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Intensive effect of traditional Chinese medicines activating blood to resolve stasis on medicines dredging intestines -- Influence on peristalsis of small intestine in guinea pigs  [cached]
YANG-Tao
Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Xue Bao , 2004,
Abstract: Objective: To observe the changes of peristalsis of small intestine in guinea pigs after administration of traditional Chinese medicines activating blood to resolve stasis (Compound Danshen Decoction, CDSD) or/and medicines dredging intestines (Dachengqi Decoction, DCQD), and to explore the synergetic or intensive effect of CDSD on DCQD.Methods: By means of BL-420 Biological Experimental System, peristalsis of small intestine was recorded and analyzed following administration of DCQD, CDSD or Huoxue Chengqi Decoction (HXCQD, compound of CDSD and DCQD) respectively in different experimental periods. Results: The amplitude and frequency of intestinal peristaltic wave obviously increased following administration of the three decoctions, but HXCQD appeared to be most dominantly.Conclusion: The effect of DCQD can be further enhanced by combining use of CDSD, suggesting that the traditional Chinese medicines activating blood to resolve stasis have an intensive effect on medicines dredging intestines.
基于三维土质模型的疏浚吹填工程土料调配优化与应用
Optimization Analysis and Application of Soil Allocation for Dredging and Filling Project Based on 3D Soil Model
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李明超,张雨新,高伟,秦亮
- , 2018, DOI: 10.11784/tdxbz201707067
Abstract: 为了提高疏浚吹填工程土料调配方案设计效率, 优化疏浚吹填工程土料调配过程, 针对疏浚吹填工程土质情况复杂、土料调配过程施工工序多、施工环境复杂且极易受到外界自然条件的影响和限制的特点, 提出了基于三维土质模型的疏浚吹填工程土料调配优化方法.该方法采用基于不同数据来源的三维多精度建模方法, 实现了复杂水下土质条件的三维建模; 基于疏浚吹填工程施工工艺, 综合考虑了疏浚吹填土料在调配过程中所受到的复杂约束条件, 建立了疏浚吹填土料调配平衡优化的数学模型.工程实例应用表明, 该方法能有效对疏浚吹填工程土料调配过程进行分析, 与传统方法对比, 该方法能够确定更优的土料调配规划方案, 有效节约工程成本, 为疏浚吹填工程的调配方案设计提供了新的手段.
In order to improve the design efficiency of soil allocation scheme and optimize soil allocation process in dredging and filling engineering,considering complex soil condition,complex construction environment and a large number of construction processes and soil allocation process of dredging and filling engineering easily affected and restricted by the external natural conditions,a method of soil allocation optimization for dredging and filling engineering based on 3D soil model is proposed. A 3D multi precision modeling method based on different data sources is used and the 3D modeling of complex underwater soil conditions is realized in this method. Taking the complex constraint conditions in the process of soil allocation,a mathematical model of soil optimization allocation in dredging and filling engineering is established based on the construction technology of dredging and filling engineering. The application in practice shows that the soil allocation process in dredging and filling engineering can be effectively analyzed by this method. Compared with the traditional method,this method can determine a better plan of soil allocation,reduce engineering cost and provide a new method for the design of soil allocation in dredging and filling engineering
Planning the Slovenian coast with the help of dredging
Kristifor Pantelin
Urbani Izziv , 2007,
Abstract: Dredging and sediment proceeding is in most cases treated as a technology which makes possible the construction and maintenance of navigable ways. In the research which I made in the masters thesis context, I wanted to present how can dredging contribute to spatial planning of the Slovenian coast, which is relatively short and limited, where big settlement interests are present. For this reason there are aspirations for lengthening the coast with building embankments or making artificial islands and peninsulas. Several times embankments are built on account of the constructions of piers, for marinas and other ports. The aim of the research was to invert this trend, which would avoid the restrictions of sea areas and to make good use of channels and widen or create new water surfaces for economic activities or for environmental safeguard. To attain this, it was necessary at first to study legislation and find an appropriate way of treating dredged material. When further sediment treatment is assured, it is possible to consider dredging as an important factor by the proposed spatial arrangement of the Slovenian coast.
The Application of Clinical Genetics
Maurer MH
The Application of Clinical Genetics , 2012,
Abstract: Martin H MaurerDepartment of Physiology and Pathophysiology, University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany; Mariaberg Hospital for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Gammertingen, GermanyIn 2012, The Application of Clinical Genetics enters its fifth year of publication. The journal has had a change of Editor-in-Chief: Dr David H Tegay stepped down and I was appointed to serve as the new Editor-in-Chief. As his successor, I thank Dr Tegay for his great work for the journal. I hope I can continue his successful editorial contributions. Moreover, I thank the many reviewers for their sustained support of the journal.The Application of Clinical Genetics is dedicated to open access publishing – as all Dove Press journals are. This means that authors will be charged for the publication process, but the acceptance of a manuscript is based solely on its scientific quality. This is what I will be responsible for as Editor-in-Chief. The team at Dove Press is a constant help with all administrative duties concerning peer reviewal, and I want to express my thanks for their prompt and reliable help. The field of clinical genetics is facing new challenges with the broad availability of large-scale screening methods for gene mutations, such as high-throughput sequencing and biochips. This means that ethical issues regarding the handling of genetic information must be addressed, both for the individual and for society.1–3 For example, sequencing of cell-free, fetal nucleic acids in the maternal blood to locate fetal aneuploidy, especially trisomy 21, may become broadly available soon, with even faster results than conventional methods such as amniocentesis.
