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    A Numerical Study on the Mechanisms Producing Forces on Cylinders Interacting with Stratified Shear Environments

    Yin Wang1,*, Lingling Wang2, Yong Ji1, Zhicheng Xi1, Wenwen Zhang1

    FDMP-Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing, Vol.17, No.2, pp. 471-485, 2021, DOI:10.32604/fdmp.2021.014652

    Abstract A three dimensional (3D) numerical wave flume is used to investigate carefully the ISWs (Internal solitary wave) forces acting on cylinders interacting with a stratified shear environment. Using the Large-Eddy Simulation (LES) approach and analyzing the distribution of shear stress and pressure along the surface of the cylinder, the differential pressure resistance and the viscous force are obtained. The method of multiple linear regression analysis is adopted and a comprehensive influence coefficient is determined accordingly to account for the dimensionless forces acting on the cylinder. Results show that the differential pressure resistance on a square cylinder is 1.5 times higher… More >

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    Synergetic effects of shock waves with polydeoxyribonucleotides on rotator cuff tendon tear in a rabbit model


    BIOCELL, Vol.45, No.3, pp. 527-536, 2021, DOI:10.32604/biocell.2021.014350

    Abstract This work aimed to investigate the synergetic therapeutic effects of polydeoxyribonucleotides (PDRN) combined with extracorporeal shock waves therapy (ESWT) and the effects of the therapy according to ESWT sequences on a chronic traumatic full-thickness rotator cuff tear (RCT) in rabbit models. For this purpose, thirty-two rabbits were randomly allocated into 4 groups. An excision was made to create a 5-mm sized full-thickness RCT right proximal to the insertion site on the supraspinatus. After 6 weeks, 4 different procedures (normal saline, Group 1; PDRN injection, Group 2; PDRN injection before ESWT, Group 3; PDRN injection after ESWT, Group 4) were performed.… More >

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    The Hyperbolic Two Temperature Semiconducting Thermoelastic Waves by Laser Pulses

    Ismail M. Taye1, Kh. Lotfy2,4,*, A. A. El-Bary3,5, Jawdat Alebraheem1, Sadia Asad1

    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.67, No.3, pp. 3601-3618, 2021, DOI:10.32604/cmc.2021.015223

    Abstract A novel model of a hyperbolic two-temperature theory is investigated to study the propagation the thermoelastic waves on semiconductor materials. The governing equations are studied during the photo-excitation processes in the context of the photothermal theory. The outer surface of o semiconductor medium is illuminated by a laser pulse. The generalized photo-thermoelasticity theory in two dimensions (2D) deformation is used in many models (Lord–Shulman (LS), Green–Lindsay (GL) and the classical dynamical coupled theory (CD)). The combinations processes between the hyperbolic two-temperature theory and photo-thermoelasticity theory under the effect of laser pulses are obtained analytically. The harmonic wave technique is used… More >

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    Adaptive Signal Enhancement Unit for EEG Analysis in Remote Patient Care Monitoring Systems

    Ch. Srinivas1,*, K. Chandrabhushana Rao2

    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.67, No.2, pp. 1801-1817, 2021, DOI:10.32604/cmc.2021.014981

    Abstract In this paper we propose an efficient process of physiological artifact elimination methodology from brain waves (BW), which are also commonly known as electroencephalogram (EEG) signal. In a clinical environment during the acquisition of BW several artifacts contaminates the actual BW component. This leads to inaccurate and ambiguous diagnosis. As the statistical nature of the EEG signal is more non-stationery, adaptive filtering is the more promising method for the process of artifact elimination. In clinical conditions, the conventional adaptive techniques require many numbers of computational operations and leads to data samples overlapping and instability of the algorithm used. This causes… More >

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    Rayleigh Waves Propagation in an Infinite Rotating Thermoelastic Cylinder

    A. M. Farhan1,2,*

    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.67, No.2, pp. 2515-2525, 2021, DOI:10.32604/cmc.2021.014255

    Abstract In this paper, we investigated the inuence of rotating half-space on the propagation of Rayleigh waves in a homogeneous isotropic, generalized thermo-elastic body, subject to the boundary conditions that the surface is traction free. In addition, it is subject to insulating thermal conduction. A general solution is obtained by using Lame’ potential’s and Hankel transform. The dispersion equations has been derived separately for two types of Rayleigh wave propagation properties by solving the equations of motion with appropriate boundary conditions. It is observed that the rotation, frequency and r exert some influence in the homogeneous isotropic medium due to propagation… More >

