynamic International Conference on Software Engineering
Ernst, Michael
Reiss and Manos Renieris Some Axioms and Issues in the UFO Dynamic Analysis Framework 45 Clinton Jeffery
THREE ESSAYS ON APPLIED ECONOMICS
Shin, Sang-Cheol
2010-01-16
In this dissertation three essays were presented. In the first two essays we measure the consumer welfare changes caused by U.S. meat price changes. In the third essay the dynamic structure of international gasoline prices using the time series...
Journal of Applied Ecology 2007
Fagan, William
Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI) data from satellite imagery. 3. A second-order logistic model that satellite estimates of vegetation productivity can be used successfully to generate dynamic habitat models in landscapes with highly variable resources, and demonstrated that intermediate NDVI values were critical
Journal of Applied Ecology 2001
Queensland, University of
of maintaining a low fuel load by using more frequent fire. 5. Because the cost of management was assumed, Ltd Using stochastic dynamic programming to determine optimal fire management for Banksia ornata M-making tool), to deter- mine optimal fire management strategies that incorporate trade-offs between biodiver
Johnston, Michael J., S.M. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2008-01-01
Most major organizational changes never reap the benefits the original planners envisioned, they often take longer to implement than expected and in a dynamic environment that can spell disaster for a large enterprise. The ...
Rich, Sarah Celeste
2008-01-01
Molecular dynamics simulations of the ceramic compound zirconolite (CaZrTi?O?), a potential crystalline wasteform host for plutonium, were carried out for ideal and experimental crystalline forms and a simulated molten ...
Applying for a Training Contract
, usual deadline is July 31, 2013 for entry in September 2015. Students should apply in the 2nd year aimed at 2nd year LLB students & final year non-law students. Competition for these places is often more will successfully complete the Legal Practice Course each year. From the point of view of the student, there can
Applied Sustainability Political Science 319
Young, Paul Thomas
1 Applied Sustainability Political Science 319 College of Charleston Spring 2013 Day/Time: TH 1 Address: fisherb@cofc.edu Office: 284 King Street, #206 (Office of Sustainability) Office Hours: by appt sustainability. It will focus on the development of semester-long sustainability projects, from conception
Journal of Applied Ecology 2006
Thomas, Len
Journal of Applied Ecology 2006 43, 377384 © 2006 The Authors. Journal compilation © 2006 British Ecological Society Blackwell Publishing Ltd METHODOLOGICAL INSIGHTS Point transect sampling with traps, Etive House, Beechwood Park, Inverness IV2 3BW, UK Summary 1. The ability to monitor abundance of animal
Applying the Continuous Monitoring Technical
by providing technical leadership for the nation's measurement and standards infrastructure. ITL develops tests of technical, physical, administrative, and management standards and guidelines for the cost-effective securityApplying the Continuous Monitoring Technical Reference Model to the Asset, Configuration
temperature heat pumps applied to
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Very high- temperature heat pumps applied to energy efficiency in industry Application of industrial heat pumps June 21 th 2012 J-L Peureux, E. Sapora, D. Bobelin EDF R&D #12;Achema 2012 Frankfurt There are thermal requirements in the industrial plant Treq Heat exchanger = Cons ~ 0 CO2 ~ -100% Treq
Applied Ocean Research (2013) Contents lists available at ScienceDirect
Sweetman, Bert
2013-01-01
as a viable contender for future offshore wind farm developments. The primary benefit of floating structuresApplied Ocean Research (2013) Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Applied Ocean Research journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/apor Multibody dynamics of floating wind turbines with large
Revealing highly complex elastic nonlinear (anelastic) behavior of Earth materials applying a new nonlinear (anelastic) behavior of Earth materials applying a new probe: Dynamic acoustoelastic testing, J nonlinear acoustics has led to the development of refined experimental method to measure material elastic
Loads Analysis of Several Offshore Floating Wind Turbine Concepts
Robertson, A. N.; Jonkman, J. M.
2011-10-01
This paper presents a comprehensive dynamic-response analysis of six offshore floating wind turbine concepts.
Essays in applied financial economics
Ruben, Erik Charles
2007-01-01
This dissertation is composed of three chapters. The first demonstrates that natural gas violates many of the simplifying assumptions frequently used in modeling its behavior. Careful analysis of futures contracts written ...
University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Agricultural & Applied Economics
Radeloff, Volker C.
. The model is used to analyze wholesale-retail price dynamics in the US butter market. The analysis provides is that retail prices do not respond very quickly to changes in market conditions. Under fluctuating market.g., Borenstein et al.; Peltzman; Miller and Hayenga). Peltzman finds strong evidence that in many markets retail
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FY 1990 Applied Sciences Branch annual report
Keyes, B.M.; Dippo, P.C.
1991-11-01
The Applied Sciences Branch actively supports the advancement of DOE/SERI goals for the development and implementation of the solar photovoltaic technology. The primary focus of the laboratories is to provide state-of-the-art analytical capabilities for materials and device characterization and fabrication. The branch houses a comprehensive facility which is capable of providing information on the full range of photovoltaic components. A major objective of the branch is to aggressively pursue collaborative research with other government laboratories, universities, and industrial firms for the advancement of photovoltaic technologies. Members of the branch disseminate research findings to the technical community in publications and presentations. This report contains information on surface and interface analysis, materials characterization, development, electro-optical characterization module testing and performance, surface interactions and FTIR spectroscopy.
ORISE: Applied health physics projects
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Sandia Energy - Applied Turbulent Combustion
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The arrow of time, complexity and the scale free analysis
Dhurjati Prasad Datta; Santanu Raut
2010-01-10
The origin of complex structures, randomness, and irreversibility are analyzed in the scale free SL(2,R) analysis, which is an extension of the ordinary analysis based on the recently uncovered scale free $C^{2^n-1}$ solutions to linear ordinary differential equations. The role of an intelligent decision making is discussed. We offer an explanation of the recently observed universal renormalization group dynamics at the edge of chaos in logistic maps. The present formalism is also applied to give a first principle explanation of 1/$f$ noise in electrical circuits and solid state devices. Its relevance to heavy tailed (hyperbolic) distributions is pointed out.
Coherent neutron scattering and collective dynamics on mesoscale
Novikov, Vladimir [ORNL; Schweizer, Kenneth S [ORNL; Sokolov, Alexei P [ORNL
2013-01-01
By combining, and modestly extending, a variety of theoretical concepts for the dynamics of liquids in the supercooled regime, we formulate a simple analytic model for the temperature and wavevector dependent collective density fluctuation relaxation time that is measurable using coherent dynamic neutron scattering. Comparison with experiments on the ionic glass-forming liquid Ca K NO3 in the lightly supercooled regime suggests the model captures the key physics in both the local cage and mesoscopic regimes, including the unusual wavevector dependence of the collective structural relaxation time. The model is consistent with the idea that the decoupling between diffusion and viscosity is reflected in a different temperature dependence of the collective relaxation time at intermediate wavevectors and near the main (cage) peak of the static structure factor. More generally, our analysis provides support for the ideas that decoupling information and growing dynamic length scales can be at least qualitatively deduced by analyzing the collective relaxation time as a function of temperature and wavevector, and that there is a strong link between dynamic heterogeneity phenomena at the single and many particle level. Though very simple, the model can be applied to other systems, such as molecular liquids.
