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Research on the Fault Location Principle for the Earthing Electrode Line of the UHVDC Transmission System  [PDF]
Xu Peng, Yu Jiang
Energy and Power Engineering (EPE) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/epe.2013.54B227
Abstract: The UHVDC transmission line transports large-capacity power, and its safety operation has very important rule on the safe operation of grid. Currently, in the DC transmission system, the earthing electrode line has the functions of ground potential fixing and bipolar imbalance current circulation during the operation of bipolar balance. Therefore the monitoring to the earthing electrode line operation is very essential. This article firstly introduced the current situation of the research on the earthing electrode line fault location method, then built the relevant PSCAD/EMTDC model for simulation verification of the current using Time Domain Reflectometry for the UHVDC earthing electrode line, and at last analyzed the reasons for the formation of the blind monitoring zones.
Study of Chinese Enterprises’ Overseas M & A: Based on National and Corporate Cultural Distance  [PDF]
Bo Xu, Xi Jiang
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.29012
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Chinese enterprises’ overseas M & A reached $43.4 billion in 2012, and the number was 26.3 times that of 2003. With Chinese enterprises’ increased overseas M & A cases, Chinese are facing the challenges from culture. This paper studies national cultural distance and enterprise culture distance, and measure relevant distance for 16 Chinese M & A cases.

Empirical Research on Relationship of Caddies’ Reward Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment and Turnover Intention  [PDF]
Xu Yongmei, Jiang Jiankai
Chinese Studies (ChnStd) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/chnstd.2015.42009
Abstract: Based on the situation of turnover of golf caddies, we study the relationship of caddies’ reward satisfaction, organizational commitment, and turnover intention in Shenzhen, China. The research shows that 1) caddies’ gender, education, grade, and years of working make a significant difference in turnover intention; 2) caddies’ reward satisfaction has a significant positive impact on organizational commitment, caddies’ reward satisfaction, organizational commitment has a significant negative impact on turnover intention, and affective commitment and continuance commitment have a significant negative impact on turnover intention; 3) caddies’ organizational commitment tends to mediate between the relationship of reward satisfaction and turnover intention. This paper also proposes some recommendations to improve caddies’ reward satisfaction, organizational commitment, and reduce the turnover intention for golf club managers.
A New ALS Based PMS Design and Its Evaluations  [PDF]
Zhi Xu, Daoqing Jiang
World Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology (WJNST) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/wjnst.2016.61001
Abstract: Westinghouse company (WEC) had developed a Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) approved advanced logic system (ALS) platform based on field programmable gate array (FPGA) technology as the next generation 1E class platform for protection and monitoring system (PMS) development for nuclear power plants. In compliance with the requirements of typical PMS functions, a new ALS based PMS is designed by overcoming the restrictions of communication modules etc. The consistency with data communication independence and isolation, deterministic, diversity requirements etc. is analyzed. The evaluations indicate the design meets the requirements and can be applied for coming projects.
Study on the Decriminalization of the Abetment or Assistance in Suicidal Behavior
—Based on the Objective Imputation Theory
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Zongsheng Xu, Xue Jiang
Beijing Law Review (BLR) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/blr.2016.74026
Abstract: Preferably Objectives: Study on whether abetting or assisting suicidal behavior constitutes a crime. Methods: With the Objective Imputation Theory to solve the causality relationship between the death results and abetment or assistance of suicidal behavior. Results: This paper discusses the abetment and assistance of suicidal behavior in the system of objective imputation theory. After a comprehensive analysis and demonstration, we get the results that the abetment and assistance behavior does not meet the three constituent conditions of objective imputation theory. Conclusions: The abetment and assistance of suicidal behavior does not constitute the crime of intentional homicide.
