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  1. Computational fluid dynamics of collapsing bubble with micro-jet; Micro jet hassei zengo ni okeru kiho naigai nagareba no suchi kaiseki

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    Doihara, R.; Mori, S. [Kyushu University, Fukuoka (Japan); Takahashi, K. [Kyushu University, Fukuoka (Japan). Faculty of Engineering

    1998-09-25

    The mechanisms of cavitation bubble near a rigid wall are analyzed numerically by using CIP and C-CUP method. Our scheme is useful for such complicated two-phase flow, which solves simultaneously both gas and liquid phases. Calculated micro-jet shows quick motion through the bubble towards the wall as expected by experimental observation. It should be noted that every transient phenomenon succeeding the first bubble collapse could well simulated, for example, the second expansion, second collapse, attachment to the wall, and second micro-jet. Our results suggest the important role of the second collapse as the cause of the erosion problem. The toroidal bubble and the vortex ring around it are also obtained after second collapse and found to stay for quite a long time. 16 refs., 5 figs.

  2. Numerical simulation and experiment of supersonic jet impingement on a plate; Heiban ni shototsu suru choonsoku funryu ni kansuru suchi kaiseki oyobi jikken

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    Tsuboi, N. [Tokyo Univ. (Japan)] Hayashi, K. [Aoyama Gakuin Univ., Tokyo (Japan)] Fujiwara, T. [Nagoya Univ. (Japan)] Arashi, K. [Kumamoto Inst. of Tech., Kumamoto (Japan); Kodama, M. [Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd., Tokyo (Japan)

    1998-09-05

    A large-sized rocket, such as the H-II rocket used in recent years ejects a high-temperature high-pressure jet from the jet nozzle of the rocket to obtain a required level of thrust at the launching. Therefore, the protection of objects such as the rocket body, reflectors and the launcher against the high-temperature high-pressure jet is a problem. In this study, the clarification of the physical phenomenon is attempted by both numerical analysis and experiments in regard to the problem of the impingement of the axisymmetric supersonic jet upon the plate under the atmospheric and non-high-temperature underexpansion conditions. In this report, and analysis of a non-viscous flow which was made so as to examine the effect of the compressibility of a shock wave structure is described. Experiments were then conducted so as to qualitatively and quantitatively examine the results of the numerical analysis. A stagnation bubble forming and breaking mechanism and a complicated structure of the shock-shock interaction were then studied by a numerical analysis by changing the position of the plate. 14 refs., 20 figs., 2 tabs.

  3. Influence of longitudinal magnetic field on AC loss in twisted multifilamentary HTS tapes; Tsuisuto pucchi to bozai teikouritsu wo kaeta tashin tepu senzai no koryu sonshitsu suchi kaiseki

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    Amemiya, N. [Yokohama National Univ., Yokohama (Japan). Fuculty of Engineering; Banno, N. [National Research Inst. for Metals, Tokyo (Japan)

    1999-11-10

    The wire rod must transport AC under alternating current magnetic field, when high temperature superconductivity multicore tape wire rod is used for electric power equipment driven at 50/60Hz alternating current frequency. Generally twist and high resistivity of the base metal are made effective in order to reduce the loss under alternating current transverse field. In this study, the relationship between loss and twist pitch, base metal resistivity of wire rod, which transported AC under alternating current magnetic field, was quantitatively examined by numerical analysis by finite element method. (NEDO)

  4. Geothermal well data analysis with gvertical two-phase wellbore simulator. Suichoku nisoryu suchi model wo mochiita chinetsusei data no kaiseki

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    Akibayashi, S.; Yamaguchi, S. (Akita University, Akita (Japan)); Kitao, K.; Hatakeyama, K. (Mitsubishi Materials Corp., Tokyo (Japan)); Mitsuta, S. (Mitsubishi Gas Chemical Company Inc., Tokyo (Japan))

    1992-10-25

    In order to know the two phase flow behavior of hydrothermal fluid and steam in a geothermal well, a numerical model was used to analyze the well data in the Sumikawa geothermal developing area. This model was based on the Ramirez modification to the Orkiszewski method which classified the two-phase flow pattern of gas and petroleum into bubble flow, slug flow, intermediate flow and mist flow. This model is applicable to any low viscous fluid such as geothermal fluid and further considers the heat transfer rate from a well to a stratum. Even when the well head pressure varies, it was found that this model was applicable to the flow in a well which could be regarded as the steady state because of comparatively long stable pressure period. The subject well for this analysis in the Sumikawa area was estimated as follows: There were two deeper and shallower hydrothermal feed points which interfere each other. The flash occurred already in a reservoir and the fluid flow in the well at the feed points was already in two-phase. Approximate 80% of hydrothermal fluid and steam was fed from the deeper feed point during the stable pressure period. 11 refs., 10 figs., 1 tab.

  5. On the FEM analysis of free surface under AC magnetic field using GSMAC-ALE method; GSMAC-ALE ho wo mochiita koryu jibaka ni okeru yoyu kinzoku no jiyu hyomen no suchi kaiseki

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    Jung, C.Y. [Keio University, Tokyo (Japan); Minowa, T. [Mitsui and Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan); Tanahashih, T. [Keio University, Tokyo (Japan). Faculty of Science and Technology

    2000-07-25

    In this thesis, we show a new FEM (finite element method)-BEM (boundary element method) analysis of molten metal under alternating currents. Nowadays, it becomes more and more important to calculate MHD (magneto-hydrodynamics) flows under AC (Alternating current) magnetic field in order to control the molten metal processing in a furnace by an electromagnetic force. A former research makes clear the three-dimensional analysis for the circulating molten metal is rarely reported even today. Therefore, we try to carry out a three-dimensional calculation with the A-{phi} method using hybrid FEM-BEM, the improved method of the conventional FEM, and to capture the surface shape which influences the ALE method. The numerical analysis of an electromagnetic fluid using mercury is carried out and thus we can observe the complicatedly tangled physical parameters of an electromagnetic field in the vessel. To stabilize the meniscus shape, DC magnetic field is imposed and the shape of the surface is held in this case. (author)

  6. Numerical simulation of hypersonic non-equilibrium wake flow using a higher-resolution method; Goku choonsoku netsu kagaku hiheiko wo koryoshita donto buttai koryu no kokaizodo suchi kaiseki

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    Nagatomo, H.; Yamamoto, S.; Daiguji, H. [Tohoku University, Sendai (Japan). Faculty of Engineering

    1996-08-25

    An object which flies hypersonic speed, such as an aeroassisted orbital transfer vehicle, is affected greatly by not only the bow shock but also the expansion around the shoulder and the recompression of separated flow. Though the experiments to analyze this flow have been performed by some groups recently, there are some difficulties in measuring the flow because of limitations of instrumentation. Both experimental and numerical approaches are necessary to analyze the phenomena. The efficient numerical code which has been developed by the authors for hypersonic thermochemical non-equilibrium flow is applied to simulate the problem. The calculated results of different accuracies in space, the perfect gas and the experimental data are compared. 12 refs., 10 figs., 1 tab.

  7. Numerical calculation of gas and liquid velocities along a vertical flat plate immersed in turbulent tow-phase bubbly flow. Kihoryuchu ni okareta suichoku heiban mawari no ranryu kieki 2 soryu ni kansuru suchi kaiseki

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    Matsuura, A.; Nakamura, H. (Daido Inst. of Technology, Nagoya (Japan)); Hiraoka, S.; Tada, Y.; Kato, Y. (Nagoya Inst. of Tech. (Japan))

    1993-11-10

    A numerical calculation was made on the bubbly flow using the Prandtl's mixing length theory. The calculation results agreed well with the experimental results in the turbulent flow rather than in the laminar flow. The necessity of discussion on the turbulent flow analysis was clarified. It was elucidated that the experimental results could be explained sufficiently even by the simplest mixing model. The liquid phase velocity vector was aligned on the same direction when the bubbly flow length exceeded 1 cm, and little change took place in the velocity distribution shape. In the analysis of laminar flow, the velocity boundary layer was developed together with tie bubbly flow length, while in the analysis of turbulent flow, such change did not take place. The liquid phase velocity in the vicinity of the inlet had a velocity component which directed to the outside of the wall at the wall side. It was quite different from the analytical result of the laminar flow. The gas phase velocity vector behaved in the similar way to the liquid phase. The velocity direction at the periphery of the velocity distribution in the vicinity of tie inlet was toward the wall surface, and the inlet velocity was rapidly accelerated. 12 refs., 4 figs.

  8. Numerical model for gas-liquid-solid three-phase mixture flow in a lifting pipe. 2nd Report. Fundamental study on lifting system for mixing marine mineral resources; Yoko kannai wo joshosuru kokieki sanso ryutai no ryudo ni kansuru suchi model. 2. Air lift hoshiki ni yoru shinkaitei shigen no yoko system no kisoteki kenkyu

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    Hatta, N.; Ishii, R. [Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan). Faculty of Engineering

    1995-08-25

    This paper is concerned with constructing the numerical model for steady gas-liquid-solid three-phase mixture flow in a lifting pipe. Air lift pumps are regarded as one of the convenient means of lifting flurries and solid particles such as manganese nodules from the deep-sea bed of about 5,000 m to the sea surface. Here, the case is treated where the three-phase fluid is the slurry consisting of very small air bubble phase and solid particle phase mixed in water phase. The equations governing the gas-liquid-solid three-phase slurry flow are formed by three continuity equations, only one momentum equation, a gas equation of state and an equation for three-phase volume fractions. These six equations are cooperated into the only one equation to find the change in the gas-phase volume fraction according to the vertical position. Thereby, the remaining flow parameters can quantitatively be determined in the present model. Again, some numerical experiments are performed using this model. When the gas-phase volume fraction is given at the deep-sea bed, the corresponding solid-phase volume fraction can be determined between the upper and lower limits. It is shown that the solid-phase volume fraction near tee lower limits leads to increasing the lifting efficiency of the solid-phase. Furthermore, it is demonstrated that there is a limiting curve to predict the maximum solid-phase mass flux against the solid-phase volume fraction at tee deep sea bed. 16 refs., 4 figs., 1 tab.

  9. LCD rear projector P401LC; Ekisho hoshiki rear projector P401LC

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    2000-03-01

    A rear projector using a 40-type LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) has been commercialized, which may be utilized in various ways. It may be used for displaying information at shops, airports, etc., or may be used as a landscape-oriented electronic signboard for which plural projectors need to be arranged laterally. The rear projector is characterized in that (1) it can be placed anywhere and occupies but a small space, installed on the floor, suspended from the ceiling, or hung on the wall, that (2) it easily produces large pictures in a multiple screen system of 2 times 2 screens (80 inches) by the use of a built-in video wall processor, and that (3) it deals with various types of signals, ranging from video signals to XGA signals, by the use of a newly developed resolution rate conversion LSI (Large Scale Integration). (translated by NEDO)

  10. Numerical experiment for nonlinear full-wave tomography. 3; Hisenkei full wave tomography no suchi jikken

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    Tsuchiya, T. [Dia Consultants Company, Tokyo (Japan)

    1996-10-01

    Nonlinear full-wave tomography (FWT) is under investigation to improve the estimation accuracy of Vp/Vs distributions. Full-wave tomography is one of the underground structure exploration methods mainly using Tarantola`s nonlinear local optimization method (LOM). Numerical experiment for FWT was carried out assuming relatively weak nonlinear underground structure. In the case of inversion by local optimization method, adequate preconditioning is important. Utilization of geological information is also effective in estimating low-frequency components of a model. As far as data are obtained under proper observation arrangement, even in actual field, precise estimation of Vp/Vs distributions is possible by FWT using explosion in a hole as wave source. In full-wave tomography, selection of observation arrangement is essential for both Vp and Vs. However, the proper arrangement is different between Vp and Vs. Approach to different analyses for Vp and Vs is also necessary by using only proper data for Vp and Vs among obtained data sets. 4 figs.

  11. Development of high efficient ESP for submicron particle collection. Sabumikuron ryushi no kokoritsu shujin hoshiki no kaihatsu. ; Seiden gyoshu sochi naizo denki shujin hoshiki no gyoshusayo to shujin koritsu

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    Watanabe, T.; Suda, T.

    1989-11-01

    The result of testing the operation of an electrostatic agglomeration appratus (ESA) is reported, which has been developed at Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry (CRIEPI). Details of the apparatus is given in the authors {prime} previous papaer (1988). At first a description is given of an apparatus which produces the aerosol for laboratory use comprising submicron-sized carbon particles and micron-sized flyash particles. This aerosol is similar in quality to that produced by a combustion furnance at CRIEPI. An apparatus provided with mesh electrodes for charging aerosol particles is also developed. Thus preparing aerosol samples, the effect of agglomeration produced by the ESA On the samples is examined to demonstrate that particle sizes in diameter are increased by a factor of four on average and the percentage of submicron-sized particles (less than 1 {mu} m in diameter) is reduced by 20% in weight. Combined with this type of ESA, the efficiency of ESP (electrostatic precipitator) in collecting submicron-sized particles is theoretically calculated to increase by about 1 - 3% when it is used at a thermal power plant of 520MW. 4refs., 21 figs., 6 tabs.

  12. Investigation on vibrational dampers for cables of Tsurumi Tsubasa bridge; Tsurumi tsubasabashi no keburu seishin hoshiki ni kansuru jisho

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    Takano, H.; Ogasawara, M.; Shimosato, T. [Metropolitan Public Corp., Tokyo (Japan); Yamada, H. [Yokohama National Univ. (Japan)] Murakami, T. [NKK Corp., Tokyo (Japan). Applied Technology Research Center

    1998-03-20

    In a long cable-stayed bridge, countermeasure against wind induced vibration should be often taken at the same time together with the measure against angular bent phenomena (phenomena in which secondary bending stress is generated on the front of fixing socket by live load). The conventional countermeasure is a combined use of buffer rubber and dampers. This study points out problems in the conventional countermeasure on the application to the cables of the Tsurumi Tsubasa Bridge and combination of dampers and angular bending buffer device is examined. The result shows that a combined use of high-damping rubber and oil dampers enables installation of the dampers in a lower position while maintaining the performance and is excellent in the easiness in installation and maintenance and in aesthetic view. This system was applied to the Tsurumi Tsubasa Bridge and the effectiveness on damping and angular bending relaxation was confirmed through the model tests, and vibration tests and field observation on the cables. 9 refs., 20 figs., 7 tabs.

  13. Gas purging system at emergency stop of a fuel cell. Nenryo denchi no kinkyu teishiji ni okeru gas purge hoshiki

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    Sasaki, Hirotoshi.

    1989-12-01

    This invention aims to provide a gas purging system wherein an external inactive gas is introduced into the cell body for replacing the reaction gas at an emergency stop of a control power source, without requiring any auxiliary batteries. For this purpose, in this invention, an inactive gas supply line is connected, via a gas purging electromagnetic valve, to a reaction gas supply line which goes to the main fuel cell body; the driving coil of the electromagnetic valve is connected between the terminals of the fuel cell through the intermediary of a contact point of a relay for detection of extinction of the control power source. At the emergency stop of above accident, the residual electric energy of the fuel cell itself opens the electromagnetic valve, thus introducing the inactive gas into the main fuel cell body. The result is that the gas purging is conducted without any trouble, without requiring any auxiliary batteries as in the conventional system; the protection of the fuel cell is thus attained. 2 figs.