Applied Mathematics BS, 2015-2016 Name ID# Date
Barrash, Warren
Applied Mathematics BS, 2015-2016 Name ID# Date Course Number and Title Credits Completed Mathematics I 3 MATH 275 Multivariable and Vector Calculus 4 CID MATH 287 Communication in the Mathematical To Computational Mathematics 3 FF MATH 401 Senior Thesis in the Mathematical Sciences 1 MATH 465 Numerical Analysis
Doctor of Applied Social Research Social Work Pathway
Little, Tony
services. SWKPCJ: Crime, Welfare and Justice: explores the risk of crime and the impact of social policyDASR Doctor of Applied Social Research Social Work Pathway · The programme is intended in social work and related social issues. It is directed towards building capacity in the analysis of policy
University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of Agricultural & Applied Economics
Radeloff, Volker C.
the relative strengths, and weaknesses, of local retail and service markets are identified. Introduction 1 to enhance local retail and service sales will be most interested in the performance of the markets within is to apply the tools of Trade Area Analysis (TAA) to retail and service sales data for Wisconsin counties
Applied Mathematics College of Science MATH-BS
Kihara, Daisuke
Applied Mathematics College of Science MATH-BS Code-APMA Departmental/Program Major Courses (79 II With Applications (3) Math Selective I: MA 36200 Topics In Vector Calculus/MA 44200 - Multivariate Systems For Engineering And The Sciences (3) Math Selective II: MA 42500 - Elements Of Complex Analysis
Horn, Berthold Klaus Paul
Dynamic reconstruction is a method for generating images or image sequences from data obtained using moving radiation detection systems. While coded apertures are used as examples of the underlying information collection ...
Milking the spherical cow: on aspherical dynamics in spherical coordinates
Pontzen, Andrew; Teyssier, Romain; Governato, Fabio; Gualandris, Alessia; Roth, Nina; Devriendt, Julien
2015-01-01
Galaxies and the dark matter halos that host them are not spherically symmetric, yet spherical symmetry is a helpful simplifying approximation for idealised calculations and analysis of observational data. The assumption leads to an exact conservation of angular momentum for every particle, making the dynamics unrealistic. But how much does that inaccuracy matter in practice for analyses of stellar distribution functions, collisionless relaxation, or dark matter core-creation? We provide a general answer to this question for a wide class of aspherical systems; specifically, we consider distribution functions that are "maximally stable", i.e. that do not evolve at first order when external potentials (which arise from baryons, large scale tidal fields or infalling substructure) are applied. We show that a spherically-symmetric analysis of such systems gives rise to the false conclusion that the density of particles in phase space is ergodic (a function of energy alone). Using this idea we are able to demonstra...
At the Intersection of Applied Formal Methods
Zimmerman, Daniel M.
of Technology University of Washington Tacoma NTU Graduate Seminar, - 7 January 2011 #12;Outline · Applied
Building Reliable Software Applied Formal Methods
Zimmerman, Daniel M.
Institute of Technology University of Washington Tacoma #12;Outline · Applied Formal Methods · Correctness
Image texture analysis of elastograms
Hussain, Fasahat
1999-01-01
and developed to make it a commercial product. 'This research applies image texture analysis to computer generated elastograms to obtain effective texture features. Four image analysis techniques, no-occurrence statistics, wavelet decomposition, frontal analysis...
Lectures on Applied Mathematics Part 2: Numerical Analysis
Bowen, Ray M.
2015-03-24
Ordinary Differential Equations……... 1033 Section 12.12 Forced Vibrations of Nonlinear Pendulum with Damping….. 1045 Section 12.13 Other Pendulum Examples………………………………….. 1067 APPENDIX A Introduction to MATLAB…………………………………………… 1097 Section A.1..., illustrate by examples elementary matrix computations. Trace: If A is an N N? matrix, that has been entered into the workspace of MATLAB, its trace, tr A , is calculated by entering trace(A)into the command window. Matrix Product: If A is an M N...
Lifetime Analysis at High Intensity Colliders Applied to the LHC
Salvachua, B; Bruce, R; Burkart, F; Redaelli, S; Valentino, G; Wollmann, D
2013-01-01
The beam lifetime is one of the main parameters to define the performance of a collider. In a super-conducting machine like the LHC, the lifetime determines the intensity reach for a given collimation cleaning. The beam lifetime can be calculated from the direct measurement of beam current. However, due to the noise in the beam current signal only an average lifetime over several seconds can be calculated. We propose here an alternative method, which uses the signal of the beam loss monitors in the vicinity of the primary collimators to get the instantaneous beam lifetime at the collimators. In this paper we compare the lifetime from the two methods and investigate the minimum lifetime over the LHC cycle for all the physics fills in 2011 and 2012. These data provide a reference for estimates of performance reach from collimator cleaning.
Behavioral Economics Applied to Energy Demand Analysis: A Foundation
Reports and Publications (EIA)
2014-01-01
Neoclassical economics has shaped our understanding of human behavior for several decades. While still an important starting point for economic studies, neoclassical frameworks have generally imposed strong assumptions, for example regarding utility maximization, information, and foresight, while treating consumer preferences as given or external to the framework. In real life, however, such strong assumptions tend to be less than fully valid. Behavioral economics refers to the study and formalizing of theories regarding deviations from traditionally-modeled economic decision-making in the behavior of individuals. The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) has an interest in behavioral economics as one influence on energy demand.
Behavioral Economics Applied to Energy Demand Analysis: A Foundation -
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Arzouni, Nibal
2012-10-19
of the unknown x-f spectrum of the dynamic images. tF is the temporal Fourier transform to make the signal sparse. R is the radon transform, and sF is the Fourier transform along the radial direction of the sinogram. M is the sampling operator along... backprojection like inverse radon transform. The quality of the composite image determines the quality of the reconstructed time frames. The different time frames are reconstructed by multiplying the composite image with the corresponding weighting...
Wang, Liang-Wei; Liu, Yu-Nan; Lyu, Ping-Chiang; Jackson, Sophie E.; Hsu, Shang-Te Danny
2015-01-01
is the gas constant and T is the sample temperature, which is 298 K. Theses parameters are subsequently used to calculate the free energy of unfolding associated with this reaction is follows: ! " G N #D = #RT ln k u H 2 O k f H 2 O... -values, which are indicative of parallel folding pathways, the same may also apply to wt HP0242. We next carried out an unconventional double-jump refolding experiment whereby the denatured protein was first refolded to intermediate state to build up...
Behavioral/Systems/Cognitive Inhibition Determines Membrane Potential Dynamics and
Destexhe, Alain
with computational models to investi- gate subthreshold dynamics of conductances and how conductance dynamics contribution to membrane potential fluctuations. Computational models predict that in such inhibition and unconscious cortical states. Key words: intracellular recordings; conductance analysis; cerebral cortex
Theoretical studies of combustion dynamics
Bowman, J.M. [Emory Univ., Atlanta, GA (United States)
1993-12-01
The basic objectives of this research program are to develop and apply theoretical techniques to fundamental dynamical processes of importance in gas-phase combustion. There are two major areas currently supported by this grant. One is reactive scattering of diatom-diatom systems, and the other is the dynamics of complex formation and decay based on L{sup 2} methods. In all of these studies, the authors focus on systems that are of interest experimentally, and for which potential energy surfaces based, at least in part, on ab initio calculations are available.
