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Research on High Density Oil-Based Drilling Fluid and Application in the Southern Edge of Junggar Basin, China  [PDF]
Yidi Wang, Yuezhi Wang, Biao Ran, Pengyun Xing, Xiaoliang Xin, Yi Li
Open Journal of Yangtze Oil and Gas (OJOGas) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojogas.2018.34022
Abstract: The southern edge of the Junggar basin has broad exploration potential. However, high-frequency complex drilling accidents in this area lead to the reduction of the average drilling speed and the extension of the drilling cycle. The main geological reason is that this area was affected by the process and developed high and steep geological structure. The nappe formation with a large dip angle and poor stability developed along faults. The major rock type of this E2-3a formation is mud-stone which has strong water sensitivity and can be hydrated and dispersed easily, which leads to the wellbore shrinkage and the borehole collapse. In order to improve the drilling speed in the southern edge of the Junggar basin and accelerate the exploration and development process, the drilling fluids associated with drilling problems in this area were investigated in this paper by combing the geological information and historical drilling records. Because of the special characteristics of this formation, it is concluded that the water-based drilling fluids previously used in this area are not suitable to solve the complex drilling conditions; a high density oil-based drilling fluid system has been developed for this area by conducting studies in the laboratory initially and being tested in the field later. In addition, its rheology, stability and pollution resistance performances were evaluated. Results show that, the rheology, the stability and pollution resistance capacities of the drilling fluid satisfy the drilling requirements. The fluid was applied in well H101 and the results show that the ROP of section 311.1 mm of the well was increased by 763% compared to the wells drilled in the same area and the total drilling time of well H101 was reduced by more than 80%, which was a historic breakthrough of the drilling speed in the southern edge.
EEG-correlated fMRI of P3b component in P300 waves
Yuezhi Li,Liqun Wang,Mingshi Wang
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2005, DOI: 10.1360/982005-518
Abstract: Electroencephalography-correlated functional magnetic resonance imaging (EEG/fMRI) can be used to identify blood oxygen level-dependent (BOLD) signal changes associated with both physiological and pathological EEG events. Here, we implemented continuous and simultaneous EEG/fMRI to identify BOLD signal changes related to P3b component of P300, and 64 channels of EEG were recorded in 11 subjects during Landot Ring task inside a 1.5 T functional magnet resonance (MR) scanner using an MR-compatible EEG recording system. Functional scanning by echoplanar imaging covered almost the entire cerebrum every 2 s, leaving gaps of 2 s without scanning. Off-line MRI artifact subtraction software was applied to obtain continuous EEG data. Additionally, a P300 wave matched filter was constructed to inspect P300 wave occurrence following every target stimulus, target stimuli inspected to induce P300 were detected and their MRI scan number were then used as input for an event-related fMRI analysis. Finally MRI statistical parametric maps were constructed and corrected for multiple comparisons. By random effect group analysis, activations were detected in the right superior parietal lobule and bilaterally in inferior parietal lobule(p<0.001, uncorrected). The results demonstrated the upper regions were sources of P3b component and involved in target detection in memory comparison task.
DETERMINATION OF IN-SITU STRESSES IN ANISOTROPIC STRATA AND PREDICTION OF BREAKDOWN PRESSURE ACTING ON DEEP WELL-WALL
各向异性地层应力的推算及深孔地层破裂压力的预测