  14. Application of distributed control system to power generator controlling system; Hatsudenki seigyokei eno bunsanseigyo hoshiki eno tekiyo

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    Morioka, Y. [Kansai Electric Power Co. Inc., Osaka (Japan)

    1999-05-10

    The method to apply a distributed control system to power generator controlling systems has been studied, where the distributed control is based on the H infinitive control for a multi-machine system as the model for the whole system to be controlled. The digital simulation was also conducted to verify the system. In the distributed control system, one generator is taken as one sub-system and the portions representing its interactions with other generators are taken as disturbances to the generator in question, because the H infinitive control is used. It is designed to stabilize the system from the disturbances by applying the disturbance-preventing control of the H infinitive control. The digital simulation was conducted for a 3-machine loop system and system with 5 machines connected in series. It is confirmed that the proposed method shows better controllability than the conventional one, securing robustness to changed system conditions and synergistic effects when applied to plural machines. (NEDO)

  15. Study of control system for self-commutated converter compensator. Jireishiki muko denryoku hosho sochi no seigyo hoshiki no kaihatsu

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    Suzuki, K.; Nakajima, T. (The Tokyo Electric Power Co. Inc., Tokyo (Japan)); Konishi, H.; Nakamura, T. (Hitachi, Ltd., Tokyo (Japan))

    1992-01-20

    A new control system with high response speed for self -commutated Static Var Compensator(SVC) has been developed. This system does not require phase detection, obtains real and imaginary components of instantaneous power from AC voltage and AC current of the system, and conducts vector control(VQ vector control) using these components. The operation process and the control principle in the VQ vector control system acre explained by block diagram. Then, responses of the system in each case of system start-up operation, sudden change of AC voltage magnitude, sudden phase change, and one phase line grounded fault were investigated by digital simulations of Electro-Magnetic Transients Program(EMTP). As a result, effectiveness of the control system by this system was verified. Sampling periods of input signals for digitalizing the control system were also examined by digital simulations and Bode diagram. Results of both methods agreed well with each other, and it was found that O.3ms or less is a suitable value. 6 refs., 12 figs.

  16. Suppression of numerical dispersion using FD modified operators; Atarashii sabunho no enzanshi wo mochiita suchi bunsan no yokusei

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    Takeuchi, N.; Geller, R. [The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan). Faculty of Science

    1996-05-01

    The author, et al., have developed a formal evaluation theory for errors in numerical solutions and derived on the basis of this theory the conditions that a modified error minimizing operator should satisfy. A modified operator was derived for a calculus of finite difference in the time domain making use of this error evaluation theory. In this study, a modified operator was derived for O (2, 2) in the calculus of finite difference in time, and the operator was used in the calculation for the old and new methods about 1-dimension inhomogeneous media, and the two were quantitatively compared in CPU time and calculation accuracy. The calculation used 500 space grids and 5000 time grids. With the ratio of the time grid gap and space grid gap are kept constant, both CPU time and calculation accuracy were in proportion to the square of the number of grids. It was found in view of the result that the new method, as compared with the old method, needs only approximately 1/20 of CPU time in performing calculations of the same precision and that it maintains calculation accuracy that is approximately 20 times higher in the said CPU time. 4 refs., 2 figs., 1 tab.

  17. Numerical simulation on streaming potentials in a wellbore; Koseinai no ryudo den`i ni kansuru suchi simulation

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    Ikeda, N. [Kyushu University, Fukuoka (Japan)

    1996-05-01

    This paper reports numerical computation of streaming potentials which are generated by transient pressure waves propagating the vicinity of wellbore wall immediately after a mud cake formed on the wellbore wall has been removed. One existing analysis solution on heat conduction was utilized upon changing the parameters in order to derive fluid pressure inside the ground bed. Calculations were carried out by using the existing three-dimensional finite difference method (partly re-written) based on the relationship constituted between the fluid pressure and the streaming potential. This paper presents results of calculating the streaming potentials in wellbores on models having wellbores filled with mud water in a cubic ground bed existing with ground bed water at saturation of 100%. The calculations have been conducted on the following cases: a case where permeability of the ground bed is small with the fluid under two conditions of low electric resistivity and high electric resistivity, a case where the permeability is large with the fluid under the above conditions, and a case where a small area of bore wall is covered with a rubber pad having high electric resistivity under a low electric resistivity condition. 8 refs., 5 figs.

  18. Creep analysis and torsional vibration analysis of cable-stayed bridges with two edge composite girders; Nishuketa gosei kozo shachokyo no creep kaiseki to nejiri shindo kaiseki

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    Hoshino, M. [Nihon University, Tokyo (Japan). College of Science and Technology

    1996-07-21

    This paper describes the creep analysis and torsional vibration analysis of cable-stayed bridges with two edge composite girders. The girder is composed of the concrete slab and the steel girder. I-girders are placed at both edges of the profile. Such a type of bridge was investigated. As the stress migrates by the creep of concrete slab, it is necessary to evaluate the influence of this creep precisely in designing. In the analysis, the composite girder was expressed not by the single member, but by the binary member consisting of concrete member and steel member. Two methods were employed, i.e., method A in which both members are connected by the rigid body beam and method B in which the profile of concrete is converted into the profile of steel. The method A provided better accuracy, but the method B was often sufficient. Torsional rigidity of the open profile structure was much smaller than that of the box profile. As the torsional natural frequency was low, proper torsional vibration analysis was indispensable especially from the viewpoint of wind resistance. Two methods were employed, which utilize the vibration analysis method for general space frame structures. Results of both methods were agreed mutually, but the second method provided better calculation efficiency. 10 refs., 9 figs., 6 tabs.

  19. Development of multi-filter spectroradiometry; Filter hoshiki ni yoru bunka hosharyo no keisoku hoho to sono supekutoru no hyogen hoho ni tsuite

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    Miyake, Y.; Aoshima, T.; Minoda, T.; Kato, T.; Kondo, S. [Eiko Instruments Trading Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan)

    1996-10-27

    Described in this paper is a technique of solar radiation spectroradiometry in which high-resolution wavelength computation adds to a multi-filter method. The solar spectrum upon entering the atmosphere is scattered and absorbed by parameter-constituting elements such as gas, aerosol, cloud particles, etc., and its spectral contour is complicatedly deformed relative to wavelength. Taking advantage of the fact that the scattering and absorbing characteristics of some of the elements are constant relative to wavelength, a simple equation was constructed to enable high-resolution spectrum measurement wavelength-wise, and this compensates for the limit in measurable wavelength that the conventional multi-filter method suffers from. The new method discussed here is not so expensive as the grating method thanks to the employment of filters, is capable of determining spectral radiation quantities with a precision of {plus_minus}5%, and is reduced in terms of the capacity of memory for data storage. The new method enables data collection under various atmospheric conditions that the four seasons present, which the difficult-to-apply and expensive spectroradiometer fails. It is expected that this method will find its use in collecting basic data for the designing of photovoltaic power generation systems, in the study of photochemical reaction in agriculture, and in collecting basic data for daylight lighting. 1 ref., 6 figs., 2 tabs.

  20. Survey of current technologies of security management for distributed information systems; Bunsangata joho system no security iji kanri hoshiki no genjo

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    Matsui, S. [Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Tokyo (Japan)

    1997-05-01

    The latest situation of the security management for a distributed information system was examined and systematically summarized to indicate the management design in future. This paper describes the threat of the distributed information system to security, the risk for confidentiality, integrity, and availability due to the threat, and the measures to be taken. The basic technology of security management is classified into the `user certification to prevent an incorrect access` and the `encipherment to prevent data from being used incorrectly.` The technology for certification has been almost completed. It can be securely done using an expendable password or IC card system. In Internet, multiple enciphering technologies for constructing a virtual private network that can secure the almost the same security as for a private network can be used. In an electronic mail, the enciphering technology can also be used easily. The tool that manages the security of very many servers, clients, and networks is in the initial stage. 16 refs., 1 fig., 5 tabs.

  1. Two-dimensional inversion of MT (magnetotelluric) data; MT ho no nijigen inversion kaiseki

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    Ito, S.; Okuno, M.; Ushijima, K.; Mizunaga, H. [Kyushu University, Fukuoka (Japan). Faculty of Engineering

    1997-05-27

    A program has been developed to conduct inversion analysis of two-dimensional model using MT data, accurately. For the developed program, finite element method (FEM) was applied to the section of sequential analysis. A method in which Jacobian matrix is calculated only one first time and is inversely analyzed by fixing this during the repetition, and a method in which Jacobian matrix is corrected at each repetition of inversion analysis, were compared mutually. As a result of the numerical simulation, it was revealed that the Jacobian correction method provided more stable convergence for the simple 2D model, and that the calculation time is almost same as that of the Jacobian fixation method. To confirm the applicability of this program to actually measured data, results obtained from this program were compared with those from the Schlumberger method analysis by using MT data obtained in the Hatchobara geothermal area. Consequently, it was demonstrated that the both are well coincided mutually. 17 refs., 7 figs.

  2. Data processing for the fluid flow tomography method; Ryutai ryudo den`iho no data kaiseki

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    Ushijima, K.; Mizunaga, H.; Tanaka, T. [Kyushu University, Fukuoka (Japan). Faculty of Engineering; Hashimoto, K. [Kyushu Electric Power Co. Inc., Fukuoka (Japan)

    1997-05-27

    An automatic measurement system by means of conductive potential and self-potential methods (fluid flow tomography method) has been developed to measure the change of geothermal steam fluid during production and injection. For the fluid flow tomography method, the four-electrode configuration of the conductive potential method is adopted using the casing pipe of well as a current source. A lot of potential receiving electrodes are connected to the earth, preliminarily. The surface potential profile is measured, which is formed during the injection and production of the fluid through the well. Artificial and spontaneous potential profiles were continuously measured using this system during the hydraulic crushing tests at the test field of hot dry rock power generation at Ogachi-machi, Akita Prefecture. As a result of inversion analysis of self-potential data using a four-layer structural model of specific resistance, it was observed that the fluid injected at the depth of 711 m in the borehole permeated into the depth between 700 and 770 m in the south-eastern part of the well, and that the fractures propagated into the deeper part, gradually with the progress of hydraulic crushing test. 3 figs.

  3. Reservoir characterization using artificial neural network; Neural network wo mochiita choryuso tokusei kaiseki

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    Shimada, N.; Kozawa, T. [Japan National Oil Corp., Tokyo (Japan); Nishikawa, N.; Tani, A. [Fuji Research Institute Corp., Tokyo (Japan)

    1997-05-27

    Neural network is used for the prediction of porosity and permeability using logging data as reservoir characteristics, and the validity of this method is verified. For the prediction of reservoir characteristics by the use of seismic survey data, composite seismic survey records obtained by density logging and acoustic logging are used to experiment the prediction of porosity and permeability continuous along lines of wells. A 3-output back propagation network is used for analysis. There is a possibility that this technique when optimized will improve on prediction accuracy. Furthermore, in the case of characteristics mapping, 3-dimensional seismic data is applied to a carbonate rock reservoir for predicting spatial porosity and permeability. This technique facilitates the comprehensive analysis of core data, well data, and seismic survey data, enabling the derivation of a high-precision spatial distribution of reservoir characteristics. Efforts will continue for further improvement on prediction accuracy. 6 refs., 7 figs., 3 tabs.

  4. Seismic traveltime tomography by use of gridpoints discritization; Koshitenho ni yoru danseiha tomography kaiseki

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    Hirai, T.; Watanabe, T.; Sassa, K. [Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan). Faculty of Engineering

    1996-05-01

    Efforts were made to enhance analytical precision and stabilize the results in seismic traveltime tomography by use of a method wherein the velocity distribution is expressed as a continuous function interpolated by parameters respectively assigned to the gridpoints. In this method, the slowness data are regarded as the parameters respectively assigned to the gridpoints, and the slowness value at a given point is determined after interpolation by the gridpoints surrounding the said point. A method based on the variation principle was used for ray tracing. As the result, it was confirmed that this method determines the ray path and traveltime with high precision. A method of least squares using Lagrange`s multiplier was applied for inversion. Comparison was made between the use of cells and the use of gridpoints in the results of inversions performed for an inclined 4-layer structure model, when it was found that the values involving the boundaries between layers, inclinations of the layers, and velocities of seismic waves are ambiguous with the cells while those with the gridpoints are reconstructed roughly correctly. 5 refs., 7 figs., 1 tab.

  5. Sorption mechanism of solvent vapors to coals; Sekitan eno yobai joki no shuchaku kiko no kaiseki

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    Shimizu, K.; Takanohashi, T.; Iino, M. [Tohoku University, Sendai (Japan). Institute for Chemical Reaction Science

    1996-10-28

    With an objective to clarify the interactions between micropore structure of coal and solvent reagents, a sorption experiment was carried out under solvent saturated vapor pressure. Low-volatile bituminous coal, Pocahontas No. 3 coal, has the aromatic ring structure developed, and makes solvent more difficult to diffuse into coal, hence sorption amount is small. Methanol has permeated since its polarity is high. High-volatile bituminous coal, Illinois No. 6 coal, makes solvent penetrate easily, and the sorption amount was large with both of aromatic and polar solvents. Since brown coal, Beulah Zap coal, contains a large amount of oxygen, and hydrogen bonding is predominant, sorption amount of cyclohexane and benzene having no polarity is small. Methanol diffuses while releasing hydrogen bond due to its polarity, and its sorption amount is large. A double sorption model is available, which expresses the whole sorption amount as a sum of physical sorption amount and amount of permeation into coal. This model was applied when it explained successfully the sorption behavior of the solvents relative to coals, excepting some of the systems. However, also observed were such abnormal behavior as sorption impediment due to interactions between coal surface and solvents, and permeation impediment due to hydroxyl groups inside the coals. 1 ref., 10 figs., 2 tabs.

  6. La Vegetación de los Páramos La Aguada, La Fría y Espejo en los Andes Venezolanos /Alexander Berg & Stefan Suchi

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    Berg, Alexander; Suchi, Stefan

    2001-01-01

    The vegetation of the páramos La Aguada, La Fría and Espejo in the ±Sierra Nevada de Mérida» National Park (Venezuela) is analyzed using phytosociological methods. Floristic composition, vegetation structure and some ecological aspects are treated. Anthropogenic factors are discussed for selected communities. The spatial distribution of the communities in an area of about 1.400 ha, ranging from 3.000 to 4.980 m a.s.l., is shown in a vegetation map at a 1:15.000 scale. Forests of Podocarpus ol...

  7. Three dimensional numerical modeling for investigation of fracture zone filled with water by borehole radar; Borehole radar ni yoru gansui hasaitai kenshutsu no sanjigen suchi modeling

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    Sanada, Y.; Watanabe, T.; Ashida, Y. [Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan); Hasegawa, K.; Yabuuchi, S. [Power Reactor and Nuclear Fuel Development Corp., Tokyo (Japan)

    1997-05-27

    Water bearing fracture zones existing in rock mass largely influence the underground water flow and dynamic property of rock mass. The detailed survey of the location and size of water bearing fracture zones is an important task in the fields such as civil engineering, environment and disaster prevention. Electromagnetic waves of high frequency zones can be grasped as a wave phenomenon, and the record obtained in the actual measurement is wave forms of time series. In the exploration using borehole radar, this water bearing fracture zone becomes the reflection surface, and also becomes a factor of damping in the transmitted wave. By examining changes which these give to the observed wave forms, therefore, water bearing fracture zones can be detected. This study made three dimensional numerical modeling using the time domain finite difference method, and obtained the same output as the observed wave form obtained using borehole radar. By using this program and changing each of the parameters such as frequency and resistivity in the homogeneous medium, changes of the wave forms were observed. Further, examples were shown of modeling of detection of water bearing fracture zones. 5 refs., 16 figs., 1 tab.

  8. Numerical prediction with `DMDF` model of pack ice motion in the Okhotsk sea; DMDF model ni yoru Okhotsk kai ryuhyo undo no suchi yosoku

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    Matsuzawa, T.; Yamaguchi, H.; Suzuki, S.; Kato, H. [The University of Tokyo (Japan); Rheem, C. [The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan). Institute of Industrial Science

    1996-12-31

    A simulation was performed on pack ice motion in the Okhotsk Sea in winter by using the distributed mass/discrete floe (DMDF) method that carries out a dynamic numerical calculation of pack ice motion. Several kinds of cases were compared and calculated. As a result, effectiveness was verified on a DMDF model with boundary conditions which are relatively large in range and complex in nature. At the same time, it was possible to estimate part of the characteristics of pack ice motion in this sea area. The numerical calculation used the floe distribution on February 1, 1994 as the initial condition, and performed calculations on conditions until February 8 giving considerations on meteorological and hydrographic data. As a result, the calculation result showed the same movements as those in the observed ice conditions. If an ocean current is hypothesized steady, the calculation is affected more than necessarily by the ocean current, and it derives a result departed from reality. From these findings, it was elucidated that floe motions are governed mainly by wind; and in making a numerical modeling, a consideration including composition with the ocean current is necessary. Shear stress of wind has its acting direction displaced from the wind direction because of effect of the Corioli`s force. 6 refs., 13 figs., 2 tabs.

