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Development of Deep-Sea Resonant Sandwich Linear Ultrasonic Motor  [PDF]
Shaopeng He, Shengjun Shi, Weishan Chen
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2018.61028
A deep-sea resonant sandwich linear ultrasonic motor is proposed and designed. We determine the parameter of its structure by finite-element analysis. The piezoelectric actuator adopts compound vibration mode of fifth order bending vibration and second order longitudinal. The mode degeneracy of that is completed. We manufacture the prototype to measure the performance of it. We measure its vibration mode and resonant frequency. The velocity of prototype can reach 264.5 mm/s while the water pressure is 8 MPa and the voltage signal with frequency of 30.30 kHz and voltage amplitude of 150 V.
Research on the Construction and Elements of Integrated Supply Chain Management—An Example of P.G. Logistics Group  [PDF]
Shengjun Zhang
Open Journal of Business and Management (OJBM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojbm.2018.61007
The construction of service mode is the key to the formation and development of the logistics enterprises’ core competitiveness. Especially in the context of integrated supply chain, how to effectively build and promote the innovative service mode is the core issue of logistics enterprises’ survival. Therefore, recognizing the driving forces of logistics enterprises in service mode reform and establishing a proper organizational structure which promotes innovative elements are a constant that needs for further research. Based on the China domestic and international research on the related theories of supply chain integration, this paper puts forward the construction and elements of the supply chain integrated service mode and makes a single case study. The core content of this mode and its application in practice is the driving forces behind the integrated supply chain service mode and the relationship between service mode elements and its governance.
Actuating Mechanism and Design of a Cylindrical Traveling Wave Ultrasonic Motor Using Cantilever Type Composite Transducer
Yingxiang Liu,Weishan Chen,Junkao Liu,Shengjun Shi
PLOS ONE , 2012, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0010020
Abstract: Ultrasonic motors (USM) are based on the concept of driving the rotor by a mechanical vibration excited on the stator via piezoelectric effect. USM exhibit merits such as simple structure, quick response, quiet operation, self-locking when power off, nonelectromagnetic radiation and higher position accuracy.
Aerosol influence domain of Beijing and peripheral city agglomeration and its climatic effect
Xiangde Xu,Xiaohui Shi,Shengjun Zhang,Guoan Ding,Qiuju Miao,Li Zhou
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2006, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-006-2066-4
Abstract: The aerosol distribution in Beijing and peripheral cities agglomeration (BPCA) and its regional climatic effect are investigated on the basis of the statistical analyses of satellite Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) retrieval aerosol optical depth (AOD) and the meteorological data of sunshine duration, fog days, and low cloud cover, observed at Beijing and its peripheral meteorological stations. The analysis on multi-samples variational correction of the satellite remote sensing Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) AOD under the clear sky and stable weather condition in conjunction with surface observations reveal that there was a “triangle-like” distribution pattern of the high values of aerosols in the southern “valley” of the “U-shape” megarelief of Beijing and its peripheral areas. The distribution pattern suggests that the large-scale transfer and diffusion of city agglomeration pollutants might form a relatively persistent characteristic spatial distribution of city agglomeration pollutants much larger than city-scale. Under the background of the particular megarelief effect of Beijing and peripheral areas, the high value area of TOMS AOD, as well as regional correlation distribution between clear sky sunshine duration and TOMS AOD are also similar to the composite image of MODIS AOD variational fields, that is to say, the effect of atmospheric aerosols was very distinctive in Beijing and peripheral areas. The high value area of the negative correlation between clear sky sunshine duration and TOMS AOD approximately accorded with the significant negative value area of the sunshine duration deviations of the 1980s to the 1990s, and the daily variations of the AOD also showed an anti-phase relation with those of clear sky sunshine duration. The above high correlation area of the urban aerosol impact of Beijing-Tianjin region leant towards south peripheral area, with its “center of gravity” in the south of Beijing-Tianjin agglomeration, and the main body of the high correlation area prolongating southwards, forming an aerosol influence domain of “eccentric ellipse” shape, that is to say, there was an aerosol influence domain of some “radius” in Beijing City and its peripheral areas, within and outside which sunshine duration, low cloud cover, and fog days showed a remarkable difference in interannual variation trend. At the downstream of the city agglomeration there was a significant interdecadal increment area of fog or low cloud cover, which might be associated with the local climatic feature of the regional flow convergent field in the diffusion process of city agglomeration pollutants in the aerosol influence domain, and such a local dynamical convergence feature might lead to the regional exacerbation of aerosol impact downstream of the city agglomeration. The research result reveals that the significant area of interdecadal change rate of low cloud cover within the aerosol influence domain is correlated with the re
Decoherence and Thermalization of Quantum Spin Systems
Shengjun Yuan
Physics , 2010,
Abstract: In this review, we discuss the decoherence and thermalization of a quantum spin system interacting with a spin bath environment, by numerically solving the time-dependent Schr\"{o}dinger equation of the whole system. The effects of the topologic structure and the initial state of the environment on the decoherence of the two-spin and many-spin system are discussed. The role of different spin-spin coupling is considered. We show under which conditions the environment drives the reduced density matrix of the system to a fully decoherent state, and how the diagonal elements of the reduced density matrix approach those expected for the system in the microcanonical or canonical ensemble, depending on the character of the additional integrals of motion. Our demonstration does not rely on time-averaging of observables nor does it assume that the coupling between system and bath is weak. Our findings show that the microcanonical distribution (in each eigenenergy subspace) and canonical ensemble are states that may result from pure quantum dynamics, suggesting that quantum mechanics may be regarded as the foundation of quantum statistical mechanics. Furthermore, our numerical results show that a fully decoherent quantum system prefers to stay in an equilibrium state with a maximum entropy, indicating the validity of the second law of thermodynamics in the decoherence process.