Wang Yuezhi,
王越之

岩石力学与工程学报 , 1998,
Abstract: The computational formulas are given for determination of in-situ stresses inanisotropic strata. On the basis of given formulas the formula for determination ofbreakdown pressure is given. The determination process of elastic parameters by using thevertical seismic profiling data is proposed. The detecting example using above process ispresented.
fMRI-constrained source analysis of visual P300 in Landolt ring task
YueZhi Li,Tao Xu,LiQun Wang,Yong Hu
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2008, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-008-0060-8
Abstract: An fMRI-constrained source analysis was applied to investigate visual P300 in the Landolt ring task. To study the localization and relative activation timing of P300 generators, we implemented simultaneous EEG/fMRI to identify BOLD signal changes and record 64-channel EEG in 10 subjects during a Landolt ring task inside a 1.5-T fMRI scanner using an MR-compatible EEG recording system. MRI artifact subtraction software was applied to obtain continuous EEG data. Then, the simultaneous collecting of EEG and fMRI was validated in preserving relevant ERPs. The fMRI-constrained source analysis resulted in an 8-dipole solution. The bilateral middle frontal and the right inferior parietal dipole waveforms showed a short latency peak corresponding to the early P300 activity, while the four parietal and the anterior cingulate dipole waveforms showed a long latency peak corresponding to the late P300 activity. The longest latency peak of the anterior cingulate dipole agrees with its role in initiation of motor response after successful target recognition. Target detection in the Landolt ring task produces the strongest and most extensive parietal activation (especially superior parietal activation), which might be due to its particular visual attention switching.
Genetic analysis and gene mapping of a narrow leaf mutant in rice (Oryza sativa L.)
DeKai Wang,HeQin Liu,KeLei Li,SuJuan Li,YueZhi Tao
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2009, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-009-0098-2
Abstract: A narrow leaf mutant was obtained after T-DNA transformation conducted on a rice variety Zhonghua 11. Several abnormal morphological characteristics, including semi-dwarf, delayed flowering time, narrow and inward rolling leaves, and lower seed-setting, were observed. The rate of net photosynthesis (under saturate light) of flag leaves in the mutant was significantly lower than that of the wild type. Moreover, the leaf transpiration rate and stomatal conductance in the mutant flag leaf were lower than those of the wild type at the grain filling stage. It was found that the mutant phenotype was not caused by the T-DNA insertion. Genetic analysis showed that the mutant was controlled by a single recessive gene, designated as nal3(t). A genetic linkage map was constructed using a large F2 mapping population derived from a cross between nal3(t) and an indica variety Longtefu B with 6 polymorphic markers on chromosome 12 identified from 366 SSR markers by the BAS method. Gene nal3(t) was mapped between the markers RM7018 and RM3331. Fine mapping of nal3(t) locus was conducted with 22 newly developed STS markers based on the sequence diversity around the region harboring nal3(t) between Nipponbare and 93–11, and nal3(t) was finally mapped to a 136-kb region between the STS markers NS10 and RH12-8.
fMRI-constrained source analysis of visual P300 in Landolt ring task
LI YueZhi,XU Tao,WANG LiQun,HU Yong,

科学通报(英文版) , 2008,
Abstract: An fMRI-constrained source analysis was applied to investigate visual P300 in the Landolt ring task. To study the localization and relative activation timing of P300 generators, we implemented simultaneous EEG/fMRI to identify BOLD signal changes and record 64-channel EEG in 10 subjects during a Landolt ring task inside a 1.5-T fMRI scanner using an MR-compatible EEG recording system. MRI artifact sub-traction software was applied to obtain continuous EEG data. Then, the simultaneous collecting of EEG and fMRI was validated in preserving relevant ERPs. The fMRI-constrained source analysis resulted in an 8-dipole solution. The bilateral middle frontal and the right inferior parietal dipole waveforms showed a short latency peak corresponding to the early P300 activity, while the four parietal and the anterior cingulate dipole waveforms showed a long latency peak corresponding to the late P300 activity. The longest latency peak of the anterior cingulate dipole agrees with its role in initiation of motor re-sponse after successful target recognition. Target detection in the Landolt ring task produces the strongest and most extensive parietal activation (especially superior parietal activation), which might be due to its particular visual attention switching.
Performance Analysis and Improvement of Storage Virtualization in an OS-Online System  [PDF]
Yuan Gao, Yaoxue Zhang, Yuezhi Zhou
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2012.531106
Abstract: An OS-online system called TransCom is based on a virtual storage system that supports heterogeneous services of the operating system and applications online. In TransCom, OS and software which run in the client are stored on the centralized servers, while computing tasks are carried out by the clients, so the server is the bottleneck of the system performance. This paper firstly analyzes the characteristics of its real usage workload and builds a queuing model to locate the system bottlenecks. According to the study, the disk is the primary bottleneck, so an optimal two-level cache arrangement policy is developed on both the server and the client, which aims to avoid most of the server disk accesses. LRU algorithm is used in the client-side cache. A cache management algorithm called Frequency-based Multi-Priority Queues (FMPQ) proposed in this paper is used in the server-side cache. Experiment results show that the appropriate cache arrangement can significantly improve the capability of the TransCom server.
Fine-mapping of SRT7 for short roots and identification of its candidate in rice
HongJia Liu,HuaKun Zheng,Hua Wang,Peng Guo,JianRu Zuo,YueZhi Tao
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2011, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-011-4776-5
Abstract: Three allelic short root mutants were identified by screening mutants with defective root elongation of the rice japonica cultivar Nipponbare mutant library generated via 60Co γ-ray irradiation mutagenesis. These mutants, designated srt7-1 (short root 7-1), srt7-2 and srt7-3, respectively, had an extremely short seminal root, adventitious roots and lateral roots. Histological observation revealed the cell length of srt7 mutant roots was significantly shorter than that of wild-type roots. Genetic analysis indicated the short root phenotype was controlled by a single recessive nuclear gene. The SRT7 gene was mapped to a 20-kb interval between the markers STS6 and STS7 on chromosome 4 by a map-based cloning method. Sequencing of the six predicted genes in this region found that all of the three allelic mutants contained a 1-bp or 2-bp deletion in the same gene encoding a putative membrane-bound endo-1,4-β-glucanase. The SRT7 gene was expressed ubiquitously, with higher levels of transcript accumulation in roots at different developmental stages. However, no difference was found in the SRT7 transcription level between the mutant and wild type. Collectively, these results indicate the endo-1,4-β-glucanase encoding gene (LOC_Os04g41970) is likely the candidate for SRT7 that functions posttranscriptionally in rice root elongation.
Genetic analysis and gene mapping of a narrow leaf mutant in rice ( Oryza sativa L.)