  9. Three dimensional numerical modeling for ground penetrating radar using finite difference time domain (FDTD) method; Jikan ryoiki yugen sabunho ni yoru chika radar no sanjigen suchi modeling

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    Sanada, Y.; Ashida, Y.; Sassa, K. [Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan)

    1996-10-01

    3-D numerical modeling by FDTD method was studied for ground penetrating radar. Radar radiates electromagnetic wave, and determines the existence and distance of objects by reflection wave. Ground penetrating radar uses the above functions for underground surveys, however, its resolution and velocity analysis accuracy are problems. In particular, propagation characteristics of electromagnetic wave in media such as heterogeneous and anisotropic soil and rock are essential. The behavior of electromagnetic wave in the ground could be precisely reproduced by 3-D numerical modeling using FDTD method. FDTD method makes precise analysis in time domain and electric and magnetic fields possible by sequentially calculating the difference equation of Maxwell`s equation. Because of the high calculation efficiency of FDTD method, more precise complicated analysis can be expected by using the latest advanced computers. The numerical model and calculation example are illustrated for surface type electromagnetic pulse ground penetrating radar assuming the survey of steel pipes of 1m deep. 4 refs., 3 figs., 1 tab.

  10. Visualization of strong around motion calculated from the numerical simulation of Hyogo-ken Nanbu earthquake; Suchi simulation de miru Hyogoken nanbu jishin no kyoshindo

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    Furumura, T. [Hokkaido Univ. of Education, Sapporo (Japan); Koketsu, K. [The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan). Earthquake Research Institute

    1996-10-01

    Hyogo-ken Nanbu earthquake with a focus in the Akashi straits has given huge earthquake damages in and around Awaji Island and Kobe City in 1995. It is clear that the basement structure, which is steeply deepened at Kobe City from Rokko Mountains towards the coast, and the focus under this related closely to the local generation of strong ground motion. Generation process of the strong ground motion was discussed using 2D and 3D numerical simulation methods. The 3D pseudospectral method was used for the calculation. Space of 51.2km{times}25.6km{times}25.6km was selected for the calculation. This space was discretized with the lattice interval of 200m. Consequently, it was found that the basement structure with a steeply deepened basement, soft and weak geological structure thickly deposited on the basement, and earthquake faults running under the boundary of base rock and sediments related greatly to the generation of strong ground motion. Numerical simulation can be expected to predict the strong ground motion by shallow earthquakes. 9 refs., 7 figs.

  11. Computer graphics of numerical simulation of siltation using a three-dimensional display system. Computer graphics ni yoru siltation suchi keisan kekka no sanjigen hyoji ni tsuite

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    Tsuruya, H.; Yoshinaga, H. (Port and Harbour Research Institute, Kanagawa (Japan))

    1992-12-01

    A three-dimensional display system of siltation developed for estimating the mud sedimentation at the route and the roadstead from the multi-layer level model was reported. The system aimed at displaying rapidly and clearly the massive calculation results. The system is now working on the Sun SPARC station, displaying in color the topography, flow rate vector, particle trace, mud density, water level, and sedimentation. The siltation program can calculate the multi-layer part in detailed grids. It consists of calculation of flow field, wave field, and sedimentation. The input data of the display system are the results of calculation of siltation program. It includes the area data, grid data, layer thickness data, and water depth data. It was confirmed that the efficient calculation was possible because of easiness of displaying the calculation results in the course of calculation by preparing the display example of topography etc. 4 refs., 17 figs.

  12. Wind tunnel testing and numerical calculation on 2-dimensional airfoils in the ground effect; Jimen koka wo ukeru nijigen`yoku no fudo jikken oyobi suchi keisan

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    Nitta, K. [Nagoya University, Nagoya (Japan). Faculty of Engineering

    1995-11-05

    The aerodynamic characteristics of 2-dimensional airfoils in proximity to the ground are examined. The purposes of this paper are: (1) aerodynamic research of the steady pressure distribution in proximity to the ground, (2) suggestion of the methods to simulate the ground effect and 2-dimensionality in the wind tunnel testing, (3) examination that it is reasonable to use the finite difference method based on the small perturbation velocity potential equation in the ground effect problem. The pressure distribution changes according to the height, the ways of which are different between a flat plate airfoil and a NACA0012 airfoil. The effect of viscosity is also examined through numerical calculations. 13 refs., 15 figs., 1 tab.

  13. Relation between frequency of seismic wave and resolution of tomography; Danseiha tomography kaiseki ni okeru shuhasu to bunkaino no kankei

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    Fujimoto, M.; Watanabe, T.; Ashida, Y.; Sassa, K. [Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan). Faculty of Engineering

    1997-05-27

    With regard to the elastic wave exploration, discussions have been given on the relationship between frequency and resolution in P-wave velocity tomography using the initial travel time. The discussions were carried out by using a new analysis method which incorporates the concept of Fresnel volume into tomography analysis. The following two arrangements were used in the calculation: a cross hole arrangement, in which seismic source and vibration receiving points were arranged so as to surround the three directions of a region extending 250 m in the horizontal direction and 500 m in the vertical direction, and observation is performed between two wells, and a permeation VSP arrangement in which the seismic source is installed on the ground surface and receiving points installed in wells. Restructuring was performed on the velocity structure by using a total of 819 observation travel times. This method has derived results of the restructuring according to frequencies of the seismic source used for the exploration. The resolution shown in the result of the restructuring has become higher as elastic waves with higher frequency are used, and the size of the structure identified from the restructuring result has decreased. This fact reveals that sufficient considerations must be given on frequencies of elastic waves used according to size of objects to be explored. 4 refs., 4 figs.

  14. Fault analysis in the very shallow seismic reflection method. 2; Gokusenso hanshaho ni okeru danso kaiseki. 2

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    Nagumo, S.; Muraoka, S.; Takahashi, T. [Oyo Corp., Tokyo (Japan)

    1997-05-27

    Fault analysis is required in addition to the ordinary process of structural analysis (CDP stacking) for the examination of discontinuity in the reflection horizon in question. The fault shape restoration principle is that the reflection point of a reflection wave observed at a certain receiving point is on an ellipse with the shock point and receiving point at its focal points and that the sum of the distances between the reflection point and the focal points is equal to the reflection wave propagation time. The DMO velocity is worked out by calculation using the positive travel time and inverse travel time from the common reflection surface. When the reflection surface is inclined by {theta}, the average interval velocity/cos{theta} is called the DMO velocity. When the reflection surface inclination and the average interval velocities are determined separately in this way, the position of the reflection point may be worked out, and this enables the calculation of the amount of migration (lateral movement). The reflection wave lineups carried by the original record are picked up one by one, and the average interval velocities are treated very prudently. After such a basic DMO conversion treatment, the actualities of the fault are described fairly correctly. 3 figs.

  15. Interferometric SAR and land deformation. Analysis using the dislocation model; Interferometric SAR to chikaku hendo. Dislocation model wo mochiita kaiseki

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    Matsushima, J.; Otaki, T.; Tanaka, A.; Miyazaki, Y. [Geological Survey of Japan, Tsukuba (Japan)

    1996-05-01

    The diastrophism by the earthquake-induced dislocation is investigated by interferometry (INSAR) which represents the diastrophism by the interference fringes of equiphase difference lines. A joint research group at Geographical Survey Institute and National Space Development Agency showed the diastrophism in the vicinity of the ground surfaces before and after the Hyogoken Nanbu Earthquake by the INSAR interference images in 1995. This paper discusses the effects of observation in the vision line direction from the satellite and dislocation parameters on the interference images. The dislocation model uses a slanted rectangular model in a semi-infinite medium, to calculate static displacements and strain distributions at the ground surface, when dislocation changes. It is found that the INSAR interference images, detecting displacements in the vision line direction from the satellite, significantly change as the vision line direction changes, and that the actual displacement cannot be given by the images alone. This paper also shows sensitivity of the interference images to the dislocation parameters. 3 refs., 9 figs., 1 tab.

  16. Three dimensional reflection velocity analysis based on velocity model scan; Model scan ni yoru sanjigen hanshaha sokudo kaiseki

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    Minegishi, M.; Tsuru, T. [Japan National Oil Corp., Tokyo (Japan); Matsuoka, T. [Japan Petroleum Exploration Corp., Tokyo (Japan)

    1996-05-01

    Introduced herein is a reflection wave velocity analysis method using model scanning as a method for velocity estimation across a section, the estimation being useful in the construction of a velocity structure model in seismic exploration. In this method, a stripping type analysis is carried out, wherein optimum structure parameters are determined for reflection waves one after the other beginning with those from shallower parts. During this process, the velocity structures previously determined for the shallower parts are fixed and only the lowest of the layers undergoing analysis at the time is subjected to model scanning. To consider the bending of ray paths at each velocity boundaries involving shallower parts, the ray path tracing method is utilized for the calculation of the reflection travel time curve for the reflection surface being analyzed. Out of the reflection wave travel time curves calculated using various velocity structure models, one that suits best the actual reflection travel time is detected. The degree of matching between the calculated result and actual result is measured by use of data semblance in a time window provided centering about the calculated reflective wave travel time. The structure parameter is estimated on the basis of conditions for the maximum semblance. 1 ref., 4 figs.

  17. Wavefield analysis in inhomogeneous media by wavelet transform; Wavelet henkan ni yoru fukinshitsu baitai no hadoba kaiseki

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    Matsushima, J.; Rokugawa, S.; Kato, Y. [The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan). Faculty of Engineering; Yokota, T.; Miyazaki, T. [Geological Survey of Japan, Tsukuba (Japan); Ichie, Y. [The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan)

    1996-10-01

    Data processing techniques have been investigated for clarifying structures and physical properties of geothermal reservoirs in the deep underground by seismic exploration using multiple wells. They include the initial motion time-distance tomography, amplitude tomography, diffracted wave tomography, and structure imaging using reflected wave or scattered wave. When applying these data processing methods to observed records, weak and minor signals essentially required are canceled due to averaging the analytical fields. In this study, influence of inhomogeneous media on the wavefield was evaluated. Data were analyzed considering frequency by using wavelet transform by which time-frequency can be easily analyzed. From the time-frequency analysis using wavelet transform, it was illustrated that high frequency scattered waves, generated by scatterer like cracks or by irregularity on the reflection surface, arrive behind direct P-wave and direct S-wave. 5 refs., 8 figs.

  18. Fault analysis in the very shallow seismic reflection method; Gokusenso jishin hanshaho ni okeru danso kaiseki. 1

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    Nagumo, S.; Muraoka, S.; Kaida, Y.; Takahashi, T. [OYO Corp., Tokyo (Japan)

    1996-10-01

    To effectively use the very shallow seismic reflection for active fault survey, a method has been investigated by which fault structures can be appropriately reconstructed from the fault information detected in the original records. The first step of reconstructing the fault system from the travel time reflection curve was to grasp an outline of fault structure from the patterns of travel time curve observed in the original record. For the very shallow seismic reflection method, especially, the low velocity layers in a shallow part succeeding from the ground surface made the issue complicated. Then, the travel time reflection curves were calculated in the case of existing several horizontal reflection surfaces in the surface layer. The constant values, mean velocities to the depth at individual reflection surfaces were used for the approximation of velocities. The outline of fault structure was grasped from the observation of original record. Then, the structure was reconstructed from the travel time curves. When the mean velocity in the medium was known, reconstruction of the feature of reflection surfaces from the travel time curves could be determined by simple mapping. When the mean velocity was unknown, it was calculated using the reciprocal travel time from the common reflection surface for individual reflection surfaces. 7 figs.

  19. Development of simulation program for analysis of thermoforming process; Sheet jukuseigata process no tame no kaiseki gijutsu no kaihatsu

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    Ishida, H.; Kihara, S.; Asano, K.; Ashibe, Y. [Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd., Tokyo (Japan)

    1999-12-20

    Three-dimensional viscoelastic FEM code was developed to simulate thermoforming process of polymer sheet. The integral constitutive equation know as the K-BKZ model, where the stress is considered the integral of the time domain and some functions, is adopted and the model is newly formulated to solid element. Thermoforming process of a traveller's case was simulated. The validity of this method is demonstrated. (author)

  20. TEM analysis of grain boundary phase in Mn-Zn ferrites; Mn-Zn ferrite ryukaiso no nano kozo kaiseki

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    Sato, T.; Otsuki, E. [Tokin Corp., Sendai (Japan)

    1996-12-15

    A control of nano-structure in sintering process is necessary to decrease the power loss of Mn-Zn ferrites. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the forming process of nano-structure during sintering as well as the structural change of spinel matrix and grain boundary which are affected by the oxygen partial pressure of sintering atmosphere by using High-Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy (HRTEM). As a result, it was revealed by the TEN images (bright, dark-field and lattice-fringe images) and the electron diffraction analyses that the thickness of the grain boundary layers was found to increase with increasing oxygen partial pressure of sintering atmosphere. And the reduction of power loss by adding SiO2 and CaO is thought of due to the formation of highly resistive grain boundary layers. 7 refs., 5 figs.

  1. Fundamental study on the controlled thermal environment in enclosed spaces. Heisa kukan ni okeru netsu teki kankyo no kaiseki

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    Fukuchi, N.; Li, Q.; Nagano, H. (Kyushu Univ., Fukuoka, (Japan). Faculty of Engineering)

    1990-03-15

    For precise theoretical analysis of thermal environment in enclosed anisotropic turbulent air flow spaces such as air-conditioned cabins and reefer holds of ships, momentum and heat transport equations with diffusion terms due to buoyancy effects were derived for enclosed spaces including air layers with different temperatures due to slow circulating air flows. The air flow velocity and temperature distributions in enclosed spaces with induced air blows were calculated by a three-dimensional analysis based on a difference calculus (SMAC method) and finite element method, and those were also measured in a thermally insulated container type chamber with induced hot air blows, to verify the theoretical formulation. The relation between the temperature distributions and various controlling factors was clarified based on the measurement and calculation of thermal environment in temperature-controlled enclosed spaces. Detailed knowledge required to design thermally insulated spaces were thus obtained. 7 refs., 10 figs.

  2. Flow analysis of fresh concrte as a two phase model. Niso model wo mochiita fresh concrete no ryudo kaiseki shuho

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    Mori, H.; Watanabe, K.; Tanigawa, Y. (Nagoya University, Nagoya (Japan)); Umemoto, M. (Toda Corporation, Tokyo (Japan))

    1991-09-30

    As a general-purpose flow simulation method for fresh concrete, a viscoplastic finite element method(VFEM) has already been proposed. To solve the problems of this VFEM, a new analysis method called viscoplastic suspension element method(VSEM) which treats fresh concrete as a two-phase model consisting of aggregate and matrix is proposed in this paper. In this method, calculation on sperical rigid body(aggregate) of a certain size coverd with viscoplastic fluid which is represented by a Bingham model is carried out supposing that force between two aggregates which are close to each other in some extent is transmitted by suspension element. While rheological properties of concrete are used as input data in the VFEM, such properties in the matrix part are used for the analysis in the VSEM. The validity of the VSEM is investigated through a simple experiment, and some examples of analytical results obtained by the VSEM are also shown. 19 refs., 23 figs., 2 tabs

  3. Inversion interpretation of the mise-a-la-masse data; Denryu den`i ho data no inversion kaiseki

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    Okuno, M.; Hatanaka, H.; Mizunaga, H.; Ushijima, K. [Kyushu University, Fukuoka (Japan). Faculty of Engineering

    1996-05-01

    A program was developed for the inversion interpretation of the mise-a-la-masse data, and was applied to a numerical model experiment and to the study of data obtained by actual probing. For the development of this program, a program was used that calculated by finite difference approximation the potential produced by a linear current source, and studies were made through forward interpretation, inversion interpretation of the acquired apparent resistivity data, comparison with the true solution, accuracy and tendency, and the limitations. In the simulation of a horizontal 2-layer model, the parametric value after 20 repetitions converged with deviation of 1% or lower. This program was applied to the data from probing the Hatchobara district, Oita Prefecture, using a model wherein the target area was divided into 5 from east to west, and into 2 in the direction of depth. The result suggested that there was a large-scale low-resistivity body deep in the ground in the southeastern part of the investigated area. Furthermore, there was a spot detected in the direction of east-northeast that suggested an electric structure continuous in the direction of depth and a fault-like structure discontinuous in the transverse direction. 7 refs., 9 figs.

