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Rheological and Topographical Controls on Deformation Due to a Shallow Magma Reservoir - new

J. H. Johnson[1]
[1]University of Bristol School of Earth Sciences, Bristol, UK

The use of high-resolution topography in the finite element model demonstrates that deformation from a shallow pressure source can be dramatically affected by overlying relief, not only in magnitude, but also in azimuth. This result is significant as it allows traditionally anomalous data to be evenly weighted during inversions for magma reservoir parameters. The result that surface ...

Performance of a Miniaturized Hydrocyclone for the Isolation of Schistosoma Mansoni Eggs - new

C. Soares[1], N. Padoin[1], F. Montalvo[2], D. Cobra[2]
[1]Federal University of Santa Catarina, Florianópolis, SC, Brazil
[2]CERTI Foundation, Florianópolis, SC, Brazil

Schistosoma mansoni parasites affect million people worldwide. The intensity of the infection can be evaluated by the number of eggs present in the stool of an infected individual. The application of the traditional methods has been regarded as impractical in developing areas and there is a continuous search for new techniques. In face of this scenario, a new method of diagnosis was explored in ...

Estimation of Critical Parameters of Drop-Drop Electrocoalescence Using a Multiple-Drop System - new

S. S. Kulkarni[1], V. A. Juvekar[1], A. Chheda[2]
[1]Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
[2]Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Electrocoalescence is the phenomenon of coalescence of droplets suspended in an insulating liquid or in a gas under the action of an electric field. Electrocoalescence is considered a promising tool in many petrochemical industries for desalting crude oils. However, this technique suffers from some drawbacks such as short circuiting of electrodes, limitations on applied electric field and its ...

A Comparison of Mass Reduction Methods for Silicon-on-Oxide (SOI)-based Micromirrors

H. J. Hall [1], L. A. Starman [1],
[1] Sensors Directorate, Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright-Patterson AFB, OH, USA

Beam steering and adaptive optics micromirror applications commonly demand optically flat surfaces with minimal mass. When reflective coatings (usually metallic Au or Al) are applied to micromirror surfaces in order to meet optical reflectivity requirements the resulting film stress (usually tensile) can be substantial. The mass of the mirror can be a limiting factor in the dynamic performance. ...

Simulating the Flow of Native Silk Feedstocks In Vivo

J. Sparkes [1],
[1] Natural Materials Group, Dept of Materials Science and Engineering, The University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK

The ability to artificially produce silk fibers has great commercial, industrial and scientific implications. Much has been made of their remarkable mechanical properties but few have considered how they are imparted on the initially liquid silk feedstock.1 I am exploring how silk duct geometry affects the fibers produced as by understanding the flow conditions within the model, and comparing ...

Preliminary Design of the New HI-LUMI LHC Beam Screen

M. Morrone [1],
[1] CERN, Geneva, Switzerland

The high luminosity large hadron collider (HL-LHC) project aims at increasing the integrated luminosity by a factor of 10 from its original value (from 300 to 3000 fb-1) leading to the potential extension of scientific discoveries. To attain this goal, important upgrades will take place in the LHC by 2024 including the installation of new superconducting magnets in which new beam screens will be ...


刘佳琪 [1], 朴胜春 [2], 唐骏 [2]
[1] 哈尔滨工程大学,哈尔滨,黑龙江,中国
[2] 挪威科技大学,特隆赫姆,挪威

海洋覆盖了地球表面百分之七十以上的面积,其中蕴藏着丰富的生物矿产资源,日益受到世界各国的重视。声波作为海水中传输信号的唯一载体,在浅海波导中的传播受海底和海面影响很大,当声波在浅海波导中发生折射反射和散射时,如何预报复杂海底边界条件下浅海中的传播特性对海洋开发有重要意义。针对含有声速剖面的沉积层海底、楔形海底及实际弹性海底,利用有限元理论,对二维浅海声场的传播损失进行数值模拟。应用 COMSOL Multiphysics® 软件的声压接口和声结构耦合接口,把地形数据导入软件模拟真实海底的地形。把浅海波导简化成分层矩形,信号源以点声源的形式向外发射单频信号,在模型定义处添加完美匹配层模拟无限远距离处声压场情况;对于含有声速剖面情况的波导问题,在 COMSOL 中可以较为便捷地以添加内插函数的形式进行仿真,与其他声场建模软件形成对比,突显有限理论元理论计算浅海传播损失的优势 ...


张秀海 [1], 王琼 [1], 屈治国 [1],
[1] 西安交通大学,西安,陕西,中国

引言 多孔材料能够吸收大量声能且只反射少量声波,因此具有良好的吸声性能而被广泛地用于噪声的控制。梯度多孔材料吸声性能的实验研究已经有所开展,但相应的数值研究却很鲜见。 COMSOL Multiphysics® 的使用 本文分别用3层和6层孔隙度呈等差数列的多孔玻璃丝组合成梯度多孔玻璃丝(图1为由3层不同孔隙度的多孔玻璃丝组成的梯度多孔玻璃丝,空气区域为宽W、高H的矩形,余下区域为多孔玻璃丝区域),并根据 DBM 模型采用 COMSOL Multiphysics® 模拟组合成的梯度多孔玻璃丝的吸声性能。 结果 由图2,梯度多孔玻璃丝(3层)与相同厚度、相同孔隙度普通多孔玻璃丝比较,前者在声音处于低频段情况吸声效果有明显的改善。梯度多孔玻璃丝(3层)和梯度多孔玻璃丝(6层)的吸声系数如图3所示,在 100Hz-400Hz 的低频段,两者吸声系数有较大的误差。 结论 ...

Investigation of Low Energy Impact on Aeronautical Composite

M. Buonsanti [1], F. Ceravolo [1], G. Leonardi [1],
[1] Universita' Mediterranea Dipartimento Dicema, Reggio Calabria, Italy

Composite behavior when undergoing to low energy impact has been investigated thorough modelling and simulation computation. We consider the dynamic impact among a small granular material piece and a large composite material body. Really, our investigation will to simulate the aeronautical debris impact similarly when aircraft perform the taxi on the runway or when in the deceleration phase ...

Numerical Modeling of Magnetic Field Emissions From am HDD Walkover Locating System

A. Jaganathan [1], J. Montoute [1],
[1] Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA, USA

In this paper, numerical modeling of the artificially induced magnetic field from a walk-over locator used to detect the drill head underground in Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) is presented. Numerical predictions are compared against the experimental data and closed-form solutions to validate the model. After validations, the numerical model is used to investigate a situation that could ...