DeKai Wang,HeQin Liu,KeLei Li,SuJuan Li,YueZhi Tao,

科学通报(英文版) , 2009,
Abstract: A narrow leaf mutant was obtained after T-DNA transformation conducted on a rice variety Zhonghua 11. Several abnormal morphological characteristics, including semi-dwarf, delayed flowering time, narrow and inward rolling leaves, and lower seed-setting, were observed. The rate of net photosynthesis (under saturate light) of flag leaves in the mutant was significantly lower than that of the wild type. Moreover, the leaf transpiration rate and stomatal conductance in the mutant flag leaf were lower than those of the wild type at the grain filling stage. It was found that the mutant phenotype was not caused by the T-DNA insertion. Genetic analysis showed that the mutant was controlled by a single recessive gene, designated as nal3(t). A genetic linkage map was constructed using a large F2 mapping population derived from a cross between nal3(t) and an indica variety Longtefu B with 6 polymorphic markers on chromosome 12 identified from 366 SSR markers by the BAS method. Gene nal3(t) was mapped between the markers RM7018 and RM3331. Fine mapping of nal3(t) locus was conducted with 22 newly developed STS markers based on the sequence diversity around the region harboring nal3(t) between Nipponbare and 93–11, and nal3(t) was finally mapped to a 136-kb region between the STS markers NS10 and RH12-8. Supported by National High Technology Research and Development Program of China (863 Program) (Grant No. 2006AA10A102), National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 30600349) and Natural Science Foundation of Zhejiang Province (Grant No. Y306149)
Post-Cloud Computing Paradigms: A Survey and Comparison
Yuezhi Zhou,Di Zhang,Naixue Xiong
- , 2017, DOI: 10.23919/TST.2017.8195353
Abstract: With the rapid development of pervasive intelligent devices and ubiquitous network technologies, new network applications are emerging, such as the Internet of Things, smart cities, smart grids, virtual/augmented reality, and unmanned vehicles. Cloud computing, which is characterized by centralized computation and storage, is having difficulty meeting the needs of these developing technologies and applications. In recent years, a variety of network computing paradigms, such as fog computing, mobile edge computing, and dew computing, have been proposed by the industrial and academic communities. Although they employ different terminologies, their basic concept is to extend cloud computing and move the computing infrastructure from remote data centers to edge routers, base stations, and local servers located closer to users, thereby overcoming the bottlenecks experienced by cloud computing and providing better performance and user experience. In this paper, we systematically summarize and analyze the post-cloud computing paradigms that have been proposed in recent years. First, we summarize the main bottlenecks of technology and application that cloud computing encounters. Next, we analyze and summarize several post-cloud computing paradigms, including fog computing, mobile edge computing, and dew computing. Then, we discuss the development opportunities of post-cloud computing via several examples. Finally, we note the future development prospects of post-cloud computing.
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