  4. MT2-D inversion analysis in Kakkonda geothermal field; Kakkonda chinetsu chiiki ni okeru MT ho nijigen kaiseki

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    Yamane, K.; Takasugi, S. [Geothermal Energy Research and Development Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan); Miyazaki, S. [Japan Metals and Chemicals Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan); Uchida, T. [New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, Tokyo, (Japan)

    1996-05-01

    Data, collected from an MT method-assisted survey conducted in the Kakkonda geothermal region in 1987, was re-examined, and a new structure was found. The review was carried out by use of a 2D analysis in the TM mode. According to the 1D analysis of 1987 and the geological data gathered then, it is estimated that the resistivity structure of this region runs in the northwest-southeast direction. A northeast-southwest traverse line was set for this analysis, orthogonal to the strike, and the impedance at each observation spot was caused to rotate to this direction across the whole range of frequency. Furthermore, in 1994-95, surveys were conducted using arrayed CSMT/MT methods. All these sum up to indicate that a high-resistivity region extends northwest in the southwestern part of the Kakkonda river but that there exists a low-resistivity region of several 10 Ohm m centering about the B traverse line. The high-resistivity region deep in the ground being the target of excavation in the Kakkonda region, to collect knowledge about this high-resistivity is important, and here the effectiveness of the 2d analysis has been verified. 5 refs., 11 figs.

  5. Improvement of two-dimensional gravity analysis by using logarithmic functions; Taisu kansu wo mochiita nijigen juryoku kaiseki no kairyo

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    Makino, M.; Murata, Y. [Geological Survey of Japan, Tsukuba (Japan)

    1996-05-01

    An examination was made, in the two dimensional tectonic analysis by gravity exploration, on a method that was applicable from a deep underground part to a shallow geological structure by using logarithmic functions. In the examination, a case was considered in which an underground structure was divided into a basement and a covering formation and in which the boundary part had undulations. An equation to calculate a basement structure from a gravity anomaly was derived so that, taking into consideration the effect from the height of an observation point, it might be applicable to the shallow distribution of the basement depth. In the test calculation, a model was assumed reaching the depth near the surface with the basement being a step structure. Density difference was set as 0.4g/cm{sup 3}. An analysis using an equation two-dimensionally modified from Ogihara`s (1987) method produced a fairly reasonable result, showing, however, a deformed basement around the boundary of the step structure, with the appearance of a small pulse-shaped structure. The analysis using logarithmic functions revealed that the original basement structure was faithfully restored. 3 refs., 5 figs.

  6. Magnetic constraints of basement structure offshore of western Kyushu, Japan; Kyushu seiho kaiiki ni okeru jiki ijo no kaiseki

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    Okuma, S.; Nakatsuka, T. [Geological Survey of Japan, Tsukuba (Japan); Ishihara, T. [Japan National Oil Corp., Tokyo (Japan)

    1996-05-01

    This paper describes the results from the qualitative analysis of magnetic anomalies offshore of western Kyushu and from an analysis by a three-dimensional two-layer model inversion. The analysis ranged from Kyushu on the east to Jeju Island on the west and from the southern part of the Korean Peninsula on the north to Tanegashima and Yakushima Islands on the south, namely, the area of 580km from east to west and 580km from south to north. The analytical data used was Magnetic Anomaly Map of Asia (GSJ and CCOP, 1994). In the qualitative analysis, a pseudogravity anomaly map and a pole gravity anomaly map were prepared from the total magnetic force anomaly map by means of a frequency filter operation. As a result, it was noted that two distinctive magnetic high belts existed in the margin of the Tunghai Shelf, extending from the sea area to the west of the Nansei Islands continuously to NNE, and being distributed transversely through the Goto sedimentary basin. Additionally, in the inversion analysis, it was demonstrated that the magnetic basement became shallow at the margin of the Tunghai Shelf north of latitude 31 degrees north, extending nearly in the NNE direction through west of the Goto Islands, west of Tsushima Island, and continuing to the southern coast of the Korean Peninsula. 6 refs., 4 figs.

  7. Preliminaries on core image analysis using fault drilling samples; Core image kaiseki kotohajime (danso kussaku core kaisekirei)

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    Miyazaki, T.; Ito, H. [Geological Survey of Japan, Tsukuba (Japan)

    1996-05-01

    This paper introduces examples of image data analysis on fault drilling samples. The paper describes the following matters: core samples used in the analysis are those obtained from wells drilled piercing the Nojima fault which has moved in the Hygoken-Nanbu Earthquake; the CORESCAN system made by DMT Corporation, Germany, used in acquiring the image data consists of a CCD camera, a light source and core rotation mechanism, and a personal computer, its resolution being about 5 pixels/mm in both axial and circumferential directions, and 24-bit full color; with respect to the opening fractures in core samples collected by using a constant azimuth coring, it was possible to derive values of the opening width, inclination angle, and travel from the image data by using a commercially available software for the personal computer; and comparison of this core image with the BHTV record and the hydrophone VSP record (travel and inclination obtained from the BHTV record agree well with those obtained from the core image). 4 refs., 4 figs.

  8. Structural analyses of very large semi-submersibles in waves; Choogata hansensuishiki futai no harochu kozo oto kaiseki

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    Iijima, K.; Yoshida, K.; Suzuki, H. [The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan)

    1997-08-01

    An analysis method in which the technique of a vehicle obtained when a three-dimensional singular point distribution method and Kagemoto`s mutual interaction theory are combined was expanded for the fluid area was proposed as the structural analysis of very large semi-submersibles in waves. A partial structure method is used for the structure. In a fluid area, the number of unknown quantities appearing in a final expression could be largely reduced by introducing the new concept of a group body. In this process, both hydro-elasticity and hydrodynamic mutual interaction are considered. As a result, floating bodies that could not be previously calculated can be modeled as a three-dimensional frame structure and the response analysis in waves can be carried out without damaging the accuracy. The calculation result is used as the input data required for analyzing the structural fatigue locally during structural design of very large semi-submersibles in the 3,000 (m) class. This study can present a series of procedures between the response analysis of very large floating bodies in waves and the structural design. 11 refs., 14 figs., 1 tab.

  9. Diode laser pumped solid state laser. Part IV. ; Noise analysis. Handotai laser reiki kotai laser. 4. ; Noise kaiseki

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    Sakurai, H.; Seno, T.; Tanabe, Y. (Asahi Glass Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan))

    1991-06-10

    Concerning the second harmonic generation(SHG) of diode laser pumped solid state laser using a nonlinear optical material, the researches are carried out to pracitically apply to the optical pickup. Therefore, the reduction of output optical noise has become the important researching subject. The theoretical and experimental analyses of noise generating mechanism were carried out for the system in which Nd;YAG as the laser diode and KTP (KTiOPO {sub 4}) as the nonlinear optical crystal were used. The following findings for the noise generating mechanism could be obtained: The competitive interaction between the polarization modes was dominant noise mechanism in the high frequency range from 1 to 20MHz and the noise could be removed sufficiently by using the QWP(quarter wave plate). On the other hand, the noise observed in the low frequency range from 100 to 200kHz depended on the resonance length, agreed qualitatively with the theoretical analysis of the noise to the competitive longitudinal modes and agreed quantitatively with the noise generating frequency range. 10 refs., 13 figs., 1 tab.

  10. Analysis of mixture formation of direct injection gasoline engine; Tonai funsha gasoline engine no kongoki keisei kaiseki

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    Kano, M.; Saito, K.; Basaki, M. [Nippon Soken, Inc., Tokyo (Japan); Matsushita, S.; Gono, T. [Toyota Motor Corp., Aichi (Japan)

    1997-10-01

    On direct injection gasoline engine, in order to achieve good stratified combustion, the extremely advanced control of air-fuel mixture is required. For this purpose, the method of diagnosing the quality of the state of mixture formation in combustion chambers becomes necessary. In this research, the state of air-fuel mixture in the combustion chamber of a TOYOTA D-4 was analyzed in space and time by visualization, A/F multi-point measurement and A/F high response measurement, thus the effects that injection timing, swirl and fuel pressure exerted to mixture formation were elucidated. 3 refs., 17 figs., 1 tab.

  11. Study of nozzle deposit formation mechanism for direct injection gasoline engines; Chokufun gasoline engine yo nozzle no deposit seisei kaiseki

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    Kinoshita, M.; Saito, A. [Toyota Central Research and Development Labs., Inc., Aichi (Japan); Matsushita, S. [Toyota Motor Corp., Aichi (Japan); Shibata, H. [Nippon Soken, Inc., Tokyo (Japan); Niwa, Y. [Denso Corp., Aichi (Japan)

    1997-10-01

    Nozzles in fuel injectors for direct injection gasoline engines are exposed to high temperature combustion gases and soot. In such a rigorous environment, it is a fear that fuel flow rate changes in injectors by deposit formation on nozzles. Fundamental factors of nozzle deposit formation were investigated through injector bench tests and engine dynamometer tests. Deposit formation processes were observed by SEM through engine dynamometer tests. The investigation results reveal nozzle deposit formation mechanism and how to suppress the deposit. 4 refs., 8 figs., 3 tabs.

  12. FY 1999 report on the results on analysis of protein functions; 1999 nendo tanpakushitsu kino kaiseki seika hokokusho

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    2001-03-01

    This project is aimed at construction of the intellectual infrastructures for biotechnologies, in order to accelerate development of the Japanese technologies and activate their application to industries. Described herein are the FY 1999 results. These infrastructures are for functional analysis of protein which will be one of the key issues in genome analysis, and collection and analysis of biological information. This project includes a total of 9 research and development themes for four research categories: frequency analysis of gene expression (development of the gene expression profile database system for functional analysis of human genome, and analysis of the gene expression and protein functions by the ECA chip technology), function analysis by the biological model (high-performance analysis by the bio-project, database system for drug metabolizing enzymes, analysis of gene functions using mutant mice, and simple genome function analysis of murine individuals using the RNAi effect), protein expression (function validation of unknown human genes based on the useful biological model, and protein function analysis using multi-purpose destination vectors), and protein function prediction by the information science method. (NEDO)

  13. Three-dimensional analysis of the magnetic structure in Hokkaido, Japan; Hokkaido no sanjigen jiki kozo kaiseki

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    Makino, M. [Geological Survey of Japan, Tsukuba (Japan)

    1996-10-01

    The magnetic structure in Hokkaido was quantitatively analyzed by the magnetic anomaly distribution. This paper describes its characteristics. Detection of structural boundaries and 3-D analysis of double-layer structure were conducted for the regional magnetic data in a region with about 500 km square. There was not so large difference in patterns of magnetic anomaly distribution between the case that the direction of magnetization was set at 45{degree} to the west during the geomagnetic conversion according to Segawa and Oshima and the case that it was set as same as the current geomagnetic direction. The method of Blakely and Simpson was useful to detect the boundaries of magnetic structures. The structural boundaries obtained were more linear than the iso-magnetic contour lines. A new method has been conceived in which the approximation of 3-D magnetic structure analysis can be deduced, and the irregularity of magnetic basement can be determined by the repeated calculation. In practice, this method was applied to the magnetic data in the whole Hokkaido. The calculation was stably converged. It was found that the magnetic structure obtained in the Kamuikotan/Ishikari-Kitakami magnetic belt exhibited a fault structure having steep slopes accompanied by the basin structure in the western boundaries. 19 refs., 6 figs.

  14. Case study on seepage failure of Elwha river dam; Shinto hakai jirei no kaiseki (Elwha river dam no hakai jirei)

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    Tanaka, T. [Kobe University, Kobe (Japan). Faculty of Agriculture; Nagai, S. [Osaka City Office, Osaka (Japan)

    1997-08-01

    The structure was situated on gravel and coarse sand underlain by an impermeable bedrock. Since a large spring developed in the ground near the downstream toe when the reservoir was full, a row of sheet piles was driven to a depth of 9-12m at a distance of 2.4m from the tow. The dam failed, however, before the pile installation was completed. In this report, analysis is made using the finite element method and, for the evaluation of the stability of the ground, Harza`s method and the prismatic failure concept are employed. It is inferred that the ground was near the critical condition when the piles were driven and that the piles invited the further concentration of seepage water. In case sheet piles are to be driven immediately below the downstream toe with the dam full of water, seepage water will all the more concentrate in the ground behind the sheet piles if the piles are not set deep enough, and this enhances the possibility of sand boiling. Stability increases when the piles penetrate deeper. The causes for the failure were the seepage path that was too short (design error) and the piles that were driven at a distance of 2.4m from the downstream tow. 6 refs., 8 figs., 2 tabs.

  15. Measurement of dimensions using robot constructed utilizing optical fiber signal transmission system having reference capability; Sanshoko denso kinotsuki fiber shingo denso hoshiki wo riyoshita robot ni yoru sunpo sokutei

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    Kamiya, M. [Hamamatsu Industrial Research Institute, Shizuoka (Japan); Ikeda, H. [Shizuoka University, Shizuoka (Japan)

    1997-01-20

    This paper describes the optical signal transmission system constructed using direct intensity modulation technique which is capable of transmitting a signal through a movable optical fiber, and its application to the measurement of dimensions using a robot. When the optical fiber is bent, the optical power losses are increased, and however, the power loss at 830 nm was almost the same as that at 660 nm. So, the light at 660 run can be used as a reference light to correct the intensity error of the signal light at 830 nm which is caused by the optical fiber bending. This system simultaneously transmits the signal and reference from a transmitter to a receiver through a movable optical fiber. Al the receiver, the signal is normalized by the reference to provide the correct output signal. When the optical fiber was bent with a bending radius of 10 nun at a bending angle of 180 degrees, the transmission error rate was 0.28 in the conventional single-path system. This error was caused by the bending loss of the signal light power. Under the same bending conditions, the error rate was improved to 0.03 in the proposed system due to the reference capability. This system was experimentally applied to transmit data from the displacement sensor attached to the arm of the robot through the movable optical fiber installed in the arm of the robot. The proposed system having the reference capability can transmit an optical distance signal with the minimum error through a movable optical fiber. The experiment was successful. 23 refs., 13 figs., 4 tabs.

  16. Application of a temperature selective heat storage tank to a solar system. Part 3. Solar heat collecting system; Ondo sentaku chikunetsuso no solar system eno tekiyo. 3. Shunetsu hoshiki ni tsuite

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    Kamiya, Y. [Kanto Gakuin University, Yokohama (Japan); Kanayama, K. [Kitami Institute of Technology, Hokkaido (Japan)

    1996-10-27

    The tank system and tank-less system when the temperature selective heat storage tank is applied to a solar system were considered. In the tank system, the simulation shows that the annual supplementary heat consumption is reduced as the tank capacity becomes lower. The most suitable operating time set for determining the reference time is about five hours in winter and about nine hours in summer. The annual operating time is about 6.5 hours. In the tank-less system, the most suitable minimum flow rate per solar collector area of a heating medium in Tokyo and its districts is 10 L/hm{sup 2} for both three-step flow control and constant flow control. The tank-less system is slightly lower in annual supplementary heat consumption than the tank system. For the three-step flow control, a change in the annual supplementary heat consumption is lower than that in the minimum flow rate. For the constant flow control, however, the annual supplementary heat consumption rapidly increases when the flow rate more decreases than the optimum value. The number of pump start/stop counts for the three-step flow control is less than two times as high as for the constant flow control. 4 refs., 6 figs., 1 tab.

