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Conservative and Easily Implemented Finite Volume Semi-Lagrangian WENO Methods for 1D and 2D Hyperbolic Conservation Laws  [PDF]
Fuxing Hu
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2017.51008
Abstract: The paper is devised to propose finite volume semi-Lagrange scheme for approximating linear and nonlinear hyperbolic conservation laws. Based on the idea of semi-Lagrangian scheme, we transform the integration of flux in time into the integration in space. Compared with the traditional semi-Lagrange scheme, the scheme devised here tries to directly evaluate the average fluxes along cell edges. It is this difference that makes the scheme in this paper simple to implement and easily extend to nonlinear cases. The procedure of evaluation of the average fluxes only depends on the high-order spatial interpolation. Hence the scheme can be implemented as long as the spatial interpolation is available, and no additional temporal discretization is needed. In this paper, the high-order spatial discretization is chosen to be the classical 5th-order weighted essentially non-oscillatory spatial interpolation. In the end, 1D and 2D numerical results show that this method is rather robust. In addition, to exhibit the numerical resolution and efficiency of the proposed scheme, the numerical solutions of the classical 5th-order WENO scheme combined with the 3rd-order Runge-Kutta temporal discretization (WENOJS) are chosen as the reference. We find that the scheme proposed in the paper generates comparable solutions with that of WENOJS, but with less CPU time.
Postshock Oscillations on Non-Uniform Mesh  [PDF]
Fuxing Hu
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2017.52043
Abstract: An investigation of postshock oscillations on non-uniform grids is performed in this paper. These oscillations are generated as shock passes through the grid interfaces. The LLF scheme is checked for 1D and 2D problems on the discontinuous grids. Oscillations are observed only for nonlinear systems and the solutions of the scalar conservation laws and linear systems behave logically. The integral curves suggest underlying properties of these oscillations. The results of the paper reveal a flaw that adaptive methods for conservation laws have to refine grids at each time step.
Color-Tunable Hybrid White Organic Light-Emitting Diodes with Double Interlayers  [PDF]
Chunhong Gao, Ziyang Xiong, Fuxing Yu, Xingjuan Ma, Yue Zhang, Xin Zeng, Zuhong Xiong
Optics and Photonics Journal (OPJ) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/opj.2017.78B014
An efficient color-tunable hybrid white organic light-emitting diode is demonstrated with double interlayers of 2,7-bis(carbazol-9-yl)-9,9-ditoylfluo- rene/2-(diphenylphosphoryl) spiroflu-orene (DMFL-CBP/SPPO1) inserted between blue fluorescent and yellow phosphorescent-emitting layers, and exhibits Commission Internationale de l’Eclairage (CIE1931) ranging from warm white (0.4368, 0.4497) to cool white (0.2781, 0.2896) with driving current density from 0.2 to 40 mA/cm2. The recombination of singlet and the triplet excitons in blue fluores-cent-emitting layer and yellow phosphorescent-emitting layer, respectively, can be modulated by both the thickness of these double interlayers and the applied current densities.
Multicolour wavelength-tunable lasing from a single bandgap-graded alloy nanoribbon
Yize Lu,Fuxing Gu,Chao Meng,Huakang Yu,Yaoguang Ma,Wei Fang,Limin Tong
Physics , 2012,
Abstract: Tunable lasing from 578 nm to 640 nm is observed from a single CdSSe bandgap-graded alloy nanoribbon, by selecting the excited spot at room temperature. Though reabsorption is a serious problem to achieve lasing at short wavelength, multiple scatters on the nanoribbon form localized cavities, and thus realize lasing at different wavelengths. By increasing the excitation area, we also observe multicolour lasing from the same nanoribbon simultaneously.
An application of Lagrange inversion
Yin Dongsheng,Shen Fuxing
Tamkang Journal of Mathematics , 2001, DOI: 10.5556/j.tkjm.32.2001.9-13
Abstract: Lagrange Inversion is used to prove a conjecture in [1,p.279]. This conjecture helpes to provide a new formula for the $ k^{th} $ derivative of an inverse function.
Effects of Solid Solution Treating on the Microstructureand Damping Behaviour of MnCuNiFe Alloys
Fuxing YIN,Y Ohsawa,ASato KAawahara,

材料科学技术学报 , 1998,
Abstract: A high damping condition is easily obtained in Mn-(16~24)Cu-(4~6)Ni-2Fe (at. pct) alloys,when cooling rate is controlled after the solid solution treatment at 1173 K. It is observed that the temperature dependent changes of Iogarithmic decrement in 10 h cooled samples are sensitive to the alloy composition. As compared with water quenching treatment, controlled 10 h cooling improves TN temperature of the alloys extensively by producing a Mn-enriched matrix portion in the alloys. Calcuiations suggest that the relative decreases of Cu and Ni content in the matrix portion be dominated by the Ni content in the original alloys, and therefore, the volume fraction of the Cu, Ni-enriched precipitates is estimated to be about 20% and 10% in the 4Ni and 6Ni alloys, respectively. As a result, the TN temperature fOr each alloy, corresponding to the rising temperature of logarithmic decrement, has been related to the Cu, and Ni content in the Mnenriched matrix. The existence of {110} twinning boundaries is confirmed in the microstructure of both 4Ni and 6Ni alloys. However, the relative lattice strains, which the twinning boundaries act to accommodate, are found largely different in the two alloys. It is considered that boundaries with smaller orientation deviation could coordinate the external Stresses easily by cyclic moving, and therefore, the broader damping peak which occurs in the 10 h cooled 6Ni alloy becomes feasible. Electron diffraction results also indicate possible for mation of many sub-crystals in the matrix phase, which are relatively rotated on some invariant planes. Those sub-crystal boundaries might play some attenuation roles in the temperature range between TN and room temperature.
Sintering Formation of Low Temperature Phase MnBi and Its Disordering in Mechanical Milling
Fuxing YIN,Nanju GU TShigematsu,NNakanishi,

