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A New Surfactant Flooding Model for Low Permeability Reservoirs  [PDF]
Yongwei Li, Lizhong Yin
Open Journal of Fluid Dynamics (OJFD) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojfd.2013.31001
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Surfactant as a successful Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) agent has been widely used in many mature reservoirs. This research focuses on the description of surfactant solution at low permeability condition. A new three-dimensional, two phase, three-component surfactant simulator is presented. The simulator is based on the non-Darcy flow characteristics of surfactant flooding in the low permeability formations. The change of threshold pressure and influences of surfactant on convection, diffusion, adsorption, and retention, are all considered. A new equation for the calculation of surfactant adsorption is employed, which can significantly promote the matching degree between the mathematical model and field practice. The design of this new simulator is to help the decision-making in the reservoir engineering analysis of surfactant EOR projects, to face the challenge of the design of injection schemes, to assist the surfactant screening, to screen and assess laboratory and field data and their effect on the performance predictions, and to find the optimal methods of field development.

The Gauss-Bonnet-Chern Theorem on Riemannian Manifolds
Yin Li
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: This expository paper contains a detailed introduction to some important works concerning the Gauss-Bonnet-Chern theorem. The study of this theorem has a long history dating back to Gauss's Theorema Egregium (Latin: Remarkable Theorem) and culminated in Chern's groundbreaking work [14] in 1944, which is a deep and wonderful application of Elie Cartan's formalism. The idea and tools in [14] have a great generalization and continue to produce important results till today. In this paper, we give four different proofs of the Gauss-Bonnet-Chern theorem on Riemannian manifolds, namely Chern's simple intrinsic proof, a topological proof, Mathai-Quillen's Thom form proof and McKean-Singer-Patodi's heat equation proof. These proofs are related with remarkable developments in differential geometry such as the Chern-Weil theory, theory of characteristic classes, Mathai-Quillen's formalism and the Atiyah-Singer index theorem. It is through these brilliant achievements the great importance and influence of Chern's insights and ideas are shown. Our purpose here is to use the Gauss- Bonnet-Chern theorem as a guide to expose the reader to some advanced topics in modern differential geometry.
Note on Some Limit Properties of Trigonometric Series of A Certain Type
Yin Li
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: In this note, we study a certain class of trigonometric series which is important in many problems. An unproved statement in Zygmund's book [5] will be proved and generalized. Further discussions based on this problem will also be made here.
Falling-Incident Detection and Alarm by Smartphone with Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS)  [PDF]
Yi He, Ye Li, Chuan Yin
E-Health Telecommunication Systems and Networks (ETSN) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/etsn.2012.11001
Abstract: This paper presents a system with real-time classification of human movements based on smartphone mounted on the waist. The built-in tri-accelerometer was utilized to collect the information of body motion. At the same time, the smartphone is able to classify the data for activity recognition. By our algorithm, body motion can be classified into five different patterns: vertical activity, lying, sitting or static standing, horizontal activity and fall. It alarms falling by Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) with map of suspected fall location, GPS coordinate and time etc. If a fall was suspected, an automatic MMS would be sent to preset people. The major advantage of the proposed system is the novel application of smartphone which already have the necessary sensors and can monitor fall ubiquitously without any additional devices.
Nonsurgical orthodontic treatment for an adult with skeletal open bite, class III malocclusion and posterior crossbite: A case report  [PDF]
Yongming Li, Jiaqiang Liu, Yin Ding
Open Journal of Stomatology (OJST) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojst.2013.33042
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Class III malocclusion associated with skeletal anterior open bite pattern in adults can be a challenging orthodontic problem, especially for the nonsurgical treatment. Conventionally, several treatment alternatives are available such as tooth extraction, molar intrusion, and absolute anchorage system or orthognathic surgical correction. Although correction with surgery may be the most effective and stable way, many patients refused surgical treatment plan because of the costs and traumas it may bring. We reported a nonsurgical orthopedic treatment of 22-year-old male with severe skeletal anterior open bite, dental Class III malocclusion, posterior crossbite and a high mandibular plane angle. The patient refused surgery and extraction. So we formulated a treatment plan consisting of using rapid palatal expansion appliance to expand the maxilla, standard edgewise brackets to align the teeth, Class III elastics to correct the canines, premolars, and molars relationship, reverse curve of the nickel-titanium wire combined with anterior vertical elastics to intrude molars and correct open bite. In this case, without suffering of surgery, the posterior crossbite was ideally corrected, and ideal overjet and overbite relationships and functional occlusion were all achieved. The patient obtained satisfactory occlusal as well as functional and stable results.

