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The Causes of Tess’s Tragedy
Kun Yu
Asian Social Science , 2010, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v7n1p71
Abstract: Tess of the d’Urbervilles, the masterpiece of British famous critical realistic writer Thomas Hardy, describes the misfortune of a poor peasant girl Tess, the cause of which has always been the concern of people. This paper will practically explore Tess’s tragic fate as the result of industrialization and patriarchal society, which will help the reader to understand Hardy’s Tess of d’Urbervilles from a new angle.
Comparative and Combinative Study of Urban Heat island in Wuhan City with Remote Sensing and CFD Simulation
Kun Li,Zhuang Yu
Sensors , 2008, DOI: 10.3390/s8106692
Abstract: Urban heat islands are one of the most critical urban environment heat problems. Landsat ETM+ satellite data were used to investigate the land surface temperature and underlying surface indices such as NDVI and NDBI. A comparative study of the urban heat environment at different scales, times and locations was done to verify the heat island characteristics. Since remote sensing technology has limitations for dynamic flow analysis in the study of urban spaces, a CFD simulation was used to validate the improvement of the heat environment in a city by means of wind. CFD technology has its own shortcomings in parameter setting and verification, while RS technology is helpful to remedy this. The city of Wuhan and its climatological condition of being hot in summer and cold in winter were chosen to verify the comparative and combinative application of RS with CFD in studying the urban heat island.
Supersymmetry and Goldstino-like Mode in Bose-Fermi Mixtures
Yue Yu,Kun Yang
Physics , 2007, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.090404
Abstract: Supersymmetry is assumed to be a basic symmetry of the world in many high energy theories, but none of the super partners of any known elementary particle has been observed yet. We argue that supersymmetry can also be realized and studied in ultracold atomic systems with a mixture of bosons and fermions, with properly tuned interactions and single particle dispersion. We further show that in such non-releativistic systems supersymmetry is either spontaneously broken, or explicitly broken by a chemical potential difference between the bosons and fermions. In both cases the system supports a sharp fermionic collective mode or the so-called Goldstino, due to supersymmetry. We also discuss possible ways to detect the Goldstino mode experimentally.
Simulating Wess-Zumino Supersymmetry Model in Optical Lattices
Yue Yu,Kun Yang
Physics , 2010, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.105.150605
Abstract: We study a cold atom-molecule mixture in two-dimensional optical lattices, in which fermionic atoms have a Dirac-type dispersion. We show that by fine-tuning the atomic and molecular interactions, such mixtures can simulate Wess-Zumino supersymmetry (SUSY) model, the first example of SUSY theories. At zero temperature, SUSY is not spontaneously broken for this simplest SUSY model, which implies identical relativistic dispersions of the atom and its superpartner, bosonic diatom molecule. This defining signature of SUSY can be probed by single particle spectroscopies. Thermal breaking of SUSY at finite temperature is accompanied by a thermal Goldstone fermion, i.e., phonino excitation. This and other signatures of broken SUSY can also be probed experimentally.
Manifest Verification of QCD Gauge Theory
Yu Kun Qian
Physics , 2008,
Abstract: We analyze the magnetic moment of gluon, find if QCD is nongauge SU(3) theory then the magnetic moment of gluon varnishes, but if QCD is gauge theory then the magnetic moment of gluon will not vanishes. The magnetic moment of gluon can be measured by investigate the E-M decay of gluball.
Spontaneous CP violation and CPT violation
Yu Kun Qian
Physics , 2011,
Abstract: At first we give a little formalism to show some features of spontaneous CP violation theory. Then we give a convincing argument show that Cronin etc's experiment is a evidence of CPT violation and spontaneous CP violation is absolutely necessary. Final we discuss some possible CPT violation mechanism.