  17. Insulation recovery characteristics after arc interruption and its application for high speed reclosing of UHV A. C transmission lines. UHV koryu sodensen ni okeru arc shokogo no zetsuen kaifuku tokusei to kosokudo saihero hoshiki eno tekiyo

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    Goda, Yutaka; Matsuda, Shoji; Inaba, Tsuginori.

    1988-11-01

    An application of high speed reclosing for UHV a.c transmission lines is expected to secure high reliability of transmission system. In order to choose dead times of high speed reclosing property, it is necessary to clarify forced extinction characteristics of secondary arc and insulation recovery characteristics after arc interruption. The authors carried out many tests about these. This reports shows summarization of the results of these test. The authors applied a statistical method to measure insulation recovery characteristics after arc interruption, and calculated some dead times under some assumption. From the results of the tests, the authors considered that the technique of high speed grounding switch is effective for realizing high speed reclosing. They showed the results of calculation to choose dead times of high speed reclosing. 21 refs., 35 figs., 10 tabs.

  18. Numerical analysis of airfoil flutter in turbomachinery. 1st Report. 2D and 3D analysis of flow around airfoil subjected forced oscillation; Turbo kikai no yoku flutter kaiseki. 1. Kyosei shindoji ni okeru nijigen kaiseki to sanjigen kaiseki no soi

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    Yokono, Y. [Toshiba Corp., Tokyo (Japan)

    1998-08-25

    This paper describes extensive computer-based analytical studies on the details of unsteady flow behavior around oscillating airfoils in turbomachinery. To consider the time-dependent motions of airfoil, a complete Navier-Stokes solver incorporating a moving mesh was applied, and the drag and lift coefficients for the cases of stationary airfoils and airfoils subjected to forced oscillation were examined. In the present study, a comparison was made between the two-and three-dimensional analyses for NACA0012 airfoils, and the separation vortex structure was examined in detail. From the numerical results, it was found that the separation vortex consisted of large-scale rolls with axes in the span direction, and rib substructures with axes in the stream direction. The three-dimensional analysis could simulate these rolls and ribs, but the two-dimensional analysis was inadequate to realize this vortex structure. This is the main difference between the two- and three-dimensional analyses. In addition, the formation of ribs was found to be affected by the forced oscillation, and the transformation or rolls increased and the vortex structure became fine as the oscillation frequency increased. 11 refs., 15 figs., 1 tab.

  19. Pop / Tõnu Kaalep

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    Heliplaatidest: Mihkel Kleis "Quest For Fire/Visit To Minotaur", Andrew W. K. "The Wolf",Client "Client", Bubba Sparxxx "Deliverance", Yes "The Ultimate Yes - 35th Anniversary Collection", Joseph Suchy "calabi.yau", Luomo "Present Lover"

  20. Numerical simulation of formation process of transformed zone and R-curve behavior in partially stabilized zirconia. Bubun anteika zirconia no hentai ryoiki keisei katei to R kyokusen kyodo no suchi simulation

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    Kageyama, K.; Enoki, M.; Kishi, T. (The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan). Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology)

    1992-07-20

    The toughening mechanism by stress-induced transformation in partially stabilized zirconia has been proposed by McMeeking,et al. However, their model is not coincident with the experimental data on Ce-TZP by Yu, et al., because it is assumed that the transformation volume fraction of the former model is low and the stress field is formed only at the main crack tip. In this paper, it is considered that the stress field is formed not only at the main crack tip but also by transformed particles with expanded volume. Consequently, numerical simulation of the shape and width of the transformed zone and R-curve behavior in partially stabilized zirconia was carried out. As a result of analyses, the formation process of the transformed zone was divided into two types due to transformation volume fractions. In the case of the low transformation volume fraction, the R-curve behavior agrees with the analysis by McMeeking et al., and the width of the transformed zone does not change even with crack extension. In the case of the high fraction, however, change in the shape and extension of the width of the transformed zone occur discontinuously along the crack extension. It shows a step-like R-curve behavior. 10 refs., 10 figs.

  1. Numerical model for gas-liquid two-phase mixture flow in a vertical pipe with a sudden enlargement in diameter; Kankei ga kyukakudai suru enchokukannai ni okeru kieki nisoryu no suchi model

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    Hatta, N.; Fujimoto, H.; Takuda, H.; Omodaka, M.; Takatsu, T. [Kyoto Univ. (Japan)

    1998-07-25

    Airlift pumps are utilized to transport toxic and hazardous solutions in chemical industries and so on, and they are prospected to use for lifting deep seabed mineral resources. Therefore, recently, it is carried out actively to investigate to grasp the fluidity of airlift pumps. This paper is concerned with a numerical model for the steady-state flow characteristics of the gas-liquid two-phase mixture flowing upward in a vertical pipeline with an abrupt enlargement in cross sectional area. The system of governing equations used is based upon the multifluid model and the transitions of gas flow pattern are taken into consideration in the system of governing equations. For the case of an abrupt enlargement in diameter in a coaxial pipeline, the procedure of the numerical calculation to obtain the flow characteristics in the pipeline section after a sudden change in diameter has been proposed. At the same time, the experiments have also been performed using two kinds of lifting pipes in order to confirm the validity of the present numerical model. As a result of the comparison of the calculated results with the experimental data, it was confirmed the applicability of the system of governing equations as well as the validity of the procedure of the numerical calculation proposed here. 23 refs., 6 figs., 1 tab.

  2. Numerical simulation on flow and density field in summer in Kagoshima bay by using a multi-layer model; Taso model ni yoru Kagoshimawan no kaki no ryudo to mitsudoba no suchi simulation

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    Iwakiri, Y. [Water Works Bureau of Kagoshima City, Kagoshima (Japan); Kyozuka, Y. [Kyushu University, Kyushu (Japan)

    1996-10-01

    Numerical simulation was performed on sea water circulation and density field in Kagoshima Bay by using a multi-layer model to verify a model by comparing the simulation result with observation values. The numerical computation model had the Coriolis parameters constant and used the Cartesian coordinates. Based on the fact that the scale in the perpendicular direction is very small as compared with that in the horizontal direction, a hydrostatic pressure approximation was used for the pressure, and an approximation that keeps density constant was used for all the other items than buoyancy. Processes for scales smaller than the lattice size were expressed by vortex viscosity terms and vortex diffusion terms. As a result of calculations, good agreement with observation values was derived in counterclockwise flow in the end of the bay and flow from the bay center to the entrance of the bay. The vertical distribution of density depicts well how density forming layers are created. In the calculation values of water temperature and salt content, good agreement with the observations was shown in the water temperature even in a quantitative aspect, but not as good agreement in the salt content as in the water temperature. In calculations that consider precipitation and evaporation, only the salt content showed values close to the observation values. 4 refs., 7 figs.

  3. Effects of imposing higher-order far-field boundary conditions on the numerical solution of the two-dimensional compressible Euler equations. Nijigen asshukusei Euler hoteishiki no suchi keisan ni okeru koji enpo kyokai joken tekiyo koka no kento

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    Nishitani, T. (Toray Industries, Inc., Tokyo (Japan)); Satofuka, N.; Tokunaga, H. (Kyoto Institute of Technology, Kyoto (Japan). Faculty of Engineering and Design)

    1994-03-25

    Solving numerically a flow field around an object assumed of an infinite far field often becomes necessary for analyzing such an object important in terms of engineerings as represented by an airframe. This paper describes an application of high-order boundary conditions to analyzing an external flow field by using a positive line method for solving a two-dimensional compressible Euler equation to compare the result with the conventional low-order boundary conditions and discuss the convergence and the calculation efficiency. A discussion has also been given on such a case that an angle of attack is given to a wing under a condition of generating shock waves, and the position of a shock wave is varied above and below the wing. The calculation lattice is constructed by a C-shape around an NACA0012 wing shape with a chord length of one. Parameters varying distances to the forward boundary and the rearward boundary simultaneously were established. When a high-order boundary condition is used, lift coefficient is hardly subjected to the influence even if the forward and rearward boundary distances are varied simultaneously. Use of the high-order boundary condition tends to reduce the convergence. The fewer the number of lattice, the smaller the degree of the decrease. 5 refs., 11 figs., 4 tabs.

  4. Study on accident reconstruction model. Validation of the model; Shototsu jiko saigen no kaiseki moderu ni kansuru kenkyu. Moderu no kensho

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    Ishikawa, H.; Wei, Lang [Japan Automobile Research Inst., Tokyo (Japan); Nakatsuji, T. [Hokkaido Univ., Sapporo (Japan). Faculty of Engineering

    1995-10-01

    In a vehicle collision accident analysis, the behavior of the vehicle immediately before and after the occurrence of the accident is presumed from the situation of the accident site such as the tire marks remaining at the site, the condition of the body deformation, the last position of the vehicle`s stoppage, etc.. The vehicle collision accident analysis is called also the accident reconstruction, and various analytic models have been proposed, but many of them are analytic models to presume, prior to the collision, the situation after it, and models which analyze the pre-collision situation from the situation after it are not many. In this study, an accident analytic model has been prepared which can reconstruct the vehicle`s speed prior to the collision and its behavior after it only from the stoppage position of the vehicle after the collision and the position of the vehicle at the point of collision by adapting the law of conservation of momentum and the Gim`s tire model. In other words, each analytic equation of the momentum analytic model immediately after the collision, the two-dimensional vehicle movement, the dynamic model, and the verification model of the speed immediately before the collision have been roughly explained and by comparing 5 examples of the experimental results of actual vehicles` collisions with the analytic calculation results of the above model, the validity of the above model has been verified. 4 refs., 6 figs., 1 tab.

  5. Bayesian reliability analysis for non-periodic inspection with estimation of uncertain parameters; Bayesian shinraisei kaiseki wo tekiyoshita hiteiki kozo kensa ni kansuru kenkyu

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    Itagaki, H. [Yokohama National University, Yokohama (Japan). Faculty of Engineering; Asada, H.; Ito, S. [National Aerospace Laboratory, Tokyo (Japan); Shinozuka, M.

    1996-12-31

    Risk assessed structural positions in a pressurized fuselage of a transport-type aircraft applied with damage tolerance design are taken up as the subject of discussion. A small number of data obtained from inspections on the positions was used to discuss the Bayesian reliability analysis that can estimate also a proper non-periodic inspection schedule, while estimating proper values for uncertain factors. As a result, time period of generating fatigue cracks was determined according to procedure of detailed visual inspections. The analysis method was found capable of estimating values that are thought reasonable and the proper inspection schedule using these values, in spite of placing the fatigue crack progress expression in a very simple form and estimating both factors as the uncertain factors. Thus, the present analysis method was verified of its effectiveness. This study has discussed at the same time the structural positions, modeling of fatigue cracks generated and develop in the positions, conditions for destruction, damage factors, and capability of the inspection from different viewpoints. This reliability analysis method is thought effective also on such other structures as offshore structures. 18 refs., 8 figs., 1 tab.

  6. Analysis on the R-R interval time series of automobile long distance drivers; Kosoku doro no chojikan soko ni yoru R-R kankakuji keiretsu kaiseki

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    Moyoshi, M.; Takata, K. [Daido Institute of Technology, Nagoya (Japan); Yokoyama, K. [Nagoya Municipal Women`s College, Nagoya (Japan); Yoshioka, T.; Watanabe, Y. [Toyota National College of Technology, Aichi (Japan)

    1995-04-20

    Analyses were performed on change in living body information as time elapses while driving a car, the differences between automobile drivers and fellow passengers, and between automobile drivers and motorcycle drivers. A comparison on body temperatures in automobile drivers and motorcycle drivers shows sharper changes in the motorcycle drivers. Motorcycles, being different from automobiles, put the drivers exposed to atmosphere during driving, applying larger living body load. Adrenalin increases its concentration when a human is under mental load, so does noradrenalin when under physical load. Both of adrenalin and noradrenalin showed an increasing trend in the afternoon as compared with in the morning. From the comparison with the normal daily life, fellow passengers have also large mental living body load, who were found to have concentration change of nearly two times or more than that in normal conditions. A subject who rode in a car in the first experiment and drove a motorcycle in the second experiment was discovered to have his right hand grasping power decreased remarkably after the second experiment. Fatigue factors unique to motorcycle driving are thought the engine vibration, the hot air, the need of taking balance of the motorcycle attitudes, and stress from noise. 14 refs., 8 figs.

  7. Numerical response analysis of a large mat-type floating structure in regular waves; Matogata choogata futai kozobutsu no haro oto kaiseki

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    Yasuzawa, Y.; Kagawa, K.; Kitabayashi, K. [Kyushu University, Fukuoka (Japan); Kawano, D. [Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Tokyo (Japan)

    1997-08-01

    The theory and formulation for the numerical response analysis of a large floating structure in regular waves were given. This paper also reports the comparison between the experiment in the Shipping Research Institute in the Minitry of Transport and the result calculated using numerical analytic codes in this study. The effect of the bending rigidity of a floating structure and the wave direction on the dynamic response of a structure was examined by numerical calculation. When the ratio of structure length and incident wavelength (L/{lambda}) is lower, the response amplitude on the transmission side becomes higher in a wave-based response. The hydrodynamic elasticity exerts a dominant influence when L/{lambda} becomes higher. For incident oblique waves, the maximum response does not necessarily appear on the incidence side. Moreover, the response distribution is also complicated. For example, the portion where any flexible amplitude hardly appears exists. A long structure response can be predicted from a short structure response to some degree. They differ in response properties when the ridigity based on the similarity rule largely differs, irrespective of the same L/{lambda}. For higher L/{lambda}, the wave response can be easily predicted when the diffrection force is replaced by the concentrated exciting force on the incidence side. 13 refs., 14 figs., 3 tabs.

  8. Analysis of vibration characteristics of a prestressed concrete cable-stayed bridge using strong motion observation data. Jishin kansoku ni motozuku PC shachokyo no shindo tokusei no kaiseki

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    Inatomi, T. (Port and Harbour Research Institute, Kanagawa (Japan)); Takeda, T.; Obi, N.; Yamanobe, S. (Kajima Corp., Tokyo (Japan))

    1994-05-31

    Records of seismic observation were analyzed for the purpose of proving the validity of antiseismic design for a prestressed concrete (PC) cable-stayed bridge. This bridge is a three span continuous PC cable-stayed bridge of 498 m in bridge length, and is constructed on alluvial soft ground. The seismometer used is a servo type accelerometer. The observed frequency and mode of seismic vibration are in good agreement with those in the analysis and hence the validity of modelling of the structure in designing was confirmed. It was also confirmed that the bending vibration and torsional vibration of the main girder are separated as designed. However, some points such as a large difference in the observed vibration and analysed vibration in the mode accompanying rotation of the base are listed as problems to be solved in antiseismic design. In order to investigate the attenuation constant of the upper structure, a seismic wave response analysis was performed and its results were compared with observed ones. When the attenuation constant is assumed to be 2%, agreement of data between analysis and observation is good, and it is considered that the attenuation constant of the upper structure only without the effects of attenuation of energy escape from the base and crack generation in concrete was about 2% in the observed earthquake (maximum acceleration on the ground: 51 Gal). 8 refs., 9 figs., 2 tabs.

  9. Ultimate strength analysis of long-span cable-stayed bridges; Chodai chachokyo no shukyoku kyodo kaiseki to kyodo ni kansuru ichikosatsu

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    Xie, X.; Yamaguchi, H. [Saitama Univ., Urawa (Japan)] Nagai, M. [Nagaoka Technical Coll., Niigata (Japan)

    1998-07-21

    Recently, span of cable-stayed bridges has been getting loner and longer, present situation is that cable-stayed bridges with span 600 to 800m class have been built inside and outside the country, and accurate determination of its ultimate strength has been an important problem statistically. However, concrete design method for evaluating load bearing stress of long-span cable-stayed bridge. Particularly of the main beam whose axial stress is dominating, has not been established so far. As for cable-stayed bridge, even for long-span, effect of plasticization of cross section on ultimate strength is severe because there is little effect of geometric nonlinearity and it is thought that accurate evaluation of ultimate strength only by elastic finite potential analysis is difficult. Accordingly, it is necessary to study the behavior by using combined nonlinear analysis considering the nonlinearity of the material in order to evaluate the safety and economy to long-span cable-stayed bridge. In this report, 3 dimensional analysis method was formularized taking into account the combine nonlinearity of multi-box girder and analysis program of ultimate strength behavior of long-span cable-stayed bridge was developed. 19 refs., 17 figs., 2 tabs.