Fernandez, Eduardo
knowledge of fundamental and applied engineering subjects: fluid and solid mechanics, dynamics, hydrostatics System Design), students are required to have sound multi disciplinary knowledge of engineering' knowledge of engineering and science subjects and their achievement of technical skills based
Kunsman, David Marvin; Aldemir, Tunc (Ohio State University); Rutt, Benjamin (Ohio State University); Metzroth, Kyle (Ohio State University); Catalyurek, Umit (Ohio State University); Denning, Richard (Ohio State University); Hakobyan, Aram (Ohio State University); Dunagan, Sean C.
2008-05-01
This LDRD project has produced a tool that makes probabilistic risk assessments (PRAs) of nuclear reactors - analyses which are very resource intensive - more efficient. PRAs of nuclear reactors are being increasingly relied on by the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (U.S.N.R.C.) for licensing decisions for current and advanced reactors. Yet, PRAs are produced much as they were 20 years ago. The work here applied a modern systems analysis technique to the accident progression analysis portion of the PRA; the technique was a system-independent multi-task computer driver routine. Initially, the objective of the work was to fuse the accident progression event tree (APET) portion of a PRA to the dynamic system doctor (DSD) created by Ohio State University. Instead, during the initial efforts, it was found that the DSD could be linked directly to a detailed accident progression phenomenological simulation code - the type on which APET construction and analysis relies, albeit indirectly - and thereby directly create and analyze the APET. The expanded DSD computational architecture and infrastructure that was created during this effort is called ADAPT (Analysis of Dynamic Accident Progression Trees). ADAPT is a system software infrastructure that supports execution and analysis of multiple dynamic event-tree simulations on distributed environments. A simulator abstraction layer was developed, and a generic driver was implemented for executing simulators on a distributed environment. As a demonstration of the use of the methodological tool, ADAPT was applied to quantify the likelihood of competing accident progression pathways occurring for a particular accident scenario in a particular reactor type using MELCOR, an integrated severe accident analysis code developed at Sandia. (ADAPT was intentionally created with flexibility, however, and is not limited to interacting with only one code. With minor coding changes to input files, ADAPT can be linked to other such codes.) The results of this demonstration indicate that the approach can significantly reduce the resources required for Level 2 PRAs. From the phenomenological viewpoint, ADAPT can also treat the associated epistemic and aleatory uncertainties. This methodology can also be used for analyses of other complex systems. Any complex system can be analyzed using ADAPT if the workings of that system can be displayed as an event tree, there is a computer code that simulates how those events could progress, and that simulator code has switches to turn on and off system events, phenomena, etc. Using and applying ADAPT to particular problems is not human independent. While the human resources for the creation and analysis of the accident progression are significantly decreased, knowledgeable analysts are still necessary for a given project to apply ADAPT successfully. This research and development effort has met its original goals and then exceeded them.
Hamiltonian Dynamics of Preferential Attachment
Konstantin Zuev; Fragkiskos Papadopoulos; Dmitri Krioukov
2015-04-29
Prediction and control of network dynamics are grand-challenge problems in network science. The lack of understanding of fundamental laws driving the dynamics of networks is among the reasons why many practical problems of great significance remain unsolved for decades. Here we study the dynamics of networks evolving according to preferential attachment, known to approximate well the large-scale growth dynamics of a variety of real networks. We show that this dynamics is Hamiltonian, thus casting the study of complex networks dynamics to the powerful canonical formalism, in which the time evolution of a dynamical system is described by Hamilton's equations. We derive the explicit form of the Hamiltonian that governs network growth in preferential attachment. This Hamiltonian turns out to be nearly identical to graph energy in the configuration model, which shows that the ensemble of random graphs generated by preferential attachment is nearly identical to the ensemble of random graphs with scale-free degree distributions. In other words, preferential attachment generates nothing but random graphs with power-law degree distribution. The extension of the developed canonical formalism for network analysis to richer geometric network models with non-degenerate groups of symmetries may eventually lead to a system of equations describing network dynamics at small scales.
Stytz, M.R.
1989-01-01
The dissertation outlines development of a medical imaging machine which renders 3D images from voxel data within a MIMD multiprocessor architecture at interactive rates. Interactive performance is achieved using local dynamic selection of the optimum adaptive recursive hidden-surface removal algorithm. A survey of the medical imaging, graphics, and medical imaging modality literature is provided. A description of Computerized Technology, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Positron Emission Tomography, Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography, and Ultrasound imaging modalities is presented Previous work in 3D volume rendering graphics techniques and data models is introduced. Eleven medical imaging machines are examined with emphasis on characterization of the major innovation(s) and performance of each machine. A five stage image processing pipeline is described.
Academic Plan Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering
Toronto, University of
Academic Plan Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering University of Toronto 2011 to 2016 Approved by Faculty Council October 6, 2011 #12;Faculty of Applied Science & Engineering Academic Plan Table ........................................................................................... 13 Chapter 4: Educating Future Engineers
ANALYSIS AND APPLICATION OF INDUCTANCE IN CLOCK DISTRIBUTION NETWORKS
Hu, Xuchu
2012-01-01
applied in the AC analysis and non-linear circuit componentsanalysis build the circuit equations at different frequencies and solves the linearlinear analysis. While transient analysis solves circuit
Baer, Donald M.
1981-01-01
Comments on J. Michael's (1980) discussion on the flight from behavior analysis by looking positively upon the following points: The applied people are largely new personnel who are not quick to apply new basic findings and who do not relate...
Deep Vadose Zone Applied Field Research Initiative
Deep Vadose Zone Applied Field Research Initiative Fiscal Year 2012 Annual Report #12;Prepared Tasks 25 References 25 Appendix: FY2012 Products for the Deep Vadose Zone Applied Field Research Initiative Contents #12;Message from the Deep Vadose Zone- Applied Field Research Initiative Project Manager
Montana State University 1 Applied Mathematics
Maxwell, Bruce D.
Montana State University 1 Applied Mathematics Option M 171Q Calculus I 4 or M 181Q 348 Techniques of Applied Math I 3 M 349 Techniques of Applied Mathematics II 3 M 386R Software Applications in Mathematics 3 M 441 Numerical Linear Algebra & Optimization 3 M 442 Numerical Solution
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics
Bohner, Martin
Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics Most downloaded articles January - August 2004 1: a survey Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 141 (2002) 1-26 2. M. Z. Liu, M. H. Song and Z([t])*1 Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, 166 (2004) 361-370 3. S. Kutluay, A. Esen and I
Online Master of Science in Applied Psychology
Zhou, Xianghong Jasmine
Online Master of Science in Applied Psychology #12;Online Master of Science in Applied Psychology of psychology to today's changing business environment. On behalf of the University of Southern California, I Psychology online program. Here at USC, we recognize the importance of applying psychology in many areas
Dynamic of astrophysical jets in the complex octonion space
Zi-Hua Weng
2015-06-12
The paper aims to consider the strength gradient force as the dynamic of astrophysical jets, explaining the movement phenomena of astrophysical jets. J. C. Maxwell applied the quaternion analysis to describe the electromagnetic theory. This encourages others to adopt the complex quaternion and octonion to depict the electromagnetic and gravitational theories. In the complex octonion space, it is capable of deducing the field potential, field strength, field source, angular momentum, torque, force and so forth. As one component of the force, the strength gradient force relates to the gradient of the norm of field strength only, and is independent of not only the direction of field strength but also the mass and electric charge for the test particle. When the strength gradient force is considered as the thrust of the astrophysical jets, one can deduce some movement features of astrophysical jets, including the bipolarity, matter ingredient, precession, symmetric distribution, emitting, collimation, stability, continuing acceleration and so forth. The above results reveal that the strength gradient force is able to be applied to explain the main mechanical features of astrophysical jets, and is the competitive candidate of the dynamic of astrophysical jets.