材料科学技术学报 , 1996,
Abstract: With X-ray diffraction and DSC analysis, it is found that 4 cycles of sintering at 593 K are necessary for the complete production of the low-temperature phase (LTP) MnBi. The c/a of the fabricated LTP MnBi is 1.4286. Metastable phase MnBip formed in primary sintering stage of LTP MnBi has the similar crystal structure and lattice constant with the quenched high-temperature phase (HTP) Mn1.08Bi. The structural differences between MnBip phase and Mn1.08Bi phase are discussed. The LTP MnBi phase is unstable for strong mechanical milling as Bi appears after milling over 7200 s in the present milling condition. Strains caused by the mechanical attrition are difficult to accumulate in the MnBi crystaIs, and the crystal size of the milled MnBi is only 30 nm before the presence of grains coalescence. The whole milling process can be classified into 3 stages indicated by the structural changes. Based on the structural parameter calculation, the changes of atomic configurations in every stage have been discussed. The existence of Bi equivalent vacancy site is considered to play an important role in the disordering processes of Mn and Bi atoms
Structural Evolution of the Mn_(0.52)Sb_(0.48) Compound during High Energy Ball Milling
Fuxing YIn,Nanju GU TShigematsu,NNaknishi,

材料科学技术学报 , 1996,
Abstract: The structural transitions of the NiAs-type Mn0.52Sb0.48 magneto-ordered compound, ball milled to different periods, have been characterized by X-ray diffraction and DSC analysis. On the basis of lattice parameter results a structural evolution mode with three stages is proposed. In the first stage lattice parameters keep nearly unchanged with the refinement of grains and increase of lattice strain. In the second stage, microstrain shows a lowering tendency accompanying the successive decreases of grain size. The X-ray revealed internal strain is found to be strains inside the lattice, which can be relaxed with new grain formation. The change of Tc is shown to be affected by the dimension of c axis, however the overall magnetization is continuously decreased with milling, due to the disordering process occurred in milling. Correspondent disordering mechanisms have been tentatively postulated and discussed according to the changes of lattice para meters.
TOPICAL REVIEW Progress in cold roll bonding of metals
Long Li, Kotobu Nagai and Fuxing Yin
Science and Technology of Advanced Materials , 2008,
Abstract: Layered composite materials have become an increasingly interesting topic in industrial development. Cold roll bonding (CRB), as a solid phase method of bonding same or different metals by rolling at room temperature, has been widely used in manufacturing large layered composite sheets and foils. In this paper, we provide a brief overview of a technology using layered composite materials produced by CRB and discuss the suitability of this technology in the fabrication of layered composite materials. The effects of process parameters on bonding, mainly including process and surface preparation conditions, have been analyzed. Bonding between two sheets can be realized when deformation reduction reaches a threshold value. However, it is essential to remove surface contamination layers to produce a satisfactory bond in CRB. It has been suggested that the degreasing and then scratch brushing of surfaces create a strong bonding between the layers. Bonding mechanisms, in which the film theory is expressed as the major mechanism in CRB, as well as bonding theoretical models, have also been reviewed. It has also been showed that it is easy for fcc structure metals to bond compared with bcc and hcp structure metals. In addition, hardness on bonding same metals plays an important part in CRB. Applications of composites produced by CRB in industrial fields are briefly reviewed and possible developments of CRB in the future are also described.
Nociceptive Afferents to the Premotor Neurons That Send Axons Simultaneously to the Facial and Hypoglossal Motoneurons by Means of Axon Collaterals
Yulin Dong,Jinlian Li,Fuxing Zhang,Yunqing Li
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0025615
Abstract: It is well known that the brainstem premotor neurons of the facial nucleus and hypoglossal nucleus coordinate orofacial nociceptive reflex (ONR) responses. However, whether the brainstem PNs receive the nociceptive projection directly from the caudal spinal trigeminal nucleus is still kept unclear. Our present study focuses on the distribution of premotor neurons in the ONR pathways of rats and the collateral projection of the premotor neurons which are involved in the brainstem local pathways of the orofacial nociceptive reflexes of rat. Retrograde tracer Fluoro-gold (FG) or FG/tetramethylrhodamine-dextran amine (TMR-DA) were injected into the VII or/and XII, and anterograde tracer biotinylated dextran amine (BDA) was injected into the caudal spinal trigeminal nucleus (Vc). The tracing studies indicated that FG-labeled neurons receiving BDA-labeled fibers from the Vc were mainly distributed bilaterally in the parvicellular reticular formation (PCRt), dorsal and ventral medullary reticular formation (MdD, MdV), supratrigeminal nucleus (Vsup) and parabrachial nucleus (PBN) with an ipsilateral dominance. Some FG/TMR-DA double-labeled premotor neurons, which were observed bilaterally in the PCRt, MdD, dorsal part of the MdV, peri-motor nucleus regions, contacted with BDA-labeled axonal terminals and expressed c-fos protein-like immunoreactivity which induced by subcutaneous injection of formalin into the lip. After retrograde tracer wheat germ agglutinated horseradish peroxidase (WGA-HRP) was injected into VII or XII and BDA into Vc, electron microscopic study revealed that some BDA-labeled axonal terminals made mainly asymmetric synapses on the dendritic and somatic profiles of WGA-HRP-labeled premotor neurons. These data indicate that some premotor neurons could integrate the orofacial nociceptive input from the Vc and transfer these signals simultaneously to different brainstem motonuclei by axonal collaterals.
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