  10. Analysis and model-tests on vortex-induced oscillation of bridges; Kyoryo no uzu reishin ni kansuru sanjigen oto kaiseki to fudo jikken

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    Yamamura, N. [Hitachi Zosen Corp., Osaka (Japan); Ogasawara, M. [Kansai Electric Power Co. Inc., Osaka (Japan); Shiraishi, N. [Maizuru College of Technology, Kyoto (Japan); Nanjo, M.

    1996-07-21

    In order to predict the three-dimensional response to vortex-induced oscillation of bridges, a model was investigated using the aerodynamic force coefficient including vortex-induced and self-excited forces, and the nonlinear response coefficient expressing constancy of response to vortex-induced oscillation. In the analysis, change of frequency in wind by the self-excited force, aerodynamic damping term, effect of the mode, and correlation of the vortex-induced force along member axis were taken into account. The aerodynamic force and nonlinear response coefficients were identified from the homogeneous and turbulent flow results of wind tunnel tests using a two-dimensional spring support rigid body model with varied damping factor. The aerodynamic damping term can be estimated from the nonlinear aerodynamic force coefficient, but it was enough to calculate it from the quasi-stationary coefficient in general bridge profiles. The correlation of the vortex-induced force was obtained from measurements of the vertical variation components of trailing flow under the resonance state, or the pressure distribution of the member surface. When comparing to the wind tunnel test of three-dimensional model of cable-stayed bridge, the response amplitude by the present analysis method was consistent well with the test results rather than by the method in which the amplitude of two-dimensional model was corrected. 10 refs., 4 figs., 3 tabs.

  11. Analysis of combustion in an ATAC engine with measurement of radical luminescence; Radical hakko keisoku ni yoru ATAC engine no nensho kaiseki

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    Park, Y.; Oguma, H.; Ueda, H.; Iida, N. [Keio University, Tokyo (Japan)

    1997-10-01

    In order to make clear of the combustion mechanism and the frame structure in two stake, so called, active thermo-atmosphere combustion (ATAC) engine fueled by gasoline and methanol, we measured the 2-demensional images of OH, CH and C2 radical band spectra in both ATAC and SI combustion mode. From the results of pressure data in the cylinder, the heat release rate was calculated. We evaluated the correlation of radical luminescence intensity and the rate of heat release. 3 refs., 4 figs., 2 tabs.

  12. Subsurface interpretation based on geophysical data set using geothermal database system `GEOBASE`. 2; Chinetsu database system `GEOBASE` wo riyoshita Kakkonda chinetsu chiiki no chika kozo kaiseki. 2

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    Osato, K.; Sato, T.; Miura, Y.; Yamane, K. [GERD Geothermal Energy Research and Development Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan); Doi, N. [Japan Metals and Chemicals Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan); Uchida, T. [New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, Tokyo, (Japan)

    1997-05-27

    Five cross sections were applied as a result of MT method investigations in addition to the results of conventional analyses at the Kakkonda geothermal area; three-dimensional resistivity distribution was made into a database by using the Kriging method which makes a matching with anisotropy of seismic center distribution in micro-earthquakes; and the database was compared with the data derived from surveys on the pilot survey well WD-1a and the side-truck well WD-1b thereof. As a result, it was found that the well WD 1b which encountered a water loss zone had the water loss zone exist in a region with relatively lower resistivity than in the well WD-1a which did not encounter a water loss zone. The region in which the water loss zone was encountered existed in a very steep slope region going from the high resistivity region in the west side toward the low resistivity region in the east side. This fact suggests a possibility that fractures have developed in this region with sharp slope in the resistivity in this area. Adding three-dimensional complementary function to the GEOBASE database by using a simple Kriging allowed the direction of anisotropy in spatial data to be freely and quickly decided. It was learned that this capability exhibits strong power in a mapping work in structures where such anisotropy as a geothermal zone is highly dominant. 5 refs., 8 figs., 2 tabs.

  13. Characteristic analysis of turbulent heat diffusion in a multi-compartment structure; Takukakuka kukan kozo ni okeru ranryunetsu kakusan gensho no kaiseki

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    Hu, C.; Fukuchi, N. [Kyushu University, Fukuoka (Japan). Faculty of Engineering

    1997-10-01

    An analysis was made on turbulent heat diffusion in a multi-compartment structure necessary for designing calorific power and environment for functional systems used in marine vessels and off-shore structures. In a multi-compartment structure, the diffusion phenomenon is complex because of movement of air flow in turbulence and buoyancy resulted from non-isothermal condition. The phenomenon is largely affected by space shapes and walls, and the conditions in heat diffusion field is governed also by shapes of opening connecting the compartments. An analysis was made by using the SIMPLE method on turbulent heat diffusion in a multi-compartment space with high Raleigh number in which natural convection is dominant. If the opening is small, the Coanda effect appears, in which air flow passing through the opening rises along the wall, wherein a high-temperature layer is formed near the ceiling, making the heat diffusion inactive. If the opening is large, a jetting flow from the opening and a large circulating flow are created, which cause active advection mixture, making temperature gradient smaller in the upper layer. Heat transfer intensity in an opening on a partition wall decays in proportion with 1/4th power of the opening ratio. 7 refs., 11 figs.

  14. Fundamental analysis of thermally regenerative fuel cell utilizing solar heat; Taiyonetsu wo riyosuru netsu saiseigata nenryo denchi no kiso tokusei no kaiseki

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    Ando, Y.; Tanaka, T.; Takashima, T.; Doi, T. [Electrotechnical Laboratory, Tsukuba (Japan); Aosawa, T.; Kogoshi, S. [Science University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan)

    1997-11-25

    Study was made on a thermally regenerative fuel cell using solar heat. The thermally regenerative fuel cell was devised which is composed of 2-propanol liquid-phase endothermic dehydrogenation at nearly 100degC, and acetone liquid- phase exothermic hydrogenation at nearly 30degC as reverse reaction. This low-temperature dehydrogenation can relatively easily utilize a flat solar heat concentrator. 2-propanol dehydrogenation generates acetone and hydrogen. Generated acetone generates electric power in hydrogenation, generating propanol. This propanol regenerates acetone and hydrogen in dehydrogenation. The activity of Ru and Pt composite catalyst was considerably higher than that of Ru or Pt single catalyst. The activity was also higher in carbon felt or carbon cloth carrier than carbon plate carrier. The open circuit voltage of the fuel cell was estimated to be 110-120mV, nearly consisting with theoretical values. Short circuit current was also estimated to be 9-11mA, suggesting reduction of its internal resistance as an important subject. 4 refs., 5 figs., 2 tabs.

  15. Effects of small amount of impurities on etching for silicon diaphragm formation; Silicon diaphragm etching kako ni oyobosu gokubiryo fujunbutsu no eikyo kaiseki

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    Tanaka, H.; Abe, Y.; Yoneyama, T.; Ishikawa, J.; Takenaka, O. [Denso Corp., Aichi (Japan); Inoue, K. [Toyota Central Research and Development Labs., Inc., Aichi (Japan)

    1998-05-01

    Since semiconductor pressure sensors play a role of judging the intake pressure of engine for fuel injection control of the EFI system, they are indispensable parts of automobiles. Pressure is measured by electrically detecting the deflection of diaphragm formed on a silicon tip. The silicon diaphragm is processed through the silicon anisotropic etching technique by utilizing the dependency of the etching rate on the orientation of crystal plane. Since the characteristics of sensors are affected by the change in size of diaphragm formed on the tip and roughness of its surface due to the change in the degree of deflection, the control of processing accuracy is essential. From the etching in KOH aqueous solution, it was found that the etching was affected by small amount of impurities, such as ppb-level Pb and Cu. Effects of Pb and Cu were discussed using the oxidation-reduction potential between hydrogen generated during etching and Pb/Cu. The etching rate change, formation of rough surface by the small amount of impurities, and the anisotropy of chrystal plane are to be investigated in the future. 4 refs., 10 figs., 2 tabs.

  16. Clarification of interactions among microorganisms and development of co-culture system; Biseibutsukan sokosayo no kaiseki to kongo baiyo shisutemu no kaihatsu

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    Taniguchi, Masayuki [Niigata University, Niigata (Japan). Dept. of Materials Science and Technology

    1999-03-10

    Co-culture systems containing two microorganisms for production of useful substances are described. The co-culture of Bifidobacterium longum and Propionibacterium freudenreichii, where lactic acid produced once from lactose by B. longum is converted to acetic and propionic acids by P. freudenreichii, was carried out. Thought the sequential conversion of lactose using the two microorganisms, the culture supernatant containing a mixture of acetic and propionic acids without lactic acid is produced. The antimicrobial activity of the mixture is higher than that obtained in the cultivation of B. longum alone. We developed a novel co-culture system composed of two fermentors and two micro filtration modules for efficient ethanol production from a mixture of glucose and xylose by co-culture of Pichia stipitis and Saccharomyces cerevisiae. The proposed co-culture system allowed regulation of the dissolved oxygen concentration at a level suitable for an individual yeast in each fermentor, as well as the successful exchange of culture medium between two fermentors. When P. stipitis and S. cerevisiae are cultivated individually under different oxygen supply conditions in the new co-culture system, the yield and productivity of ethanol from a glucose and xylose mixture are higher than in single culture of P. stipitis alone. By clarifying the interactions among microorganisms, new bioprocesses in which similar performance to co-culture systems is expressed even using a single microorganism, are expected to be developed for improvement of biochemical reaction systems. (author)

  17. Analysis of the membrane fouling on cross-flow ultrafiltration and microfiltration of soy sauce lees; Shoyuhiireden no kurosuforo roka ni okeru fauringu no kaiseki

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    Furukakwa, T. [Kikkoman Corporation, Chiba (Japan); Kobayashi, H.; Kokubo, K.; Watanabe, A. [Niigata University, Niigata (Japan). Graduate School of Science and Technology

    2000-05-10

    Although since the 1980's Japanese soy sauce manufactures have developed cross-flow membrane filtration systems to recover soy sauce from its lees, the mechanisms by which the membrane fouls during filtration have not been theoretically discussed. Calculated flux declines using a theoretical equation developed for cross-flow cake filtration were compared against experimental results involving the filtration of soy sauce lees using polysulfone ultrafiltration and micro filtration membranes. Membrane fouling due to the deposition and intrusion of soy sauce lees was evaluated from the hydraulic resistances of the membrane and the cake layer. Calculated flux declines with time agree with the experimental results. Specific resistance of the cake layer which is an adjustable parameter of the equation, decreases with increasing cross-flow velocity. Hydraulic resistance exhibited by the membranes is independent of feed flow velocity. However, the resistance of the cake layers decreases with increasing cross-flow velocity. This corresponds to the steady-state flux increase. In conclusion, the main cause of fouling in the filtration of soy sauce lees is cake layer formation. By using the cake filtration model for cross-flow, the flux decline with time during the filtration is capable of being predicted. (author)

  18. Development of GIS for feasibility study on effective use of sewage heat; Gesui netsu yuko riyo kanosei kaiseki tsuru toshite no GIS no kaihatsu

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    Ichinose, T. [National Inst. for Environmental Studies, Tsukuba (Japan); Kawahara, H. [Fujitsu Facom Information Processing Corp., Tokyo (Japan); Hanaki, K. [Univ. of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan)] Matsuo, T. [Univ.of Tokyo (Japan). Graduate School

    1996-11-22

    Water and energy in addition to matter such as products and materials from outside flowed into the urban areas, and waste, sewage, the exhausted gas and the waste heat were released into the environment as a result of the urban action. This process is called the urban metabolism analogous to the metabolism of living things. Reducing loads to environment in the urban action is nothing but to optimize the urban metabolism structures. In this study, concerning districts of the heat supply facilities to effectively reuse the heat energy obtained from sewage being a representative unused energy in urban areas, GIS was developed for conducting the analysis on the spatial conformity to reuse the waste heat in the work of head demand and heat supply. The feasibility investigation on the effective use of the sewage heat was carried out as objective examples of 23 districts in Tokyo by using this method. It was confirmed that the relationship between heat demand and supply and the amount of usable heat depended on the land use in the district. 10 refs., 12 figs., 2 tabs.

  19. Observations and analysis of free groundwater levels and groundwater pressure in landslide slopes. Jisuberi shamen no jiyu chikasuii, chikasuiatsu no kansoku to kaiseki ni tsuite

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    Yoshida, S.; Nakano, T. (Niigata Univ., Niigata (Japan). Faculty of Agriculture); Inaba, K. (Niigata Univ., Niigata (Japan). Graduate School); Sato, O. (Niigata Univ., Niigata (Japan))

    1991-12-25

    It is well known that the landslides in Tertiary systems abundantly found in Niigata Prefecture, etc., frequently occur especially in the snow melting season or the heavy rain season. For studying the occurrence of such landslides, exploration of the actual condition of groundwater and evaluation of the strength of earth are very important even when the landslide occurring mechanism can be presumed in a relatively simple way about the soil mechanics. Therefore, great importance is attached to the observation and investigation on the groundwater level and pressure at landslide sites and stability analyses have been actively performed. However, it is considered that several fundamental problems still exist in the method for estimating the groundwater level and pressure in landslide slopes from the observation method and data on groundwater levels and pressure (pore pressure). In this paper, these fundamental problems are examined on the basis of concrete observations made by the writers on landslide slopes at Matunoyamagoe and Higashimusikame landslide sites in Niigata Prefecture for the past several years. 6 ref., 6 figs., 2 tabs.

  20. Measurement and analysis of electromagnetic pulses radiated from a charged copper pipe. Taidendo pipe kara hoshasareru denji pulse no sokutei to kaiseki

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    Masugi, M.; Murakawa, K.; Kuwabara, N.; Amemiya, F. (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp., Tokyo (Japan))

    1992-12-20

    The purpose of this paper is to clarify the characteristics of electromagnetic wave accompanied with the electrostatic discharge. Experimental and analytical results on electromagnetic pulses radiated from a charged copper pipe are described. The electromagnetic pulses radiated from the copper pipe were measured by using electromagnetic field measuring antennas, such as loop antenna, biconical antenna, and double ridged guide antenna. Electromagnetic energy of the electromagnetic pulses was analyzed by integrating energy spectrums of three frequency domains of 1 to 30MHz, 30 to 300MHz, and 300 to 750MHz. Consequently, it was found that the radiated electromagnetic energy by discharge does not always increase in proportion to charging voltage. In addition, it was shown that high speed touch discharges by charging voltage of 7 or 10kV increase electromagnetic energy especially in the frequency region of 300 to 750MHz. 13 refs., 10 figs., 1 tab.

  1. Analysis of magnetic anomaly of Minami-Kayabe airborne EM-magnetic survey; Minamikayabe kuchu denji jiki chosa no jiki ijo kaiseki

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    Murakami, Y. [Geological Survey of Japan, Tokyo (Japan)

    1994-10-01

    This paper reports the result of analyzing the magnetic data obtained from airborne electromagnetic-magnetic survey over the Minami-Kayabe area in Hokkaido, Japan. In the survey (with a traverse line length of about 8 km, a traverse line interval of about 200 m, and 49 traverse lines), the data were recorded on a bird mounted with a whole magnetometer towed by a helicopter envelopingly flying at a low height over the survey area. The paper presents the following data: distribution chart and frequency distribution of the whole measured magnetic force anomaly (remainder of standard earth magnetic field subtracted from the whole measured magnetic force), with the survey scope divided into grids of an interval of 50 meters in the east-west and south-north directions and the whole theoretical magnetic force anomaly (calculated as if a topography is magnetized evenly in the earth magnetic field direction); a correlation chart for the whole data of both anomalies (that shows basically a positive correlation); a distribution chart and a frequency distribution of the correlation coefficient in a window of 1 km {times} 1 km; and a distribution chart of the regression coefficient in the same window (that provides valuable information relating to magnetization distribution of rocks) and a frequency distribution. 1 ref., 13 figs.