The Application of Clinical Genetics
Maurer MH
The Application of Clinical Genetics , 2012, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/TACG.S30150
Abstract: The Application of Clinical Genetics Editorial (3180) Total Article Views Authors: Maurer MH Published Date February 2012 Volume 2012:5 Pages 19 - 20 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/TACG.S30150 Received: 24 January 2012 Accepted: 24 January 2012 Published: 23 February 2012 Martin H Maurer Department of Physiology and Pathophysiology, University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany; Mariaberg Hospital for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Gammertingen, Germany In 2012, The Application of Clinical Genetics enters its fifth year of publication. The journal has had a change of Editor-in-Chief: Dr David H Tegay stepped down and I was appointed to serve as the new Editor-in-Chief. As his successor, I thank Dr Tegay for his great work for the journal. I hope I can continue his successful editorial contributions. Moreover, I thank the many reviewers for their sustained support of the journal. The Application of Clinical Genetics is dedicated to open access publishing – as all Dove Press journals are. This means that authors will be charged for the publication process, but the acceptance of a manuscript is based solely on its scientific quality. This is what I will be responsible for as Editor-in-Chief. The team at Dove Press is a constant help with all administrative duties concerning peer reviewal, and I want to express my thanks for their prompt and reliable help. The field of clinical genetics is facing new challenges with the broad availability of large-scale screening methods for gene mutations, such as high-throughput sequencing and biochips. This means that ethical issues regarding the handling of genetic information must be addressed, both for the individual and for society.1–3 For example, sequencing of cell-free, fetal nucleic acids in the maternal blood to locate fetal aneuploidy, especially trisomy 21, may become broadly available soon, with even faster results than conventional methods such as amniocentesis. Post to: Cannotea Citeulike Del.icio.us Facebook LinkedIn Twitter Readers of this article also read: Local anesthetic failure associated with inflammation: verification of the acidosis mechanism and the hypothetic participation of inflammatory peroxynitrite Periosteoplasty for covering gingival recessions: Clinical results Congenital malformations in Ecuadorian children: urgent need to create a National Registry of Birth Defects Subset-directed antiviral treatment of 142 herpesvirus patients with chronic fatigue syndrome FAM13A locus in COPD is independently associated with lung cancer – evidence of a molecular genetic link between COPD and lung cancer DataGenno: building a new tool to bridge molecular and clinical genetics Comparison of two treatments for coxarthrosis: local hyperthermia versus radio electric asymmetrical brain stimulation Association of deletion allele of insertion/deletion polymorphism in α2B adrenoceptor gene and hypertension with or without type 2 diabetes mellitus Dexmedetomidine sedation in painful posterior segment s
Application of Phytoplankton Community and Trophic Index in the Evaluation of dredging bed mud of Southern Area of the Tai Lake
应用浮游植物群落结构及富营养化指数评价南太湖底泥疏浚效果

yuanjulin,
原居林
,沈锦玉,尹文林,张爱菊,叶金云

水生态学杂志 , 2010,
Abstract: The ecological effect of dredging bed mud of southern area of the Tai Lake was assessed using phytoplankton community and trophic index.The result was indicated that the kind of phytoplankton was increased,while the density,biomass and the rate of Cyanobacteria were decreased obviously after dredge.The change of Shannon-Weaver index and TSIM index was indicated the dredging bed mud was helpful to trophic status of southern area of the Tai Lake.
Clinical application of hepatic CT perfusion  [cached]
Liang Zhong, Wen-Jing Wang, Jian-Rong Xu
World Journal of Gastroenterology , 2009,
Abstract: Complicated changes occur in hemodynamics of hepatic artery and vein, and portal vein under various kinds of pathologic status because of distinct double hepatic blood supply. This article reviews the clinical application of hepatic computed tomography perfusion in some liver diseases.
Increase of durability of fitting of dredging scoop attachment  [PDF]
Bulgakov Vladimir Pavlovich,Uksusov Sergey Semenovich,Tsapko Lyudmila Andreevna
Vestnik of Astrakhan State Technical University. Series: Marine Engineering and Technologies , 2010,
Abstract: The wearing process of fitting of attachment of dredging scoops from steel 110Г13 at shock-abrasive influence is connected with low mechanical characteristics of metal which slightly increase at operation. Durability rise provides increase in initial hardness of bushings and pins from 200 to 380 НВ.
Clinical application of pet
Lome?a, Francisco;Soler, Marina;
Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-89132005000700027
Abstract: positron emission tomography (pet) is an imaging modality that gives information on tissue metabolism and functionalism, different from other imaging techniques like computed tomography (ct) and magnetic resonance imaging (mri), which provide anatomical or structural information. pet has reached its development in biomedical research because of its capacity to use analogous compounds of many endogenous substance as tracers, and to measure, in vivo and in a non-invasive way, their consumption by the different organs and tissues of the mammalian body. fluordeoxyglucose-f18 (fdg) pet has been proven to be a tracer adequate for clinical use in oncology and in many neurological diseases, with an excellent cost-efficiency ratio. the current pet-ct scanners can come to be the best tools for exploring patients who suffer from cancer.
Model for Dredging a Horizontal Trapezoidal Open Channel with Hydraulic Jump  [cached]
Asuquo Essien Eyo
Journal of Mathematics Research , 2012, DOI: 10.5539/jmr.v4n3p132
Abstract: Mathematical model for dredging a trapezoidal open channel with hydraulic jump is developed using conditions of geometrical and dynamical similarities coupled with continuity and interpolation technique. Parameters like cross-sectional area, wetted perimeter, hydraulic mean depth, mean velocity etc. are determined in both the original and new (excavated) channels. A channel flow problem is solved using the model and the results obtained attest to the validity and efficiency of the model. Further application of the model in Bernoulli's equation leads to the energy dissipated in the jump for both the original and new channels. This application enables other parameters like jump efficiency, relative energy loss, power loss and height of the jump to be determined also and compared in both channels.
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