Biorthonormal Matrix-Product-State Analysis for Non-Hermitian Transfer-Matrix Renormalization-Group in the Thermodynamic Limit
Yu-Kun Huang
Statistics , 2011, DOI: 10.1088/1742-5468/2011/07/P07003
Abstract: We give a thorough Biorthonormal Matrix-Product-State (BMPS) analysis of the Transfer-Matrix Renormalization-Group (TMRG) for non-Hermitian matrices in the thermodynamic limit. The BMPS is built on a dual series of reduced biorthonormal bases for the left and right Perron states of a non-Hermitian matrix. We propose two alternative infinite-size Biorthonormal TMRG (iBTMRG) algorithms and compare their numerical performance in both finite and infinite systems. We show that both iBTMRGs produce a dual infinite-BMPS (iBMPS) which are translationally invariant in the thermodynamic limit. We also develop an efficient wave function transformation of the iBTMRG, an analogy of McCulloch in the infinite-DMRG [arXiv:0804.2509 (2008)], to predict the wave function as the lattice size is increased. The resulting iBMPS allows for probing bulk properties of the system in the thermodynamic limit without boundary effects and allows for reducing the computational cost to be independent of the lattice size, which are illustrated by calculating the magnetization as a function of the temperature and the critical spin-spin correlation in the thermodynamic limit for a 2D classical Ising model.
The Online Assessment of Electric Distribution Network Load Capability  [PDF]
Haoming Liu, Zhenkun Li, Kun Yu, Xingying Chen
Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications (JEMAA) , 2009, DOI: 10.4236/jemaa.2009.11008
Abstract: To improve the security and reliability of a distribution network, several issues, such as influences of operation con-strains, real-time load margin calculation, and online security level evaluation, are with great significance. In this pa-per, a mathematical model for load capability online assessment of a distribution network is established, and a repeti-tive power flow calculation algorithm is proposed to solve the problem as well. With assessment on three levels: the entire distribution network, a sub-area of the network and a load bus, the security level of current operation mode and load transfer capability during outage are thus obtained. The results can provide guidelines for prevention control, as well as restoration control. Simulation results show that the method is simple, fast and can be applied to distribution networks belonged to any voltage level while taking into account all of the operation constraints.
Transmission Scheduling Algorithm in DTN  [PDF]
Wei Yu, Hongyan Li, Jiandong Li, Lin Jin, Kun Yuan
Communications and Network (CN) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/cn.2013.53B2047
Abstract: Delay Tolerant Networks (DTNs) is a dynamic topology network, in which connection durations of each link are variable and paths between two nodes are intermittent. Most of protocols which are widely used in traditional wireless network are not suitable for DTNs. DTN adopts store-and-forward mechanism to cope with the problem of intermittent path. With limited storage of each node, it is a challenge for scheduling nodes’ transmission to avoid overflow of nodes’ buffers. In this paper we propose an optimal transmission scheduling algorithm for DTN with nodes’ buffer constraints. The object of the optimal algorithm is to get maximum throughput. We also present an algorithm for obtaining suboptimal transmission schedules. Our solution is certified through simulation, and it is observed that our solution can improve network performance in the aspects of avoiding overflow and increasing network throughput.
Biomass Accumulation and Water Purification of Water Spinach Planted on Water Surface by Floating Beds for Treating Biogas Slurry  [PDF]
Xiaomei Yu, Zhaohua Li, Sha Zhao, Kun Li
Journal of Environmental Protection (JEP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jep.2013.411141
Abstract:

To find a new way treating the wastewater from biogas reactors in a pig farm, vegetated floating bed was built for observing the water-purifying capability of water spinach (Ipomoea aquatic) planted on the water surface. Experiments were carried out to record the growth and biomass accumulation of water spinach and its effect on purification of biogas wastewater. The results show that the water which mixed with biogas wastewater has been purified significantly by water spinach on the floating bed. During its growth season within four months, the overall length of water spinach reached 199 ± 35 cm, while its root length reached 63 ± 28.6 cm. The average weight of individual fresh plant is of 1285 ± 619.7 g. Meanwhile, the concentration of total nitrogen (TN) in water under the floating bed decreased from 8.9 ± 0.062 mg·L-1 to 0.5 ± 0.011 mg·L-1; the concentration of total phosphorus (TP) decreased from 4.4 ± 0.236 mg·L-1 to 0.92 ± 0.024 mg·L-1; the concentration of chemical oxygen demand (COD) decreased from 87.3 ± 6.68 mg·L-1 to 0.74 ± 0.46 mg·L

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