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    Fluid Transport in Compacted Porous Talc Blocks

    Viveca Wallqvist1, Per M. Claesson2, Agne Swerin1, Patrick A. C. Gane3,4,3, Joachim Schoelkopf3

    FDMP-Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing, Vol.4, No.2, pp. 85-98, 2008, DOI:10.3970/fdmp.2008.004.085

    Abstract It has been shown that talc powder can be compacted into tablets with a preferred orientation of the platelets. The tablets can be obtained with different controlled porosity depending on pressing methods and applied pressure. The tablets can be obtained with or without additives, which may, in turn, be adsorbed. The orientation of the high aspect ratio platy talc, the surface chemistry imparted by the additives and the transported fluid influence the imbibition and permeation rates. Non-polar hexadecane displays a higher imbibition and permeability than water for all particulate orientations during short timescale absorption, likely… More >

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    Interface Deformation and Convective Transport in Horizontal Differentially Heated Air-Oil Layers

    Srikrishna Sahu1, K. Muralidhar1, P.K. Panigrahi1

    FDMP-Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing, Vol.3, No.3, pp. 265-286, 2007, DOI:10.3970/fdmp.2007.003.265

    Abstract Convection in a differentially heated cavity partly filled with silicone oil has been experimentally studied. The air-oil layers are subjected to a temperature difference in the vertical direction, with the lower wall being heated with respect to the top. The overall geometry is that of an enclosed cavity that is octagonal in plan. Heights of oil layers considered for experiments correspond to 30, 50, and 70% of the vertical cavity dimension. Measurements have been carried out using a shadowgraph technique. A limited number of interferograms have also been recorded. The shadowgraph technique has been validated… More >

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    A Unified Theory for Interphase Transport Phenomena with Interfacial Velocity and Surface Tension Gradients: Applications to Single Crystal Growth and Microgravity Sciences

    Akira Hirata1

    FDMP-Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing, Vol.3, No.3, pp. 203-230, 2007, DOI:10.3970/fdmp.2007.003.203

    Abstract This article is a summary of author's typical research works (over the last four decades) on interphase transport phenomena in the presence of interfacial fluid motion and surface tension gradients on liquid-fluid interfaces, and related applications to single crystal growth and microgravity sciences. A unified theory for momentum, heat and mass transfer on liquid-fluid and solid-fluid interfaces is proposed, which takes into account interface mobility. It is shown that interface contamination and turbulence can be well explained, respectively, by suppression and enhancement of the interfacial velocity induced by surface tension gradients. Transport phenomena on solid More >

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    Oxygen Transport in Tissue Engineering Systems: Cartilage and Myocardium

    B. Obradovic1, M. Radisic2, G. Vunjak-Novakovic3

    FDMP-Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing, Vol.3, No.3, pp. 189-202, 2007, DOI:10.3970/fdmp.2007.003.189

    Abstract Efficient transport of oxygen is one of the main requirements in tissue engineering systems in order to avoid cell death in the inner tissue regions and support uniform tissue regeneration. In this paper, we review approaches to design of tissue engineering systems with adequate oxygen delivery for cultivation of cartilage and myocardium, two distinctly different tissue types with respect to the tissue structure and oxygen requirements. Mathematical modeling was used to support experimental results and predict oxygen transport within the cultivated tissues and correlate it to the cell response and tissue properties. More >

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    Phonon Transport of Rough Si/Ge Superlattice Nanotubes

    Yuhang Jing1, Ming Hu2,3

    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.38, No.1, pp. 43-59, 2013, DOI:10.3970/cmc.2013.038.043

    Abstract Nanostructuring of thermoelectric materials bears promise for manipulating physical parameters to improve the energy conversion efficiency of thermoelectrics. In this paper the thermal transport in Si/Ge superlattice nanotubes is investigated by performing nonequilibrium molecular dynamics simulations aiming at realizing low thermal conductivity by surface roughening. Our calculations revealed that the thermal conductivity of Si/Ge superlattice nanotubes depends nonmonotonically on periodic length and increases as the wall thickness increases. However, the thermal conductivity is not sensitive to the inner diameters due to the strong surface scattering at thin wall thickness. In addition, introducing roughness onto the More >

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    Improved VGG Model for Road Traffic Sign Recognition

    Shuren Zhou1,2,*, Wenlong Liang1,2, Junguo Li1,2, Jeong-Uk Kim3

    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.57, No.1, pp. 11-24, 2018, DOI:10.32604/cmc.2018.02617

    Abstract Road traffic sign recognition is an important task in intelligent transportation system. Convolutional neural networks (CNNs) have achieved a breakthrough in computer vision tasks and made great success in traffic sign classification. In this paper, it presents a road traffic sign recognition algorithm based on a convolutional neural network. In natural scenes, traffic signs are disturbed by factors such as illumination, occlusion, missing and deformation, and the accuracy of recognition decreases, this paper proposes a model called Improved VGG (IVGG) inspired by VGG model. The IVGG model includes 9 layers, compared with the original VGG More >

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    Analyzing Cross-domain Transportation Big Data of New York City with Semi-supervised and Active Learning

    Huiyu Sun1,*, Suzanne McIntosh1

    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.57, No.1, pp. 1-9, 2018, DOI:10.32604/cmc.2018.03684

    Abstract The majority of big data analytics applied to transportation datasets suffer from being too domain-specific, that is, they draw conclusions for a dataset based on analytics on the same dataset. This makes models trained from one domain (e.g. taxi data) applies badly to a different domain (e.g. Uber data). To achieve accurate analyses on a new domain, substantial amounts of data must be available, which limits practical applications. To remedy this, we propose to use semi-supervised and active learning of big data to accomplish the domain adaptation task: Selectively choosing a small amount of datapoints… More >

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