Dynamic imaging with electron microscopy
Campbell, Geoffrey; McKeown, Joe; Santala, Melissa
2014-05-30
Livermore researchers have perfected an electron microscope to study fast-evolving material processes and chemical reactions. By applying engineering, microscopy, and laser expertise to the decades-old technology of electron microscopy, the dynamic transmission electron microscope (DTEM) team has developed a technique that can capture images of phenomena that are both very small and very fast. DTEM uses a precisely timed laser pulse to achieve a short but intense electron beam for imaging. When synchronized with a dynamic event in the microscope's field of view, DTEM allows scientists to record and measure material changes in action. A new movie-mode capability, which earned a 2013 R&D 100 Award from R&D Magazine, uses up to nine laser pulses to sequentially capture fast, irreversible, even one-of-a-kind material changes at the nanometer scale. DTEM projects are advancing basic and applied materials research, including such areas as nanostructure growth, phase transformations, and chemical reactions.
Porter, Mason A.
. 4, pp. 783807 Bose-Einstein Condensates in Superlattices Mason A. Porter and P. G. Kevrekidis- perlattices to study cigar-shaped BoseEinstein condensates (BECs) in such potentials. We examine spatially-temporally periodic patterns. Key words. BoseEinstein condensates, multiple scale perturbation theory, Hamiltonian
Ermentrout, G. Bard
Ermentrout Abstract. A model is presented of experiments where electrical stimulation of the eye of human recently been used to study the effects of electromagnetic radiation on the human nervous system [1 sufficiently strong and biased, which accounts for the movement of the lines in the experiments. Key words
of engineering problems including voltage regulators, DC motors, and servomechanisms [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 Engineering, Texas A & M University, Ross Street, College Station, TX 77845 (kalmarnagy@aero.tamu.edu, a0h7710
Applied Science Division annual report, Environmental Research Program FY 1983
Cairns, E.J.; Novakov, T.
1984-05-01
The primary concern of the Environmental Research Program is the understanding of pollutant formation, transport, and transformation and the impacts of pollutants on the environment. These impacts include global, regional, and local effects on the atmosphere and hydrosphere, and on certain aspects of human health. This multidisciplinary research program includes fundamental and applied research in physics, chemistry, engineering, and biology, as well as research on the development of advanced methods of measurement and analysis. During FY 1983, research concentrated on atmospheric physics and chemistry, applied physics and laser spectroscopy, combustion theory and phenomena, environmental effects of oil shale processing, freshwater ecology and acid precipitation, trace element analysis for the investigation of present and historical environmental impacts, and a continuing survey of instrumentation for environmental monitoring.
Single-Particle Dynamics in Electron Storage Rings with Extremely...
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order of reduction is expected. This requirement of ultra-low emittance presents many design challenges in beam dynamics, including better analysis of maps and improvement of...
NUCLEAR REACTORS; PIPES; SEISMIC EFFECTS; SUPPORTS; DYNAMIC LOADS...
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Limit analysis of pipe clamps Flanders, H.E. Jr. 22 GENERAL STUDIES OF NUCLEAR REACTORS; PIPES; SEISMIC EFFECTS; SUPPORTS; DYNAMIC LOADS; HEAT TRANSFER; HYDRAULICS; REACTOR SAFETY;...
Idealized Test Cases for Dynamical Core Experiments
Jablonowski, Christiane
Idealized Test Cases for Dynamical Core Experiments Christiane Jablonowski (University of Michigan-13/2006 #12;Motivation Â· Test cases for 3D dynamical cores on the sphere Â are hard to find in the literature groups Â lack standardized & easy-to-use analysis techniques Â· Idea: Establish a collection of test cases
Flexible dynamics of floating wind turbines
Luypaert, Thomas (Thomas J.)
2012-01-01
This work presents Tower Flex, a structural dynamics model for a coupled analysis of offshore floating wind turbines consisting of a tower, a floating platform and a mooring system. In this multi-body, linear frequency-domain ...
Dynamic stiffness of suction caissons -vertical vibrations
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Penny, Will
Hierarchical Dynamic Models Will Penny OU Processes Embedding OU(2) process Dynamic Models Hierarchical Dynamic Models Will Penny 26th May 2011 #12;Hierarchical Dynamic Models Will Penny OU Processes Dynamic Models Will Penny OU Processes Embedding OU(2) process Dynamic Models Generalised coordinates
A methodology for generating dynamic accident progression event trees for level-2 PRA
Hakobyan, A.; Denning, R.; Aldemir, T. [Ohio State Univ., Nuclear Engineering Program, 650 Ackerman Road, Columbus, OH 43202 (United States); Dunagan, S.; Kunsman, D. [Sandia National Laboratory, Albuquerque, NM 87185 (United States)
2006-07-01
Currently, the development and analysis of Accident Progression Event Trees (APETs) are performed in a manner that is computationally time consuming, difficult to reproduce and also can be phenomenologically inconsistent. A software tool (ADAPT) is described for automated APET generation using the concept of dynamic event trees. The tool determines the branching times from a severe accident analysis code based on user specified criteria for branching. It assigns user specified probabilities to every branch, tracks the total branch probability, and truncates branches based on the given pruning/truncation rules to avoid an unmanageable number of scenarios. While the software tool could be applied to any systems analysis code, the MELCOR code is used for this illustration. A case study is presented involving station blackout with the loss of auxiliary feedwater system for a pressurized water reactor. (authors)
Critiquing the Masters: Applying 3D Production Lighting Principles to Famous 2D Works of Art
Ford, Angelique
2012-10-19
This thesis demonstrates the effects of applying lighting principles developed for 3D computer graphics production to well-known historical 2D paintings. The visual analysis and cinematographic direction is derived from the iterative review...
Maxwell, Bruce D.
. Students in mathematics may use mathematical theory, computational techniques, algorithms, and the latest or for graduate work in mathematics, statistics, or scientific computing. The program demonstrates the utility in differential equations, applied mathematics, and numerical analysis. Graduates will be qualified
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Alumni & Industry Magazine Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry
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grease, waste animal fats, recycled veg- etable oils and agricultural seed oils into biodiesel. BioxAlumni & Industry Magazine Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry University of Toronto Volume 10
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Method for increasing the dynamic range of mass spectrometers
Belov, Mikhail; Smith, Richard D.; Udseth, Harold R.
