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The teaching strategy
plays an important part in the effectiveness of the college English teaching. After
comparing the current college English teaching strategies in China, this paper
attempts to analyze the process teaching strategies and the cognitive teaching
strategies of the novice, the proficient and the expert college English
teachers at different teaching stages of teaching and proposes the optimizing
path of the teaching strategies. This helps make up for the lack of research of
enhancing the college English teaching strategies inChina.
The magnetic levitation transportation system is one of the potential applications of high-Tc superconducting (HTS) maglev system. The prototype HTS magnetic levitation system is composed of one HTS bulk and a permanent magnet railway (PMR). The maglev transportation system performance is influenced by the maximum levitation force, the maximum guidance force and the maximum of external applied magnetic flux density. The applied magnetic field distribution also needs to be considered carefully. In the paper, the magnetic levitation force of cylindrical HTS bulk over PMR is experimentally studied. During the experiment, symmetrical PMR and Halbach PMR are used separately. The levitation force-gap loops of different lateral offset of the HTS bulk above PMRs are obtained experimentally. The results show that the HTS bulk levitation performance is tightly relative to the external applied magnetic field distribution. The maximum magnetic levitation forces of HTS bulk above symmetrical PMR decrease linearly with the lateral offset increasing. When the lateral offset changes from 0 mm to 25 mm, the maximum magnetic levitation forces of HTS bulk above Halbach PMR increase with the lateral offset increasing. When the lateral offset exceeds the center of the Halbach PMR by 25 mm, the maximum force decreases rapidly with the increase of the lateral offset of the bulk sample.
Melatonin, as an endogenous hormone produced mainly in the pineal gland in a clear circadian fashion, has diverse physiological functions, such as the control of circadian rhythms, sleep regulation, antioxidant, etc. Recently, accumulating researches about melatonin and pain have been reported. In this review, comparison and summary about analgesic/proalgesic effect of melatonin in inflammatory and neuropathic pain will be made. Some possible pathways of melatonin involved in dual pain modulation might help to explain all these conflicting results in various situations.