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Modularity and Dynamics of Cellular Networks
Yuan Qi,Hui Ge
PLOS Computational Biology , 2006, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.0020174
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Simulation of Hydrophobicity Evaluation and Structural Optimization Design Method for Micro-Array Units  [PDF]
Yang Shen, Ge Guo, Yafeng Zhang, Yuan Lu, Xin Wang
Journal of Surface Engineered Materials and Advanced Technology (JSEMAT) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jsemat.2018.82004
Abstract: In recent years, researches published on hydrophobic materials increase rapidly, wherein the method for changing hydrophobicity by modifying a micro-array structure on the surface of the material also has been proposed. Of course, if it is possible for us to quantitatively analyse and evaluate hydrophobicity of different structures of one certain material at first, this task will greatly optimize the design of actual structures. In this work, we used the algorithm for Laminar Two-Phase Flow, Horizontal-set method integrated in COMSOL to build two single-pore simulation structures in different shapes and simulated the behaviour of the liquid transition from Cassie-state to Wenzel-state during the impregnation process. After that, the intrinsic contact angle of Structure T (a porous structure with a T-shaped sectional profile) was obtained under a certain pressure which maintained liquids in Cassie-state. Meanwhile, two equilibrium states of the liquid-air interface as well as two different patterns of the equilibrium state disrupting were found in Structure R (a porous structure with a Chamfered T-shaped sectional profile). Simulation results show that the modelling method can be applied for simulating the hydrophobicity of different porous structures and optimizing the procedures for the design of the micro-array efficiently.
Modification Effect of Nano-Graphene Oxide on Properties and Structure of Polysulfone Ultrafiltration Membrane  [PDF]
Hao Yuan, Lahua Jin, Dan Luo, Chen Ge
Journal of Environmental Protection (JEP) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jep.2018.911074
Abstract: In order to improve the purification properties of polysulfone (PSF) ultrafiltration membranes (UFM), nano-graphene oxide (nano-GO) was taken as modifier, and the physical blending process was adopted in our experiment. The microstructure, surface morphology and functional groups of modified UFM have been characterized respectively by scanning electron microscopy, atomic force microscopy and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, and the static contact angle between the membrane surface and the water droplet has also been detected to show the change of its hydrophilicity. Through experiments, it has been found that modified UFM has larger and more developed finger micro-pores, and there exist a large number of -OH groups on its surface, and also its hydrophilicity has been enhanced. The result of the experiments show that the modified UFM may keep rejection above 97% and its water flux can be reached at about 219.1 L/(m2·h) under pressure of 1 bar if 0.4 wt% of nano-GO was added. Additionally, the nano-GO can increase the flux recovery radio (FRR) of the membranes, and the maximum FRR was observed as 74.4% if 0.3 wt% of nano-GO was appended.
Temporal Distribution of Fish Community Structure in Dongting Lake Estuary  [PDF]
Xiping Yuan, Xin Yang, Hongzi Ge, Hong Li, Daqing Deng
Agricultural Sciences (AS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/as.2019.103025
Abstract: The Dongting Lake Estuary is migration pathways for some river-lake migratory and semi-migratory fishes. In the present study, an annual survey of fish was conducted from January to November 2018 covering a total of 6 sites in Dongting Lake Estuary. A total of 57 freshwater species and subspecies belonging to 5 orders and 10 families were recorded. The catches at the Dongting Lake Estuary were mainly composed of Lake settled fish. The biomass of Cyprinus (Cyprinus) carpio Linnaeus was the highest, accounting for 25.53% of the total catches, followed by Hypophthalmichthys molitrixs, Culter alburnus Basilewsky and Ctenopharyngodon idellus, accounting for 10.41%, 8.99% and 7.10% of the total catches, respectively. The four major domestic carps accounted for 26.13% of the total catch. The range of richness of species varied between 40 and 51 species. The trend was fewer species in spring, with the arrival of summer and autumn gradually increasing, peaking at the turn of summer and autumn, and then gradually decreasing with the arrival of winter, to the lowest in spring. The Shannon, Simpson, Pielou and Margalef indices showed the consistent trends with richness of species.
Genetic Structure of Spinibarbus caldwelli Based on mtDNA D-Loop  [PDF]
Xiping Yuan, Xin Yang, Hongzi Ge, Hong Li
Agricultural Sciences (AS) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/as.2019.102015
Abstract: Spinibarbus caldwelli was an endemic species to China, and its germplasm protection and resources utilization had become more and more concerned. To know its genetic diversity and differentiation, the mitochondrial DNA D-loop was amplified and sequenced for 148 individuals from four regions of Pearl River and Yangtze River Basin. Altogether 9 variable nucleotide sites existed among the aligned sequences of 748 bp, and 8 haplotypes were found within 148 individuals. The average nucleotide diversity (Pi) was high 0.00297, while haplotype diversity (Hd) was 0.706. The average genetic distance was 0.00298, most value occurred between LJ and CL populations, and small value occurred between HJ and QZ populations.
CRYSTAL GROWTH OF ARMCO IRON,ELECTROLYTIC IRON AND DILUTE SOLID SOLUTION Fe-Ti ALLOYS