2004-09-07
A method for enhancing the dynamic range of a mass spectrometer by first passing a sample of ions through the mass spectrometer having a quadrupole ion filter, whereupon the intensities of the mass spectrum of the sample are measured. From the mass spectrum, ions within this sample are then identified for subsequent ejection. As further sampling introduces more ions into the mass spectrometer, the appropriate rf voltages are applied to a quadrupole ion filter, thereby selectively ejecting the undesired ions previously identified. In this manner, the desired ions may be collected for longer periods of time in an ion trap, thus allowing better collection and subsequent analysis of the desired ions. The ion trap used for accumulation may be the same ion trap used for mass analysis, in which case the mass analysis is performed directly, or it may be an intermediate trap. In the case where collection is an intermediate trap, the desired ions are accumulated in the intermediate trap, and then transferred to a separate mass analyzer. The present invention finds particular utility where the mass analysis is performed in an ion trap mass spectrometer or a Fourier transform ion cyclotron resonance mass spectrometer.
Model reduction for nonlinear dynamical systems with parametric uncertainties
Zhou, Yuxiang Beckett
2012-01-01
Nonlinear dynamical systems are known to be sensitive to input parameters. In this thesis, we apply model order reduction to an important class of such systems -- one which exhibits limit cycle oscillations (LCOs) and ...
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15.872 System Dynamics II, Fall 2010
Sterman, John
15.872 is a continuation of 15.871 Introduction to System Dynamics. It emphasizes tools and methods needed to apply systems thinking and simulation modeling successfully in complex real-world settings. The course uses ...
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/65061 Continuum Mechanics Alan Turing G.209 Hazel (A) MATH65061 LECTURE MATH64051 Mathematical Methods (MAGIC022) Alan Turing Magic Room 1.213 Gajjar (J) LECTURE MATH44041/64041 Applied Dynamical Systems Univ Place 6.213 Glendinning (P) MATH64041 LECTURE MATH64051 Mathematical Methods (MAGIC022) Alan Turing Magic Room 1
FINITE VOLUME METHODS APPLIED TO THE COMPUTATIONAL MODELLING OF WELDING PHENOMENA
Taylor, Gary
1 FINITE VOLUME METHODS APPLIED TO THE COMPUTATIONAL MODELLING OF WELDING PHENOMENA Gareth A.Taylor@brunel.ac.uk ABSTRACT This paper presents the computational modelling of welding phenomena within a versatile numerical) and Computational Solid Mechanics (CSM). With regard to the CFD modelling of the weld pool fluid dynamics, heat
Gait Rehabilitation Therapy Using Robot Generated Force Fields Applied at the Pelvis
Mavroidis, Constantinos
Gait Rehabilitation Therapy Using Robot Generated Force Fields Applied at the Pelvis ABSTRACT The Robotic Gait Rehabilitation (RGR) Trainer was designed and built to target secondary gait deviations tissue dynamics. KEYWORDS: Force field, robotic gait rehabilitation, pelvis. 1 INTRODUCTION Each year
SIAM REVIEW c 2007 Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Vol. 49, No. 2, pp. 277299
Petzold, Linda R.
, AND RADU SERBAN ployed for industrial applications such as supersonic jet modeling [5], turbine flows [6SIAM REVIEW c 2007 Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Vol. 49, No. 2, pp. 277299 Error Estimation for Reduced-Order Models of Dynamical Systems Chris Homescu Linda R. Petzold Radu Serban§ Abstract
An order parameter equation for the dynamic yield stress in dense colloidal suspensions
Michio Otsuki; Shin-ichi Sasa
2006-08-02
We study the dynamic yield stress in dense colloidal suspensions by analyzing the time evolution of the pair distribution function for colloidal particles interacting through a Lennard-Jones potential. We find that the equilibrium pair distribution function is unstable with respect to a certain anisotropic perturbation in the regime of low temperature and high density. By applying a bifurcation analysis to a system near the critical state at which the stability changes, we derive an amplitude equation for the critical mode. This equation is analogous to order parameter equations used to describe phase transitions. It is found that this amplitude equation describes the appearance of the dynamic yield stress, and it gives a value of 2/3 for the shear thinning exponent. This value is related to the mean field value of the critical exponent $\\delta$ in the Ising model.
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Disease management Applying Stylet Oil, Sulforix or
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1 Disease management Applying Stylet Oil, Sulforix or Armicarb now to vines with powdery mildew will reduce disease pressure next year. Do not apply Sulforix to sulfur-sensitive grapes. Bunch rots are best controlled by leaf pulling, but application of Fungastop may help reduce sour rot. Insect management Low
Nuclear Facilities and Applied Technologies at Sandia
Wheeler, Dave; Kaiser, Krista; Martin, Lonnie; Hanson, Don; Harms, Gary; Quirk, Tom
2014-11-28
The Nuclear Facilities and Applied Technologies organization at Sandia National Laboratories’ Technical Area Five (TA-V) is the leader in advancing nuclear technologies through applied radiation science and unique nuclear environments. This video describes the organization’s capabilities, facilities, and culture.
Fast Thermal Simulation for Architecture Level Dynamic Thermal Management
Tan, Sheldon X.-D.
Fast Thermal Simulation for Architecture Level Dynamic Thermal Management Pu Liu, Zhenyu Qi, Hang temperature by dynamic thermal managements becomes necessary. This paper proposes a novel approach to the thermal analysis at chip architecture level for efficient dynamic thermal management. Our new approach
van der Waerden's Theorem and Topological Dynamics Proof Mining
Gerhardy, Philipp
van der Waerden's Theorem and Topological Dynamics Proof Mining Proof Analysis Conclusion Proof Mining in Topological Dynamics Philipp Gerhardy Department of Mathematics University of Oslo Logic Colloquium 2008, Bern, Switzerland, July 3-8. Philipp Gerhardy Proof Mining in Topological Dynamics #12;van
ENSO dynamics: low-dimensional-chaotic or stochastic?
Zivkovic, Tatjana
2012-01-01
We apply a test for low-dimensional, deterministic dynamics to the Nino 3 time series for the El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO). The test is negative, indicating that the dynamics is high-dimensional/stochastic. However, application of stochastic forcing to a time-delay equation for equatorial-wave dynamics can reproduce this stochastic dynamics and other important aspects of ENSO. Without such stochastic forcing this model yields low-dimensional, deterministic dynamics, hence these results emphasize the importance of the stochastic nature of the atmosphere-ocean interaction in low-dimensional models of ENSO.
Shortcuts to Financial Analysis
Larson, R. J.
1985-01-01
. Shortcut methods allow identification of potentially attractive and unattractive ideas. They also allow quick selection between alternative solutions to the same problem. Therefore, thorough analysis is applied to those proposals which are most likely...