  2. Habitat analysis of Luciola lateralis especially around Yatoda, terraced paddy field in the narrow valley; Yatoda wo chushin to suru heikebotaru no seisoku kankyo no kaiseki

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    Shibue, K. [Chiba University, Chiba (Japan); Oba, N. [Yokosuka City Museum, Kanagawa (Japan); Fujii, E. [Chiba University, Chiba (Japan). Faculty of Horticulture

    1996-04-10

    In order to learn the relationship between diversity in organisms living in wet lands and the environmental factors that support the organisms, an analysis was made on living environment for Luciola lateralis around Yatoda (terraced paddy field in the narrow valley, the Yato). The environment is composed of two types of geography: type I, a steep topography on the whole, in which trees grow thickly, widths of the valleys embracing swamplands (Yato) are narrow, soils are dry, and height of water level above paths between rice fields is high; and type II, a topography open on the whole, in which Yatos have greater width, soils are moister, and height of water level above the paths is lower. The firefly population has decreased as the Yato rice fields have been abandoned. This signifies that artificial disturbance of the environment at an adequate degree, such as continuation of rice field cultivation, offers a stable living environment for fireflies. Preservation of farming village environment as a whole including land utilization for rice fields, existence of woods on the mountain slopes and water channels has close relation with maintenance of firefly population density. Fireflies have been verified hitherto of their living in various environments, which has been regarded impossible to be determined impartially. The present study has elucidated two types of living environments acceptable for fireflies, and analysis was made on the qualitative phenomena that have been observed so far. 24 refs., 4 figs., 2 tabs.

  3. Analysis of the pressure response of high angle multiple (HAM) fractures intersecting a welbore; Kokeisha multi fracture (HAM) kosei ni okeru atsuryoku oto kaiseki ni tsuite

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    Ujo, S.; Osato, K. [Geothermal Energy Research and Development Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan); Arihara, N. [Waseda University, Tokyo (Japan); Schroeder, R.

    1996-05-01

    This paper reports pressure response analysis on wells piercing a high angle multi (HAM) fracture model. In this model which is defined on a three-dimensional space, a plurality of slanted fractures intersect with wells at high angles (however, intersection of fractures with each other is not considered). With respect to the pressure response analysis method using this model, the paper presents a basic differential equation on pressure drawdown and boundary conditions in the wells taking flows in the fractures pseudo-linear, as well as external boundary conditions in calculation regions (a reservoir spreads to an infinite distance, and its top and bottom are closed by non-water permeating beds). The paper also indicates that results of calculating a single vertical fracture model and a slanted fracture model by using a numerical computation program (MULFRAC) based on the above equations agree well respectively with the existing calculation results (calculations performed by Erlougher and Cinco et al). 5 refs., 6 figs.

  4. Flow characteristic of Hijiori HDR reservoir from circulation test in 1991; Koon tantai Hijiori jikkenjo ni okeru senbu choryuso shiken (1991 nendo) kekka to ryudo kaiseki

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    Shiga, T.; Hyodo, M.; Shinohara, N.; Takasugi, S. [Geothermal Energy Research and Development Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan)

    1996-05-01

    This paper reports one example of flow analyses on a circulation test carried out in fiscal 1991 at the Hijiori hot dry rock experimental field (Yamagata Prefecture). A fluid circulation model was proposed to simulate an HDR circulation system for a shallow reservoir (at a depth of about 1800 m) demonstrated in the circulation test by using an electric circuit network (which expresses continuity impedance in resistance and fluid storage in capacitance). Storage capacity of the reservoir was estimated by deriving time constant of the system from data of time-based change in reservoir pressure associated with transition phenomena during the circulation test. The storage capacity was estimated separately by dividing change of storage in the reservoir by change in the reservoir pressure. To derive the storage in the reservoir, a method to calculate non-recovered flows in the circulation test was utilized. The results of evaluating the reservoir capacity in the shallow reservoir using the above two independent methods were found substantially consistent. 3 refs., 6 figs., 1 tab.

  5. Flow characteristics of Hijiori HDR reservoir form circulation test in 1995; Koon tantai Hijiori jikkenjo ni okeru shinbu choryuso yobi junkan shiken (1995 nendo) kekka to ryudo kaiseki

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    Fukushima, N.; Hyodo, M.; Shinohara, N.; Takasugi, S. [Geothermal Energy Research and Development Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan)

    1996-05-01

    This paper reports the result of a preliminary circulation test conducted in fiscal 1995 on a deep reservoir (at a depth of about 2200 m) in the Hijiori hot dry rock experimental field. One water injection well and two production wells were drilled to constitute a circulation loop, to which the circulation test was performed to investigate the flow characteristics thereof. The result revealed the following matters: total amount of injected water of 51500 m{sup 3} resulted in a total fluid recovery rate of about 40%; as a result of well stimulation given twice during the initial stage of the water injection, the continuity impedance in the vicinity of the injection well decreased largely (however, the continuity improvement upon the second attempt was considerably inferior to that from the first attempt); and increase in the water injection amount does not necessarily lead to increase in the production amount. The paper describes additionally that it is extremely difficult to interpret non-linearity between the injection and production amounts by using a model prepared previously with a main objective to analyze the Hijiori HDR circulation system. 1 ref., 9 figs., 1 tab.

  6. Evaluation stationariness of triaxial seismic while drilling and detection of reflected wave; Kosei kussaku ni tomonau danseiha no sanjiku kaiseki ni yoru hiteijo hyoka to hanshaha no kenshutsu

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    Yoshida, T.; Asanuma, H.; Niitsuma, H. [Tohoku University, Sendai (Japan). Faculty of Engineering

    1996-05-01

    This paper reports a method to detect reflected wave components contained in an elastic wave caused in association with well drilling. Measurement was made on an elastic wave caused in association with well drilling in an experimental field by using a triaxial elastic wave detector disposed in a measurement well. Analyzing the particle motion tracks in the derived elastic wave signals (to derive the main axial direction of a three-dimensional hologram) revealed that oscillation direction of the signals changes non-steadily by time centering around the S-wave oscillation direction. In addition, a sound source position was estimated during the drilling. Existence probability of the S-wave signal in the non-steady continuous signals was estimated by handling the particle motion tracks stochastically. In addition, this existence probability was used as a weighting function for a correlative analysis to detect a reflected wave from directly reaching wave components in the non-steady continuous signals. Thus, improvement in reliability of reflected wave detection was attempted. Effectiveness of this method was endorsed by the field data. 3 refs., 7 figs.

  7. Seismic refraction analysis with high accuracy based on traveltime modeling; Basu keisan wo base to shita kussekiho jishin tansa kaiseki no koseidoka

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    Saito, H.; Hayashi, K. [OYO Corp., Tokyo (Japan)

    1996-05-01

    For the purpose of enhancing the efficiency of analytical processes so that those not equipped with high skill may perform a certain level of analysis and that analysis precision may be improved, some analytical techniques based on path calculation were examined. As the result, a flow of work has become feasible, wherein an early model is constructed by use of a tomography-assisted analysis to be accomplished automatedly and the result is then converted into a layer system with the velocity and thickness to be automatically corrected for the determination of the ultimate velocity layer section. Following this flow of work, almost all the parts of the work may be accomplished automatically once the travel time curve is completed. Furthermore, the calculated travel time obtained by this method can be easily compared with the observed travel time creating an opportunity to show the high reliability of this method, for this to be accepted as a standard for evaluating the accuracy of exploration. It has also been found that this method may be applied to more complicated structures which fail to satisfy the conditions for a structure to be treated by other methods such as `Hagiwara`s method.` 3 refs., 5 figs.

  8. Development of multi-frequency array induction logging (MAIL) tool. 3; Multi shuhasu array gata induction kenso tool (MAIL) no kaihatsu (genchi shiken data no ichijigen kaiseki). 3

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    Sato, T.; Osato, K.; Takasugi, S. [Geothermal Energy Research and Development Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan); Uchida, T. [New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, Tokyo, (Japan)

    1996-05-01

    A field test was carried out in 1995 on a deep-seated geothermal investigation and reduction well WDR (in Kakkonda, Shizuku-ishi, Iwate Prefecture) by utilizing a multi-frequency array induction logging tool which is under development by NEDO. This paper reports results of analyzing the acquired data. With the WDR wells, an investigation has been conducted to a drilling depth of 330 m. Three frequencies in a range from 3 to 24 kHz provided relatively good data, but data with 42 kHz had poor quality that cannot be utilized for the analysis. Precise device calibration is difficult on data acquired from three array type vertical component magnetometers (the difficulty may be due to a signal line from a transmitter passing on the magnetometer side). Because of this difficulty, analysis using one-dimensional inversion program was performed by using ratio of the amplitude for each frequency and phase difference as input data. The analysis allowed to have derived a result that corresponds to the ground bed structure. 5 refs., 8 figs., 3 tabs.

  9. Subsurface interpretation based on geophysical data set using geothermal database system `GEOBASE`; Chinetsu database system `GEOBASE` wo riyoshita Kakkonda chinetsu chiiki no chika kozo kaiseki

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    Osato, K.; Sato, T.; Miura, Y.; Yamane, K. [Geothermal Energy Research and Development Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan); Doi, N. [Japan Metals and Chemicals Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan); Uchida, T. [New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization, Tokyo, (Japan)

    1996-05-01

    This paper reports application of a geothermal database system (GEOBASE) to analyzing subsurface structure in the Kakkonda geothermal area. Registered into the GEOBASE to analyze specific resistance structure in this area were depth information (well track and electric logging of existing wells), three-dimensional discretization data (two-dimensional analysis cross section using the MT method and distribution of micro-earthquake epicenters), and two-dimensional discretization data (altitude, and depth to top of the Kakkonda granite). The GEOBASE is capable of three-dimensional interpolation and three-dimensional indication respectively on the three-dimensional discretization data and the depth information table. The paper presents a depth compiling plan drawing for 2000 m below sea level and an SE-NE cross section compiling cross sectional drawing. The paper also indicates that the three-dimensional interpolation function of the GEOBASE renders comparison of spatial data capable of being done freely and quickly, thereby exhibiting power in the comprehensive analysis of this kind. 3 refs., 8 figs., 2 tabs.

  10. Development of the electromagnetic tomography system. Sensitivity study of anomalous body by model studies; EM tomography system no kaihatsu. Model kaiseki ni yoru ijotai no kando chosa kekka

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    Kumekawa, Y.; Miura, Y.; Takasugi, S. [Geothermal Energy Research and Development Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan); Arai, E. [Metal Mining Agency of Japan, Tokyo (Japan)

    1996-05-01

    An examination was made by a model analysis on sensitivity and the like against a resistive anomalous body, in connection with an electromagnetic tomography system with surface earthquake sources and underground receiver arrangements. A resistivity model was of a three-dimensional structure, and built with a 5 ohm{center_dot}m low resistivity anomalous body assembled in a 100 ohm{center_dot}m homogeneous medium. As a result of the examination, it was shown that the size limitation of an analyzable anomalous body was 50{times}50{times}20m at a frequency of 8 to 10kHz and that a system with high precision in a high frequency range was necessary. The examination of effects under a shallow anomalous body revealed, for example, that the fluctuation of a low frequency response was large compared with a deep anomalous body and that, where a second anomalous body existed under it, the effect also appeared with a surface earthquake source positioned in the opposite side from the anomalous body. The examination of effects under the three dimensional structure revealed, for example, that a remarkable change appeared in the data with the change in the inclined angle of the transmission line against the strike of the anomalous body. 4 refs., 7 figs.

  11. Strength analysis of a ferrite+bainite steel by AFM ultra-micro hardness tester; AFM chobisho katasa shiken ni yoru ferrite+bainite ko no kyodo kaiseki

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    Nagashima, N.; Miyahara, K.; Matsuoka, S.; Tsuzaki, K.; Hara, T.; Takahashi, T. [National Research Institute for Metals, Tsukuba (Japan)

    2000-12-01

    AFM ultra-micro hardness test, micro Vickers hardness test and TEM observation were conducted for a ferrite+bainite steel, which consists of bainite and polygonal ferrite. The results obtained are in the following. (1) AFM ultra-micro hardness tests show that nanoscopic hardness is 155 near the center of bainitic ferrite grain and increases closer to its boundary. Nanoscopic hardness is kept constant at 151 in the polygonal ferrite grain. (2) Micro-Vickers hardness tests show that macroscopic hardness is 251 and 147 for the bainite and polygonal ferrite regions, respectively. (3) TEM observations show that many carbides precipitated along the grain boundaries of bainitic ferrite and the dislocation density was almost same in both grains of bainitic and polygonal ferrite. It is suggested from the above results that the strengthening by grain boundaries is important in the bainitic ferrite and this strengthening effect is enhanced by carbides along grain boundaries. (author)

  12. Analytical model for frequency dependent AC transport current loss of YBCO conductor; YBCO hakumaku dotai no koryu tsuden sonshitsu shuhasu izonsei kaiseki moderu

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    Miyagi, D.; Tsukamoto, O. [Yokohama National University, Kanagawa (Japan)

    2000-05-29

    YBCO film with thickness of about 1 {mu}m on LaAlO{sub 3} single crystal substrate was grown and AC transport current loss was measured over 30-960 Hz. As the result, AC loss showed frequency dependence and Norris model could not explain this fact. Model in which normal conductive zone with cross section of 21 % was formed in outermost layer of wire, could explain frequency dependence of AC loss. (NEDO)

  13. Analysis of the interaction between microorganisms and development of the mixed culture system; Biseibutsu kan sogosayo no kaiseki to kongo baiyo shisutemu no kaihatsu

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    Taniguchi, Masayuki [Niigata University, Niigata (Japan)

    1999-04-05

    By mixed culture system using 2 kinds of microorganisms, example of experiment which produced useful compound was introduced. Lactobacillus bifidus and Propionibacteriaceae were cultured mixedly in order to get the preparation including the organic acid of which antibacterial activity is high. The lactic acid the lactose was once converted into acetic acid with the lactic acid in this mixed culture, and it had the high antibacterial activity further than got preparation with the culture of Lactobacillus bifidus independently more and more acetic acid propionic acid sequential transformation got. The new mixed culture system was developed in order to produce the ethanol from the mixture of xylose and glucose using Pichia stipitis Saccharomyces cerevisiae. By using this system, oxygen supply condition for being suitable for the yeast in each fermenter can be individually set, and again, it is culture solution 2 The interval of the fermentation kind of the mount was mutually able to be circulated. The ethanol could be produced in high yield and productivity in this mixed culture from the sugar mixture. Interaction and symbiosis between microorganisms are clarified, and by positively utilizing those results, it is necessary to develop the new and intelligent bioprocess which can demonstrate the function which will be similar to the mixed bacterial culture using the single microorganism in the future. (translated by NEDO)

  14. Development of newly engineering technology based on computer analysis for dust diffusion; Funjin kakusan kaiseki gijutsu wo kihon to shita atarashii engineering gijutsu no tenkai

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    Ishii, K.; Murahashi, Y.; Kawakami, H.; Tanaka, K. [Nippon Steel Corp., Tokyo (Japan)

    1997-07-30

    Nippon Steel has made a comprehensive survey of the space environment designing technology that can precisely cope with the needs required for a space in a plant in a very wide range from the ventilation problem in steel mill to the turbulence problem in semiconductor plant, through accomplishing the development of computer analysis technology for dust diffusion that can estimate and control `air flow` and `dust movement` in an electric angstrom [furnace plant]. This paper describes the basic concept for establishing the computer analysis technology for dust diffusion and the concrete measures to solve accompanying problems, and further enters into details how the new engineering technology has innovated technical measures to solve problems, the new engineering technology which introduces a concept of both estimation and control to attain objects such as to curtail the equipment cost and so by estimating the `air flow` and `dust movement` to create both a new flow and movement depending on needs. 3 refs., 20 figs., 8 tabs.