Random Attractors for the Dissipative Hamiltonian Amplitude Equation Governing Modulated Wave Instabilities with Additive Noise  [PDF]
Jinyan Yin, Yangrong Li, Huijun Zhao
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2013.13007
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In this paper, we study the random dynamical system (RDS) generated by the dissipative Hamiltonian amplitude equation with additive noise defined on the periodic boundaries. We investigate the existence of a compact random attractor for the RDS associated with the equation through introducing two functions and one process in E0=H1×L2. The compactness of the RDS is established by the decomposition of solution semigroup.

Dividend Payments with a Hybrid Strategy in the Compound Poisson Risk Model  [PDF]
Peng Li, Chuancun Yin, Ming Zhou
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/am.2014.513187
Abstract: In this paper, a hybrid dividend strategy in the compound Poisson risk model is considered. In the absence of dividends, the surplus of an insurance company is modelled by a compound Poisson process. Dividends are paid at a constant rate whenever the modified surplus is in a interval; the premium income no longer goes into the surplus but is paid out as dividends whenever the modified surplus exceeds the upper bound of the interval, otherwise no dividends are paid. Integro-differential equations with boundary conditions satisfied by the expected total discounted dividends until ruin are derived; for example, closed-form solutions are given when claims are exponentially distributed. Accordingly, the moments and moment-generating functions of total discounted dividends until ruin are considered. Finally, the Gerber-Shiu function and Laplace transform of the ruin time are discussed.
Preparation and Characteristics of Novel Fibers Based on Cellulose Acetate and Soy Lecithin for Attracting and Binding POPs  [PDF]
Jinxian Huo, Zuopeng Li, Yin Wang
Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection (GEP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/gep.2015.310001
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Soy lecithin (SL)-modified cellulose acetate (L-CA) fibers for use as a novel biomimic material were prepared by a dry-jet wet spinning process from a solution of the polymer in dioxin. Characteristics of the L-CA fibers, such as structural properties, water absorbance, electrical conductivity and accumulation of trace persistent organic pollutants (POPs), were examined. Cross-sectional scanning electron microscopy (SEM) of L-CA unveiled a finger-like structure, along with a thin dense surface layer like that of CA. On the basis of X-ray photoelectron spectroscopic (XPS) observations, it was concluded that the enhancement of binding energy was optimum with 10% SL in the fiber, whereas superfluous SL led to self-assembly between the SL molecules, which weakened the binding between the SL and CA. Also, the L-CA fibers showed good water absorbance and a low charge conductivity in comparison to that of the non-modified CA fibers. Examination of the ability to accumulate POPs from water showed that L-CA is a effective candidate for the removal of micropollutants from aqueous solution.

A Method for Measuring the Degree of Fermentation of the Edible Mushroom Cultivation Substrate  [PDF]
Jinping Zhang, Xuebin Li, Yue Yin
Natural Resources (NR) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/nr.2018.911022
Abstract: In the study, eight treated substrates were designed to explore the possibility to determine the degree of fermentation of the substrate by the mycelial growth rate, whose main raw material includes?composted pine sawdust, oil tea shell and hickory shell respectively, and auxiliary materials contain rice bran, soybean powder, etc. The result showed that the shiitake mushroom grew well in 7 treatments whose mycelial growth rate could be measured on 3rd?days when the mycelial growth rates of P1, C1 and H1 were 5.0 mm/d, 9.66 m/s, 13.33m/s.?Auricularia cornea?var.Li exhibited the fastest growth on P1 substrate. And mycelial growth rates of P1, P0 and CK1 were 5.8 mm/d,?3.66mm/d,?and?4.66 mm/d on 3rd?day, respectively. The growth rates?of?Pleurotusgeesteranus?of C1, CK2 and P0 were 9.0 mm/d,11.66 mm/d,?and?4.00 mm/d on 3rd?day, respectively. So the degree of fermentation of the substrate could be determined within
Clustering Network Topology Control Method Based on Responsibility Transmission  [PDF]
Zhihua Li, Pengfei Li, Xi Yin, Kexiang Cui
International Journal of Intelligence Science (IJIS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ijis.2012.224017
Abstract: The topology control is an effective approach which can improve the quality of wireless sensor network at all sides. Through studying the mechanism of sensor network data transmission, the nature of data transmission in wireless sensor network is concluded as a kind of responsibility transmission. By redefining the responsibility and availability of nodes, the strategy for cluster head selection is studied, the responsibility and availability is determined by the combination of the residual energy, location and current flow of nodes. Based on the above, new clustering network topology control algorithm based on responsibility transmission CNTCABRT and hierarchical multi-hop CNTCABRT is presented in this paper, whose algorithm structure is along the famous LEACH algorithm. Experimental result demonstrates its promising performance over the famous LEACH algorithm in the cluster head selection, the size of cluster, the deployment of nodes and the lifetime of nodes, and several innovative conclusions are proposed finally.
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