Yasuda, Shugo
2015-01-01
The Synchronized Molecular-Dynamics simulation which was recently proposed by authors [Phys. Rev. X {\\bf 4}, 041011 (2014)] is applied to the analysis of polymer lubrication between parallel plates. The rheological properties, conformational change of polymer chains, and temperature rise due to the viscous heating are investigated with changing the values of thermal conductivity of the polymeric liquid. It is found that at a small applied shear stress on the plate, the temperature of polymeric liquid only slightly increases in inverse proportion to the thermal conductivity and the apparent viscosity of polymeric liquid is not much affected by changing the thermal conductivity. However, at a large shear stress, the transitional behaviors of the polymeric liquid occur due to the interplay of the shear deformation and viscous heating by changing the thermal conductivity. This transition is characterized by the Nahme-Griffith number $Na$ which is defined as the ratio of the viscous heating to the thermal conducti...
Rafael Brada; Mordehai Milgrom
1998-12-21
We have recently discovered that the modified dynamics (MOND) implies some universal upper bound on the acceleration that can be contributed by a `dark halo'--assumed in a Newtonian analysis to account for the effects of MOND. Not surprisingly, the limit is of the order of the acceleration constant of the theory. This can be contrasted directly with the results of structure-formation simulations. The new limit is substantial and different from earlier MOND acceleration limits (discussed in connection with the MOND explanation of the Freeman law for galaxy disks, and the Fish law for ellipticals): It pertains to the `halo', and not to the observed galaxy; it is absolute, and independent of further physical assumptions on the nature of the galactic system; and it applies at all radii, whereas the other limits apply only to the mean acceleration in the system.
Dynamic tuning of chemiresistor sensitivity using mechanical strain
Martin, James E; Read, Douglas H
2014-09-30
The sensitivity of a chemiresistor sensor can be dynamically tuned using mechanical strain. The increase in sensitivity is a smooth, continuous function of the applied strain, and the effect can be reversible. Sensitivity tuning enables the response curve of the sensor to be dynamically optimized for sensing analytes, such as volatile organic compounds, over a wide concentration range.
Stochastic Embedding of Dynamical Systems Jacky CRESSON and Sebastien DARSES
Stochastic Embedding of Dynamical Systems Jacky CRESSON and SÂ´ebastien DARSES Institut des Hautes;Stochastic embedding of dynamical systems Jacky CRESSON SÂ´ebastien DARSES UniversitÂ´e de Pau et des Pays de l for the stochastic embedding of ordinary differential equations. We apply this method to Lagrangian systems
Ris-R-1453(EN) Optics and Fluid Dynamics
Risř-R-1453(EN) Optics and Fluid Dynamics Department Annual Progress Report for 2003 Edited by H May 2004 #12;Abstract The Optics and Fluid Dynamics Department performs basic and applied research within three scientific programmes: (1) laser systems and optical materials, (2) optical diagnostics
Ris-R-1314(EN) Optics and Fluid Dynamics
Risř-R-1314(EN) Optics and Fluid Dynamics Department Annual Progress Report for 2001 Edited by H March 2002 #12;Abstract The Optics and Fluid Dynamics Department performs basic and applied research within three scientific programmes: (1) laser systems and optical materials, (2) optical diagnostics
Ris-R-1399(EN) Optics and Fluid Dynamics
Risř-R-1399(EN) Optics and Fluid Dynamics Department Annual Progress Report for 2002 Edited by H May 2003 #12;Abstract The Optics and Fluid Dynamics Department performs basic and applied research within three scientific programmes: (1) laser systems and optical materials, (2) optical diagnostics
MATH3395: Dynamical Systems Dr A.M. Rucklidge
Rucklidge, Alastair
MATH3395: Dynamical Systems Dr A.M. Rucklidge 8.18g, Department of Applied Mathematics A.M.Rucklidge at leeds.ac.uk This course continues the study of nonlinear dynamics begun in MATH2390/2391, but for maps example) MATH2390/2391. Basic linear algebra is required, and there will be some use of the notion
Dynamic Modelling for Control of Fuel Cells Federico Zenith
Skogestad, Sigurd
Dynamic Modelling for Control of Fuel Cells Federico Zenith Sigurd Skogestad Department of Chemical Engineering Norwegian University of Science and Technology ( ntnu) Trondheim Abstract Fuel-cell dynamics have been investigated with a variable-resistance board applied to a high temperature polymer fuel cell
Structure, dynamics, and function of biomolecules
Frauenfelder, H.; Berendzen, J.R.; Garcia, A.; Gupta, G.; Olah, G.A.; Terwilliger, T.C.; Trewhella, J.; Wood, C.C.; Woodruff, W.H.
1998-11-01
This is the final report of a three-year, Laboratory Directed Research and Development (LDRD) project at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). The authors enhanced Los Alamos' core competency in Bioscience and Biotechnology by building on present strengths in experimental techniques, theory, high-performance computing, modeling, and simulation applied to biomolecular structure, dynamics, and function. Specifically, the authors strengthened their capabilities in neutron/x-ray scattering, x-ray crystallography, NMR, laser, and optical spectroscopies. Initially they focused on supporting the Los alamos Neutron Science Center (LANSCE) in the design and implementation of new neutron scattering instrumentation, they developed new methods for analysis of scattering data, and they developed new projects to study the structures of biomolecular complexes. The authors have also worked to strengthen interactions between theory and experiment, and between the biological and physical sciences. They sponsored regular meetings of members from all interested LANL technical divisions, and supported two lecture series: ''Biology for Physicists'' and ''Issues in Modern Biology''. They also supported the formation of interdisciplinary/inter-divisional teams to develop projects in science-based bioremediation and an integrated structural biology resource. Finally, they successfully worked with a multidisciplinary team to put forward the Laboratory's Genome and Beyond tactical goal.
Dynamical Symmetries Reflected in Realistic Interactions
Sviratcheva, K.D.; Draayer, J.P.; /Louisiana State U.; Vary, J.P.; /Iowa State U. /LLNL, Livermore /SLAC
2007-04-06
Realistic nucleon-nucleon (NN) interactions, derived within the framework of meson theory or more recently in terms of chiral effective field theory, yield new possibilities for achieving a unified microscopic description of atomic nuclei. Based on spectral distribution methods, a comparison of these interactions to a most general Sp(4) dynamically symmetric interaction, which previously we found to reproduce well that part of the interaction that is responsible for shaping pairing-governed isobaric analog 0{sup +} states, can determine the extent to which this significantly simpler model Hamiltonian can be used to obtain an approximate, yet very good description of low-lying nuclear structure. And furthermore, one can apply this model in situations that would otherwise be prohibitive because of the size of the model space. In addition, we introduce a Sp(4) symmetry breaking term by including the quadrupole-quadrupole interaction in the analysis and examining the capacity of this extended model interaction to imitate realistic interactions. This provides a further step towards gaining a better understanding of the underlying foundation of realistic interactions and their ability to reproduce striking features of nuclei such as strong pairing correlations or collective rotational motion.
Efficient Systematic Testing for Dynamically Updatable Software
Hicks, Michael
could be ap- plied, we define an update test tµ that runs t on the old version of P and applies at µ or feature addition), we can construct a hybrid update test that accepts both the old and the new versionEfficient Systematic Testing for Dynamically Updatable Software Christopher M. Hayden Eric A
Laser spectroscopy and dynamics of transient species
Clouthier, D.J.
1993-12-01
The goal of this program is to study the vibrational and electronic spectra and excited state dynamics of a number of transient sulfur and oxygen species. A variety of supersonic jet techniques, as well as high resolution FT-IR and intracavity dye laser spectroscopy, have been applied to these studies.