Local well-posedness for Euler-Poisson fluids with non-zero heat conduction
Jiang Xu
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: We consider the multidimensional Euler-Poisson equations with non-zero heat conduction, which consist of a coupled hyperbolic-parabolic-elliptic system of balance laws. We make a deep analysis on the coupling effects and establish a local well-posedness of classical solutions to the Cauchy problem pertaining to data in the critical Besov space. Proof mainly relies on a standard iteration argument. To achieve it, a new Moser-type inequality is developed by the Bony' decomposition.
Global classical solutions to the compressible Euler-Maxwell equations
Jiang Xu
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: In this paper, we consider the compressible Euler-Maxwell equations arising in semiconductor physics, which take the form of Euler equations for the conservation laws of mass density and current density for electrons, coupled to Maxwell's equations for self-consistent electromagnetic field. We study the global well-posedness in critical spaces and the limit to zero of some physical parameters in the scaled Euler-Maxwell equations. More precisely, using high- and low-frequency decomposition methods, we first construct uniform (global) classical solutions (around constant equilibrium) to the Cauchy problem of Euler-Maxwell equations in Chemin-Lerner's spaces with critical regularity. Furthermore, based on Aubin-Lions compactness lemma, it is justified that the (scaled) classical solutions converge globally in time to the solutions of compressible Euler-Poisson equations in the process of non-relativistic limit and to that of drift-diffusion equations under the relaxation limit or the combined non-relativistic and relaxation limits.
A Historical Narrative of Study of Fiber Grating Solitons  [PDF]
Xiaolu Li, Yuesong Jiang, Lijun Xu
Communications and Network (CN) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/cn.2010.21006
Abstract: A brief historical narrative of the study of grating solitons in fiber Bragg grating is presented from the late 1970’s up to now. The formation of photogeneration gratings in optical fiber by sustained exposure of the core to the interference pattern produced by oppositely propagating modes of argon-ion laser radiation was first reported in 1978. One important nonlinear application of fiber Bragg grating is grating solitons, including gap soliton and Bragg soliton. This paper summarily introduces the numerous theoretical and experimental results on this field, each indicating the potential these solitons have in all-optical switching, pulse compression, limiting, and logic operations, and especially important for the optical communication systems.
Theorizing Social Capital in Entrepreneurship—An Empirical Study in the Pearl River Delta, China  [PDF]
Chiu-Yin Leung, Jiang Xu
Chinese Studies (ChnStd) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/chnstd.2012.13003
Abstract: In this paper, a social capital framework is brought in to explore the dynamics of Chinese entrepreneurship with respect to the social and institutional conditions in the post-reform China. Based on data collected from field interviews, it analyzes how enterprise social capital impacts upon the Hong Kong affiliated manufacturing operations in the Pearl River Delta region. In regard to the “embeddedness-accessi- bility-use” framework, it is suggested that some trivial difference in the configuration of “guanxi (關係)” network could work specifically upon the divergent path of individual entrepreneurs during the early reform period of the Pearl River Delta. As China enters another stage of marketization, firms that have been over-embedded and poorly-positioned in the network are now forcing their way out of the region. Alternatively, recent institutional development across the border has boosted the significance of nurturing enterprise social capital in the formal coordinating channels. The renewal in the stock of enterprise social capital is crucial in reconfiguring the network dynamics and entrepreneurial action to influence the future trajectory of industrial development in the Pearl River Delta.
A Hydrodynamic Model Including Phase Transition and the Thermal Motion Induced Transverse Momentum Distributions in p-p Collisions at LHC Energies  [PDF]
Zhijin Jiang, Dongfang Xu, Yu Zhang
Journal of High Energy Physics, Gravitation and Cosmology (JHEPGC) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jhepgc.2018.41004
Abstract: It is widely believed that the matter created in p-p collisions exhibits a similar collective behavior as that formed in heavy ion collisions. In this paper, by taking into account the effects of thermal motion, the transverse momentum distributions of identified charged particles are discussed in the scope of the hydrodynamic model including phase transition. The theoretical model gives a good description to the data collected in p-p collisions at LHC energies for the transverse momentum up to about \"\" .
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