SUN Tizhong,GE Qinglin,CHEN Yuan,

金属学报 , 1985,
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Survey on the stability of networked control systems

Yuan GE,Li TIAN,Zhenan LIU,

控制理论与应用 , 2007,
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THE SITUATION AND EXISTENT PROBLEM OF ENTREPRENEUR GROUP CONSTRUCTION OF CHINA
Hui-yuan MAO,Hua GE
Management Science and Engineering , 2008,
Abstract: Entrepreneur is the engine of sustainable development of the enterprise. Strengthening entrepreneur group construction is the necessary demand for establishing and consummating modern entrepreneur’s institution and coming true economy development calmly and fastly. This paper analyzes basic status in quo of China’s entrepreneur on the basis of definiting entrepreneur’s meaning, points out the existent problem of Entrepreneur Group Construction of China. Key words: China, Entrepreneur, Entrepreneur Group Construction
Spatio-Temporal Changes and Their Reasons to the Geopolitical Influence of China and the US in South Asia
Shufang Wang,Yuan Cao,Yuejing Ge
Sustainability , 2015, DOI: 10.3390/su7011064
Abstract: The current international society has entered an era of large-scale power transfer. Government interests have gradually transferred from national strength to national influence. As such, how to quantitatively present the fuzzy geopolitical influence ( i.e., geo-influence) has attracted greater attention from scholars. The proposed concept of geo-influence conforms to this trend of power structure change in international relations, and provides a reference for national sustainable development on the international stage. This study sets up an index system and a mathematical model of geopolitical influence, and explores the spatio-temporal changes of the geo-influence of China and the United States (US) in South Asia over the past decade. Three primary results are found as follows: (1) In general, the geo-influence of China and the US in South Asia increased between 2003 and 2012. In terms of growth rate, the geo-influence of China in South Asia grew much faster than that of the US; (2) The overall strength and geo-influence show non-linear relationships. Strong national overall strength does not necessarily mean that one country has the strongest geo-influence; (3) National geo-influence is inversely proportional to the friction of distance. The larger the friction of distance is, the smaller national geo-potential is, and vice versa.
Using Finite Element Analysis and Experimental Analysis on Vibration of a Piezoelectric Micro Pump  [PDF]
Bo-Wun Huang, Jung-Ge Tseng, Chien-Hua Chang, Chen-Yuan Li
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2015.38128
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Due to the rise of biological and MEMS technology in recent years, some micro flow system components have drawn attention and been developed by many investigators. The importance of micro-pumps manufactured is higher than the other part of micro flow system since it is the power source of the entire micro-flow system and responsible for driving working fluid in the microfluidic system. In actual operation, the instability and bad dynamic characteristics of the micro-pump will cause larger fluid flow mobility error, such as transport behavior and response procedures failure, etc., and even damage the microfluidic system. Therefore, to investigate the stability and dynamic characteristics of a micro pump is necessary. The Finite element analysis (FEA), ANSYS Workbench, is employed to analyze the dynamic characteristics of this micro pump, and experiment is also considered in this study.

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