Estimating the uncertainty in underresolved nonlinear dynamics
Chorin, Alelxandre; Hald, Ole
2013-06-12
The Mori-Zwanzig formalism of statistical mechanics is used to estimate the uncertainty caused by underresolution in the solution of a nonlinear dynamical system. A general approach is outlined and applied to a simple example. The noise term that describes the uncertainty turns out to be neither Markovian nor Gaussian. It is argued that this is the general situation.
Zhou, Ning; Huang, Zhenyu; Meng, Da; Elbert, Stephen T.; Wang, Shaobu; Diao, Ruisheng
2014-03-31
With the increasing complexity resulting from uncertainties and stochastic variations introduced by intermittent renewable energy sources, responsive loads, mobile consumption of plug-in vehicles, and new market designs, more and more dynamic behaviors are observed in everyday power system operation. To operate a power system efficiently and reliably, it is critical to adopt a dynamic paradigm so that effective control actions can be taken in time. The dynamic paradigm needs to include three fundamental components: dynamic state estimation; look-ahead dynamic simulation; and dynamic contingency analysis (Figure 1). These three components answer three basic questions: where the system is; where the system is going; and how secure the system is against accidents. The dynamic state estimation provides a solid cornerstone to support the other 2 components and is the focus of this study.
Complex Systems Dynamics (CoSyDy) Meeting, Leeds 5th "Complexity in Economics and Social Dynamics"
Wirosoetisno, Djoko
Complex Systems Dynamics (CoSyDy) Meeting, Leeds 5th June 2013 "Complexity in Economics and Social Dynamics" Organiser: Dr. Mauro Mobilia (Applied Maths, Leeds) Directions: http://www.maths.leeds.ac.uk/home/visit-us.html and http://www.maths.leeds.ac.uk/fileadmin/user_upload/directions_2011-12.pdf Tentative programme All talks
Roadmap: Applied Engineering Applied Engineering and Technology Management Bachelor of Science
Sheridan, Scott
Roadmap: Applied Engineering Applied Engineering and Technology Management Bachelor of Science2013 Page 1 of 2 | Last Updated: 21-May-12/JS This roadmap is a recommended semester-by-semester plan TECH 43550 Computer-Aided Manufacturing 3 General Elective 6 #12;Roadmap: Applied Engineering
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MSc Applied Mathematics Stochastic Operations Research
Boucherie, Richard J.
MSc Applied Mathematics Stochastic Operations Research Richard Boucherie #12;20150106Stochastic Operations Research #12;Stochastic Operations Research: Team http://www.utwente.nl/ewi/sor/staff/ 20150106Stochastic Operations Research #12;Operations Research: The World http
Applying Ethical Principles to Information and Communication
California at San Diego, University of
Applying Ethical Principles to Information and Communication Technology Research A Companion Clayman, DHS Science & Technology · John Heidemann, University of California, ISI · Douglas Maughan, DHS Science & Technology · Jenny McNeill, SRI International · Peter Neumann, SRI International · Charlotte
Fluid Bed Combustion Applied to Industrial Waste
Mullen, J. F.; Sneyd, R. J.
1985-01-01
Because of its unique ability to handle a wide variety of liquids and solids in an energy efficient and environmentally acceptable manner, fluid bed combustion is being increasingly applied to the utilization of waste materials and low grade fuels...
A. La Rosa Lecture Notes APPLIED OPTICS
light energy is transmitted from one point to another in an optical system. 2. Classical theoryA. La Rosa Lecture Notes APPLIED OPTICS ________________________________________________________________________ 11.1 Optics in different regimes The electromagnetic spectrum From: http
Applied Fluid Mechanics I) Course goals
Leu, Tzong-Shyng "Jeremy"
design. #12;2 Textbook " Applied Fluid Mechanics" by Robert L. Mott, Sixth Edition in SI unit 1 Exam 30 Final Exam 30 (Total of 100) (30%)(&10%) () PDF lecture notes if any can be downloaded from
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Dynamic defense workshop : from research to practice.
Crosby, Sean Michael; Doak, Justin E.; Haas, Jason J.; Helinski, Ryan; Lamb, Christopher C.
2013-02-01
On September 5th and 6th, 2012, the Dynamic Defense Workshop: From Research to Practice brought together researchers from academia, industry, and Sandia with the goals of increasing collaboration between Sandia National Laboratories and external organizations, de ning and un- derstanding dynamic, or moving target, defense concepts and directions, and gaining a greater understanding of the state of the art for dynamic defense. Through the workshop, we broadened and re ned our de nition and understanding, identi ed new approaches to inherent challenges, and de ned principles of dynamic defense. Half of the workshop was devoted to presentations of current state-of-the-art work. Presentation topics included areas such as the failure of current defenses, threats, techniques, goals of dynamic defense, theory, foundations of dynamic defense, future directions and open research questions related to dynamic defense. The remainder of the workshop was discussion, which was broken down into sessions on de ning challenges, applications to host or mobile environments, applications to enterprise network environments, exploring research and operational taxonomies, and determining how to apply scienti c rigor to and investigating the eld of dynamic defense.
Bifurcation and chaos in spin-valve pillars in a periodic applied magnetic field
S. Murugesh; M. Lakshmanan
2009-10-20
We study the bifurcation and chaos scenario of the macro-magnetization vector in a homogeneous nanoscale-ferromagnetic thin film of the type used in spin-valve pillars. The underlying dynamics is described by a generalized Landau-Lifshitz-Gilbert (LLG) equation. The LLG equation has an especially appealing form under a complex stereographic projection, wherein the qualitative equivalence of an applied field and a spin-current induced torque is transparent. Recently chaotic behavior of such a spin vector has been identified by Zhang and Li using a spin polarized current passing through the pillar of constant polarization direction and periodically varying magnitude, owing to the spin-transfer torque effect. In this paper we show that the same dynamical behavior can be achieved using a periodically varying applied magnetic field, in the presence of a constant DC magnetic field and constant spin current, which is technically much more feasible, and demonstrate numerically the chaotic dynamics in the system for an infinitely thin film. Further, it is noted that in the presence of a nonzero crystal anisotropy field chaotic dynamics occurs at much lower magnitudes of the spin-current and DC applied field.
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Kaup, David J.
Alexander Tovbis, Nonlinear Dynamics Jiongmin Yong, Stochastic Analysis, Control Cynthia Young, Laser sciences. The courses are offered in a collegial, friendly environment with small classes and high student
Henderson, Gregory Lane
1994-01-01
A force measurement dynamometer has been constructed which will be the primary instrument used to measure the dynamic forces applied by a magnetic bearing to a rotating shaft. The dynamometer consists of two force measurement assemblies, named...
An Analytical Study of a Structured Overlay in the presence of Dynamic Membership
Krishnamurthy, Supriya; Aurell, Erik; Haridi, Seif
2007-01-01
In this paper we present an analytical study of dynamic membership (aka churn) in structured peer-to-peer networks. We use a fluid model approach to describe steady-state or transient phenomena, and apply it to the Chord system. For any rate of churn and stabilization rates, and any system size, we accurately account for the functional form of the probability of network disconnection as well as the fraction of failed or incorrect successor and finger pointers. We show how we can use these quantities to predict both the performance and consistency of lookups under churn. All theoretical predictions match simulation results. The analysis includes both features that are generic to structured overlays deploying a ring as well as Chord-specific details, and opens the door to a systematic comparative analysis of, at least, ring-based structured overlay systems under churn.