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    Toward 6G Communication Networks: Terahertz Frequency Challenges and Open Research Issues

    Mohammed H. Alsharif1, Mahmoud A. M. Albreem2, Ahmad A. A. Solyman3, Sunghwan Kim4,*

    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.66, No.3, pp. 2831-2842, 2021, DOI:10.32604/cmc.2021.013176

    Abstract Future networks communication scenarios by the 2030s will include notable applications are three-dimensional (3D) calls, haptics communications, unmanned mobility, tele-operated driving, bio-internet of things, and the Nano-internet of things. Unlike the current scenario in which megahertz bandwidth are sufficient to drive the audio and video components of user applications, the future networks of the 2030s will require bandwidths in several gigahertzes (GHz) (from tens of gigahertz to 1 terahertz [THz]) to perform optimally. Based on the current radio frequency allocation chart, it is not possible to obtain such a wide contiguous radio spectrum below 90 GHz (0.09 THz). Interestingly, these… More >

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    Frequencies Rotation at High Sound Pressure Levels Toward Low Frequencies

    Hadi Negahdari1, Sirus Javadpour2,*, Faramarz Moattar3

    Sound & Vibration, Vol.54, No.4, pp. 237-246, 2020, DOI:10.32604/sv.2020.011086

    Abstract Today, analyzing of sound pressure level and frequency is considered as an important index in human society. Sound experts believe that analyzing of these parameters can help us to better understanding of work environments. Sound measurements and frequency analysis did to fix the harmful frequency in all sections in Shiraz gas power plant with sound analyzer model BSWA 308. The sound pressure levels (LP) and the one and one-third octave band were continuously measured in A and C weighting networks and slow mode for time response. Excel 2013 and Minitab 18.1 software used for statistical calculations. Results analyzed by Minitab… More >

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    Comparison of Fuzzy Synthetic Evaluation and Field Measurement of Internal Defects in Assembled Concrete Detected by Ultrasonic Waves

    Hua Yan1,2,3,*, Bo Song1,3, Mansheng Wang4

    Structural Durability & Health Monitoring, Vol.14, No.3, pp. 265-282, 2020, DOI:10.32604/sdhm.2020.06403

    Abstract Analyze and compare the basic principles of ultrasonic detection of voids in concrete, choose ZBL-U520/510 non-metallic ultrasonic detector, and use the opposite detection method to test the void size in the joints of prefabricated concrete structures. The results show that: ultrasonic method by testing the waveform, sound, and speed of sound analysis can effectively determine the position of the defect, and through the conversion formula can estimate the void size. Ultrasonic parameters are used to distinguish the internal defects of Assembly concrete. Sometimes there are different results with different parameters. It is difficult for engineers to directly determine the internal… More >

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    Fast Superfine Components and Sound Packets in Phenomena Induced by the Impact of a Drop on a Target Fluid in Quiescent Conditions

    Yuli D. Chashechkin*

    FDMP-Fluid Dynamics & Materials Processing, Vol.16, No.4, pp. 773-800, 2020, DOI:10.32604/fdmp.2020.09001

    Abstract The structure of the flow and the acoustic signals generated by the impact of a freely falling drop of water with an underlying quiescent fluid have been investigated for droplets having diameter 0.5 cm and a contact velocity in the range 1.5 < U < 5 m/s. The experimental study has been supported by high-resolution videos of the flow (as seen from above and from the side). The evolution of ejecta, spikes, droplets spray, cavity, splash, secondary cavity, streamer, secondary droplets and sequence of capillary waves is reported accordingly. In particular, perturbations of the smoothed free surface with transverse dimensions… More >

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    Effect of Absorption of Patch Antenna Signals on Increasing the Head Temperature

    Mohamed Abbas1,3,*, Ali Algahtani2,6, Amir Kessentini2,4,7, Hassen Loukil1,5, Muneer Parayangat1, Thafasal Ijyas1, Abdul Wase Mohammed1

    CMES-Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, Vol.124, No.2, pp. 683-701, 2020, DOI:10.32604/cmes.2020.010304

    Abstract Every new generation of antennas is characterized by increased accuracy and faster transmission speeds. However, patch antennas have been known to damage human health. This type of antenna sends out electromagnetic waves that increase the temperature of the human head and prevent nerve strands from functioning properly. This paper examines the effect of the communication between the patch antenna and the brain on the head’s temperature by developing a hypothetical multi-input model that achieves more accurate results. These inputs are an individual’s blood and tissue, and the emission power of the antenna. These forces depend on the permeability and conductivity… More >

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