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Objective: To explore the coping style of high school
students and its relationship to mental health. Methods: Make a survey upon 320
students through coping style questionnaire and MSMH. Results: High school
students often resort to problem solving and appeal to coping factors. No
distinct gender difference is found in coping style. There are different
degrees of correlation between coping style and mental health. Remarkable grade
difference is shown in the factor of appealing in coping style and the three
factors of compulsion, anxiety and mental imbalance in mental health.
Conclusion: Relatively mature coping style has come into existence among
high school students, but more guidance and assistance are in need in cultivating
the coping style and improving the mental health.
There is an intimate correlation between rough set theory and formal concept analysis theory, so rough set approximations can be realized by means of formal concept analysis. For any given multiple valued information system, the realization of rough set approximation operation has two major steps, firstly convert the information system from multiple valued one to single valued formal context, secondly realize rough set approximation operations aided by concept lattice, which is equivalent to a query operation under some necessary conditions.
An open source Direct Simulation Monte Carlo (DSMC) code, called as dsmcFoam in OpenFOAM, is used to study a blunt body with the shape of a space crew capsule return vehicle. The rarefied gas has the Knudsen number with 0.03. The flow with a Mach number 4.35 over the capsule was simulated by DSMC. The distributions of velocity field and temperature around the capsule were calculated. This study may provide some useful information for the reentry of the return vehicle.
Quantitative characterization of the mechanical properties of materials
in micro-/nano-scale using depth-sensing indentation technique demands high performance
of nanoindentation instruments in use. In this paper, the efforts to calibrate
the capacitive force transducer of a commercial nanoindentation instrument are presented,
where the quasi-static characteristic of the force transducer has been calibrated
by a precise compensation balance with a resolution of ~1 nN. To investigate the
dynamic response of the transducer, an electrostatic MEMS (Micro-Electro-Mechanical
System) based on nano-force transfer standard with nano-Newton (10-9 Newton)
resolution and a bandwidth up to 6 kHz have been employed. Preliminary
experimental results indicate that 1) the force transducer under calibration has a
probing force uncertainty less than 300 nN (1σ) in the calibration range of 1 mN; 2) the transient duration
at contact points amounts to 10 seconds; 3) the overshoot of
engagement is pre-load dependent.