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Josep Sardanyés; Carla Rodrigues; Cristina Januário; Nuno Martins; Gabriel Gil-Gómez; Jorge Duarte
2014-11-28
In this article we provide homotopy solutions of a cancer nonlinear model describing the dynamics of tumor cells in interaction with healthy and effector immune cells. We apply a semi-analytic technique for solving strongly nonlinear systems - the Step Homotopy Analysis Method (SHAM). This algorithm, based on a modification of the standard homotopy analysis method (HAM), allows to obtain a one-parameter family of explicit series solutions. By using the homotopy solutions, we first investigate the dynamical effect of the activation of the effector immune cells in the deterministic dynamics, showing that an increased activation makes the system to enter into chaotic dynamics via a period-doubling bifurcation scenario. Then, by adding demographic stochasticity into the homotopy solutions, we show, as a difference from the deterministic dynamics, that an increased activation of the immune cells facilitates cancer clearance involving tumor cells extinction and healthy cells persistence. Our results highlight the importance of therapies activating the effector immune cells at early stages of cancer progression.
Dynamical Interactions of Planetary Systems in Dense Stellar Environments
John M. Fregeau; Sourav Chatterjee; Frederic A. Rasio
2005-11-23
We study dynamical interactions of star--planet binaries with other single stars. We derive analytical cross sections for all possible outcomes, and confirm them with numerical scattering experiments. We find that a wide mass ratio in the binary introduces a region in parameter space that is inaccessible to comparable-mass systems, in which the nature of the dynamical interaction is fundamentally different from what has traditionally been considered in the literature on binary scattering. We study the properties of the planetary systems that result from the scattering interactions for all regions of parameter space, paying particular attention to the location of the "hard--soft" boundary. The structure of the parameter space turns out to be significantly richer than a simple statement of the location of the "hard--soft" boundary would imply. We consider the implications of our findings, calculating characteristic lifetimes for planetary systems in dense stellar environments, and applying the results to previous analytical studies, as well as past and future observations. Recognizing that the system PSR B1620-26 in the globular cluster M4 lies in the "new" region of parameter space, we perform a detailed analysis quantifying the likelihood of different scenarios in forming the system we see today.
Combined Static and Dynamic Mutability Analysis
Artzi, Shay
2007-03-23
Knowing which method parameters may be mutated during a method's execution is useful for many software engineering tasks. We present an approach to discovering parameter immutability, in which several lightweight, scalable ...
Dynamic stability margin analysis on SRAM
Ho, Yenpo
2009-05-15
)V th1 and V th3 Decrease By 33%; (c) K1 and K3 Increase By 20%; (d) K1 and K3 Decrease By 20% ........ 42 3-15 Example of 0th Order Effect on Symmetrical Change on Multiple Pairs of Parameters...-20 Varying Only K Values When n is (a) 20; (b) 40; (c) 60; (d) 80. .............. 48 3-21 Varying V th and K Values at n=70. ............................................................ 49 4-1 The Region Plot...
Analysis of Stochastic Dual Dynamic Programming Method
2010-05-29
Abstract. In this paper we discuss statistical properties and convergence of the .... For a ? R, [a]+ := max{0,a}. ... Problem (2.2) is a linear programming problem.
A probability current analysis of energy transport in open quantum systems
Jan J. J. Roden; K. Birgitta Whaley
2015-01-24
We introduce a probability current analysis of excitation energy transfer between states of an open quantum system. Expressing the energy transfer through currents of excitation probability between the states in a site representation enables us to gain key insights into the energy transfer dynamics. It allows to, i) identify the pathways of energy transport in large networks of sites and to quantify their relative weights, ii) quantify the respective contributions of unitary dynamics, dephasing, and relaxation/dissipation processes to the energy transfer, and iii) quantify the contribution of coherence to the energy transfer. Our analysis is general and can be applied to a broad range of open quantum system descriptions (with coupling to non-Markovian environments) in a straightforward manner.
Method of applying coatings to substrates
Hendricks, Charles D. (Livermore, CA)
1991-01-01
A method for applying novel coatings to substrates is provided. The ends of multiplicity of rods of different materials are melted by focused beams of laser light. Individual electric fields are applied to each of the molten rod ends, thereby ejecting charged particles that include droplets, atomic clusters, molecules, and atoms. The charged particles are separately transported, by the accelerations provided by electric potentials produced by an electrode structure, to substrates where they combine and form the coatings. Layered and thickness graded coatings comprised of hithereto unavailable compositions, are provided.
Three Applied Essays in Development Economics
Kapoor, Shruti
2009-01-01
in the analysis, India 1991 & 2001 Descriptive Statistics ofDistrict Level Vital Statistics in India’, InternationalDescriptive Statistics of District Level Variables, India
Nonlinear multivariate analysis of Neurophysiological Signals
Ernesto Pereda; Rodrigo Quian Quiroga; Joydeep Bhattacharya
2005-10-31
Multivariate time series analysis is extensively used in neurophysiology with the aim of studying the relationship between simultaneously recorded signals. Recently, advances on information theory and nonlinear dynamical systems theory have allowed the study of various types of synchronization from time series. In this work, we first describe the multivariate linear methods most commonly used in neurophysiology and show that they can be extended to assess the existence of nonlinear interdependences between signals. We then review the concepts of entropy and mutual information followed by a detailed description of nonlinear methods based on the concepts of phase synchronization, generalized synchronization and event synchronization. In all cases, we show how to apply these methods to study different kinds of neurophysiological data. Finally, we illustrate the use of multivariate surrogate data test for the assessment of the strength (strong or weak) and the type (linear or nonlinear) of interdependence between neurophysiological signals.
Applied Microearthquake Techniques for Geothermal Resource Development
Foulger, G. R.
. In recent years, interest in exploiting geothermal energy has increased greatly, accompanied by interest. The microearthquake techniques currently producing the most useful results for geothermal energy production, and whichApplied Microearthquake Techniques for Geothermal Resource Development Gillian R. Foulger1 & Bruce
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Zhu, Song Chun
reweighting the energy function. We construct ELMs in the model space for two classic statistical learning, two-step EM and Swendsen-Wang cuts, in the energy landscapes. 1. Introduction. In many statisticalQUARTERLY OF APPLIED MATHEMATICS VOLUME , NUMBER 0 XXXX XXXX, PAGES 000Â000 MAPPING ENERGY
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Landau, Susan
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Crawford, T. Daniel
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Denver, University of
measured as a ratio to the mea- sured emission of CO2 and calibrated by means of a certified cylinder 2190 E. ILIFF AVE. DENVER, COLORADO 80208 Spectroscopy Applied to On-Road Mobile Source Emissions INTRODUCTION N ot to be confused with emis- sion spectroscopy, the detec- tion of mobile source emis- sions
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Molinari, Marc
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Radin, Charles
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Colorado at Boulder, University of
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