Correlation measures in bipartite states and entanglement irreversibility
Shengjun Wu
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.86.012329
Abstract: We derive quantitative relations among several naturally defined measures of classical and nonclassical correlations in a bipartite quantum state. We also obtain an upper bound of entanglement irreversibility and a sufficient condition for reversible entanglement. The additivity of entanglement of formation is directly related to the additivity of quantum discord as well as a certain measure of classical correlation.
Existence, uniqueness and approximation for $L^p$ solutions of reflected BSDEs under weaker assumptions
ShengJun Fan
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: We put forward and prove several existence and uniqueness results for $L^p\ (p>1)$ solutions of reflected BSDEs with continuous barriers and generators satisfying a one-sided Osgood condition together with a general growth condition in $y$ and a uniform continuity condition or a linear growth condition in $z$. A necessary and sufficient condition with respect to the growth of barrier is also explored to ensure the existence of a solution. And, we show that the solutions may be approximated by the penalization method and by some sequences of solutions of reflected BSDEs. Our results improve considerably some known works.
$L^p$ solutions of multidimensional BSDEs with weak monotonicity and general growth generators
ShengJun Fan
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: In this paper, we first establish the existence and uniqueness of $L^p\ (p>1)$ solutions for multidimensional backward stochastic differential equations (BSDEs) under a weak monotonicity condition together with a general growth condition in $y$ for the generator $g$. Then, we overview several conditions related closely to the weak monotonicity condition and compare them in an effective way. Finally, we put forward and prove a stability theorem and a comparison theorem of $L^p\ (p>1)$ solutions for this kind of BSDEs.
Bounded solutions, $L^p (p>1)$ solutions and $L^1$ solutions for one-dimensional BSDEs under general assumptions
ShengJun Fan
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: This paper aims at solving one-dimensional backward stochastic differential equations (BSDEs) under weaker assumptions. We establish general existence, uniqueness, and comparison results for bounded solutions, $L^p (p>1)$ solutions and $L^1$ solutions of the BSDEs. The time horizon is allowed to be finite or infinite, and the generator $g$ is allowed to have a general growth in $y$ and a quadratic growth in $z$. As compensation, the generator $g$ needs to satisfy a kind of one-sided linear or super-linear growth condition in $y$, instead of the monotonicity condition in $y$ as is usually done. Many of our results improve virtually some known results, even though for the case of the finite time horizon and the case of the $L^2$ solution.
A Metabonomic Approach to Analyze the Dexamethasone-Induced Cleft Palate in Mice
Jinglin Zhou,Bin Xu,Bing Shi,Jing Huang,Wei He,Shengjun Lu,Junjun Lu,Liying Xiao,Wei Li
Journal of Biomedicine and Biotechnology , 2011, DOI: 10.1155/2011/509043
Abstract: Mice models are an important way to understand the relation between the fetus with cleft palate and changes of maternal biofluid. This paper aims to develop a metabonomics approach to analyze dexamethasone-induced cleft palate in pregnant C57BL/6J mice and to study the relationship between the change of endogenous small molecular metabolites in maternal plasma and the incidence of cleft palate. To do so, pregnant mice were randomly divided into two groups. The one group was injected with dexamethasone. On E17.5th day, the incident rates of cleft palate from embryos in two groups were calculated. The 1H-NMR spectra from the metabolites in plasma in two groups was collected at same time. Then the data were analyzed using metabonomics methods (PCA and SIMCA). The results showed that the data from the two groups displayed distinctive characters, and the incidence of cleft palate were significantly different (<.005). To conclude, this study demonstrates that the metabonomics approach is a powerful and effective method in detecting the abnormal metabolites from mother in the earlier period of embryos, and supports the idea that a change from dexamethasone induced in maternal metabolites plays an important role in the incidence of cleft palate.
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