  15. Numerical simulation of thermal history for Czochralski growth of silicon single crytals. CZ ho ni yoru silicon tankessho seicho katei no netsurireki kaiseki

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    Fujioka, K.; Sugino, Y. (Hitachi, Ltd., Tokyo (Japan)); Nakayama, W. (Tokyo Institute of Tecnology, Tokyo (Japan). Faculty of Engineering)

    1992-10-25

    In order to reveal the effect of thermal parameters on the thermal history of crystals in Czochralski growth of silicon single crystals, the numerical simulation was conducted under conditions of 16-26 cm in crystal diameter and 0.1-0.5 in emissivity on a crucible inner wall. As a result, radiation from the crucible inner wall and melt free surface had great effect on crystal growth. The pull speed of crystals decreased and the concavity of a solid-melt interface into crystals increased with an increase in crystal diameter. As the emissivity on the crucible inner wall was reduced from 0.5 to 0.3, the pull speed of the crystal of 21 cm in diameter was equivalent to that of 16 cm. In addition, the analytical result well agreed with the pull speeds measured on production equipment, and the shape of the crystal-melt interface showed a tendency to qualitatively agree with observations by X-ray diffraction. 11 refs., 15 figs., 3 tabs.

  16. New finite element method for thermal fluid flows at high Reynolds numbers; Netsuido ni tomonau ranryu no kaiseki ni tekishita yugen yosoho ni kansuru kenkyu

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    Tanahashi, T.; Nakai, T. [Keio University, Tokyo (Japan). Faculty of Engineering

    1995-12-15

    Generally speaking, finite element methods in the computational fluid dynamics are universal, but not economical. In the present paper in order to overcome this defect ill FEM, we propose a new method using the discrete del operator which is a coordinate-free differential operator in the discrete space. This operator in the discrete space is defined as an element average of the gradient of the shape function and it has three characteristics such as orthogonality, identity and symmetricity. Furthermore the discrete del operator is useful in non-memorizing and in easy coding. As the analytical expression of the discrete del operator is a vector in the two or three dimensions, the natural description of programming becomes objective and compact, which is more understandable for non-specialists of CFD. Here we apply this method to thermal fluid flows at high Reynolds numbers. 10 refs., 5 figs., 1 tab.

  17. Theoretical study on composition of gas produced by coal gasification; Sekitan gas ka de seiseisuru gas no sosei ni kansuru kosatsu (HYCOL data no doteki kaiseki)

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    Kaiho, M.; Yasuda, H.; Kobayashi, M.; Yamada, O.; Soneda, Y.; Makino, M. [National Institute for Resources and Environment, Tsukuba (Japan)

    1996-10-28

    In relation to considerations on composition of gas produced by coal gasification, the HYCOL hydrogen generation process data were analyzed. From the fact that CO concentration (Y) decreases linearly with CO2 concentration (X), element balance of gasification of reacted coal was used to introduce a reaction analysis equation. The equation includes a term of oxygen excess {Delta}(amount of oxygen consumed for combustion of CO and H2 in excess of the theoretical amount), derived by subtracting the stoichiometric oxygen amount used to gasify coal into CO and H2 from the consumed oxygen amount. The {Delta} can be used as a reference to oxygen utilization efficiency. An equation for the {Delta} was introduced. Also introduced was a term for steam decomposition amount derived by subtracting the generated steam from the supplied steam. These terms may be used as a clue to permeate into the gasifying reaction process. This suggestion was discussed by applying the terms to gas composition value during operation. According to the HYCOL analysis, when a gasification furnace is operated at higher than the reference oxygen amount, coal supply variation is directly reflected to the combustion reaction, making the {Delta} distribution larger. In an inverse case, unreacted carbon remains in the furnace due to oxygen shortage, and shift reaction may occur more easily even if oxygen/coal supply ratio varies. 6 figs., 1 ref.

  18. Seismic tomography analysis using finite differential calculation of the eikonal equation and reciplocal principle; Eikonal equation no sabunkaiho to sohan genri wo riyoshita danseiha tomography kaiseki

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    Fujimoto, M.; Ashida, Y.; Watanabe, T.; Sassa, K. [Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan)

    1996-10-01

    This paper describes the seismic tomography analysis of underground structures using finite differential calculation (FDC) and a reciprocal principle which points out that a propagation path is constant even if a source and receiver are exchanged with each other. Tomography analysis generally determines a ray length across each underground cell structure by ray tracing method to modify each cell slowness (inverse of velocity). Travel time field was determined by FDC of eikonal equation among ray tracing methods, and a wave propagation path was determined by reciprocity of elastic wave to carry out inversion. In conventional methods, since a wave length is assumed to be infinitesimal by ray theory, false modified slowness structures frequently appears depending on the density of a ray. Wave propagates in a certain width, and is affected by environment. The slowness was thus modified on the basis of the wave propagation path with a certain width by using not ray-tracing but reciprocity. By this modification, false structures were hardly found under a fine grid, and several propagation paths could be considered. 6 refs., 9 figs.

  19. Stability of sheet pile supported excavations through the seepage failure analysis; Yaita ni shijisareta howa sashitsu jiban no shinto hakai oyobi kussaku antei kaiseki

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    Kodaka, T. [Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan); Takaine, T. [Asanuma Corp., Osaka (Japan); Asaoka, A. [Nagoya University, Nagoya (Japan)

    1998-06-21

    The stability of sheet pile supported excavation in a sandy ground is studied using a technique that deals with soil pressure and seepage simultaneously. In the study, a seepage failure experiment is conducted using a model ground provided with self-sustained sheet piles for the investigation of relationship between seepage and the stability of ground being excavated. Next, an excavation stability analysis is conducted on support piles linked to the field of seepage, for which a rigid plastic finite element method in which three linear constraints are added to the field of velocity is operated, the three constraints being `constant distance, `constant angle,` and `constant relative position.` The findings are outlined below. A comparison is made between a case with movable sheath piles and a case with immovable sheath piles in terms of critical water level in a horizontal ground. The critical water level in the case with movable sheath piles is 1/2 that in the case with immovable sheath piles under completely drained conditions and is as low as 1/5 that under utterly undrained conditions. A comparison is made between the above-said two cases in terms of critical excavation depth into the ground. Again, the critical excavation depth in the case with movable sheath piles is 1/2 that in the case with immovable sheath piles under completely drained conditions and is as low as 1/5 that under utterly undrained conditions. 6 refs., 18 figs., 6 refs.

  20. Numerical modeling of historical change of volcanic heat sources: Numerical modeling of heat and mass transport up to 1000 degree C; Kazansei netsugen no keiji henka no shumyureshon kaiseki: 1000 degree C madeno netsu{center{underscore}dot}ryutai shumyureshon kaiseki

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    Hanano, Mineyuki [JMC Geothermal Engineering Corp., Iwate (Japan)

    1998-12-01

    Temperature structure and its historical change around volcanos has been of interest for volcanology, geothermal development, etc. Magmatic intrusives have temperatures ranging from 700 to 850 degree C. Thus, there exists super-critical fluid around them. Numerical modeling of temperature changes around young volcanos and their heat sources thus requires treatment of the super-critical fluid. We describe one method for effective treatment of the super-critical fluid in the numerical modeling of porous media for the purpose of solving large-scale high-temperature problems of such phenomena. (author)

  1. Numerical method to calculate flow-induced vibration in turbulent flow. 3rd Report. Analysis of vortex-induced vibration in an array of elastically supported tubes; Ranryuba ni okeru ryutai kozotai rensei shindo kaiseki shuho no kaihatsu. 3. Kangun ni okeru uzu reiki shindo kaiseki

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    Sadaoka, N.; Umegaki, K. [Hitachi, Ltd., Tokyo (Japan)

    1996-01-25

    A vortex-induced vibration of an array of elastically supported tubes is simulated in two-dimension by using a flow-induced vibration analysis program, which was developed in order to evaluate flow-induced vibration in various components such as heat exchangers. From a comparison of calculated results and experimental data, the following points are observed. (1) For the calculated results in a 5 {times} 5 square array, the flow pattern surrounding the first-row tubes is markedly different from that observed in the second-row or third-row tubes. This flow pattern is the same as that obtained from the experiment. (2) All tubes begin to oscillate due to unsteady fluid force and the oscillating mode is different for each row of tubes. These oscillation patterns show the same tendency in the experiments and it is concluded that the developed method can simulate vortex-induced vibration in an array of elastically supported tubes. 19 refs., 10 figs., 1 tab.

  2. Report for fiscal 1981 on comprehensive survey for nationwide geothermal resources. Survey on radar imaging method - geothermal conception design (Associated material 3 - materials related to U.S. geothermal analysis contractors and consultants); 1981 nendo zenkoku chinetsu shigen sogo chosa hokokusho. Radar eizoho chosa (chinetsu kaiseki gainen sekkei futai shiryo 3 (Beikoku chinetsu kaiseki contractor oyobi consultant kankei shiryo))

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    1982-10-01

    This paper summarizes the U.S. geothermal analysis contractors, including the Aero Service Corporation, the EG and G Group, the QEB Group, and the Republic Geothermal, Inc., and the consultants, including the Remote Sensing Consultants. For the Aero Service Corporation, the paper states histories of and books written by major personnel. For the EG and G Group, the paper states the outlines of such companies as EG and G Services, EG and G Geometrics, Mars Associates, Inc., and UURI, as well as histories of and books written by major personnel. For the QEB Group, the paper states the outlines of such companies as QEB, Inc., and Eureka Resource Associates, Inc. as well as histories of and books written by major personnel. For the Republic Geothermal, Inc., the paper states the company outline, histories of and books written by major personnel. For the Remote Sensing Consultants, the paper states the history of and books written by Dr. R.J.P.L. Lyon. (NEDO)

  3. Fiscal 1997 survey report. Investigational study on the cascade utilization of thermal energy (cold heat and hot heat) (feasibility study by the off-line system); 1997 nendo chosa hokokusho. Netsu energy (reinetsu to onnetsu) no cascade riyo ni kansuru chosa kenkyu (off-line hoshiki ni yoru feasibility study)

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    1998-03-01

    The paper studied a system to effectively use unused and low-grade thermal energy (cold heat and hot heat) in the Tokyo-Yokohama seaside area. For transportation of thermal energy, the batch transportation, that is, off-line system was discussed which uses insulated tank loaded barges and railroad freight trains. Thermal energy supply sources are 1) 0.3 million kW class thermal power plant, and 2) LNG storage base of 3 million ton/year class. Thermal energy users are Tokyo (Haneda) Airport D.H.C. (District Heating/Cooling Co.), MM 21 D.H.C. and Shin-Kawasaki D.H.C. The cold heat energy supplied to these three is about 1.5 million Mcal/daytimes300 days/year, and the hot heat energy supplied is about 1.33 million Mcal/daytimes150 days/year. Cold heat is obtained from seawater after the LNG vaporization, and hot heat from heat extracted from thermal turbine. Subcooled ice was selected for cold heat medium, and PCM-120A for hot heat medium. For batch transportation, an STL heat storage system is used which transports plastic capsules sealed with heat medium. Oil saving of 62,000 tons/year and CO2 reduction of about 53,000 tons/year can be expected. 85 figs., 98 tabs.

  4. Closed recirculating culture of scorpaenid fish and puffer fish. Examination of nitrogen-excretion rate, proper stocking density and optimum temperature, and rearing experiments; Junkan roka hoshiki ni yoru oniokoze oyobi torafugu yogyo gijutsu no kaihatsu. Chisso haishutsuryo, tekisei shuyo mitsudo, koteki suion no kaimei oyobi shiiku shiken

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    Furuta, T.; Kikuchi, K.; Iwata, N.; Honda, H. [Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Tokyo (Japan)

    1997-03-01

    Nitrogen excretion rate, proper stocking density, and optimum temperature for growth were examined on scorpaenid fish and puffer fish to establish closed recirculating culture techniques. Nitrogen excretion rate of scorpaenid fish about 5, 10 and 150 g in body weight was 20, 28 and 10 mg-N/100 g/day after feeding, respectively. Necessary volume of net filter medium to produce 1 kg of fish was estimated to be 1 liter. Growth rate and survival rate of fish were not affected by rearing density of 10 to 30 kg/m{sup 2}-bottom area of cage. The optimum temperature for the growth was 27degC regardless of development stage. Nitrogen excretion rate of puffer fish about 23 g in body weight was 60 mg-N/100 g/day after feeding. Necessary volume of net filter medium to produce 1 kg of fish was estimated to be 2 liters. Growth rate of fish was not affected by rearing density of 6 to 50 kg/m{sup 3}-volume of cage. However, a survival rate was slightly decreased as the rearing density increased. For the fish of 3 g in body weight, growth at 18degC was significantly inferior to those at 21, 24 and 27degC. For the fish of 54 g, growth at 25degC was superior to those at 15, 20 and 30degC. Survival rate of both sizes of fish was decreased as the temperature increased. 59 refs., 9 figs., 9 tabs.

  5. Miloš Forman esitles kodumaal uut filmi

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    USAs töötav tšehhi päritolu režissöör esitles Karlovy Vary filmifestivalil oma filmi "Kasulik jalutuskäik", mis on Formani Praha rahvusteatris lavastatud J. Suchy ja J. Slitri muusikali filming

  6. Disease: H01267 [KEGG MEDICUS

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    Full Text Available /2) ... AUTHORS ... Suchi M, MacMullen CM, Thornton PS, Adzick NS, Ganguly A, Ruchelli ED, Stanley...in Invest 108:457-65 (2001) DOI:10.1172/JCI11294 ... PMID:9571255 (HHF6) ... AUTHORS ... Stanley CA, Lieu YK, Hsu B...auss L, Ganguly A, Katz LE, Stanley CA ... TITLE ... Familial leucine-sensitive hypoglycemia of infancy due to

  7. Investigation of transportation planning method for saving energy. Numerical model of commuting traffic flow based on population distribution in metropolitan area; Sho energy no tame no kotsu keikaku shuho no kento. Toshiken no jinko bunpu ni motozuku tsukin tsugaku kotsuryu no suchi keisan model no kochiku

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    Sunaga, Y. [Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Tokyo (Japan)

    1996-08-01

    As a part of investigation of transportation planning method for saving energy, a numerical model of commuting traffic flow has been developed using population of cities and geographical data. This is a model of traffic flow based on the analogy between population and quantity of electricity. The working field of electric force is formed around a charge. When the population of cities is replaced by the quantity of charge and the direction of electric force is traced, adequate traffic routes connecting cities with large populations can be obtained. In addition, traffic flow distribution of individual commuting methods was calculated. It was assumed that the traffic flow is decided by attraction force dependent on daytime population of the central city and by influence proportional to the population of cities or towns along the traffic route. Shears of traffics were determined using multiple regression formula based on the traffic service factors in nine urban areas in Japan. The present method was applied to the Tokyo urban area and local core cities, which were compared with the actual number of commuting persons. The both were in good agreement each other. When an urban area is formed around a megalopolis, this model is applicable. 9 refs., 23 figs., 1 tab.

  8. Structural response analysis of very large floating structures in waves using one-dimensional finite element model; Ichijigen yugen yoso model ni yoru choogata futai no harochu kozo oto kaiseki

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    Fujikubo, M.; Yao, T.; Oida, H. [Hiroshima University, Hiroshima (Japan). Faculty of Engineering

    1996-12-31

    Formulation was made on a one-dimensional beam finite element which is effective in analyzing structural response of very large floating structures by modeling them on beams on an elastic foundation. This element allows strict solution of vibration response in the beams on the elastic foundation to be calculated efficiently for a case where mass and rigidity change in the longitudinal direction. This analysis method was used to analyze structural response of a large pontoon-type floating structure to investigate mass in the end part for the structural response and the effect of decay while passing the structure. With a pontoon-type floating structure, reduction in bends and bending stress in the end part of the floating structure is important in designing the structure. Reducing the mass in the end part is effective as a means to avoid resonance in these responses and reduce the responses. Increase in rigidity of a floating structure shifts the peak in quasi-static response to lower frequency side, and reduces response in resonance, hence it is advantageous for improving the response. Since incident waves decay while passing through the floating structure, response in the lower wave side decreases. The peak frequency in the quasi-static response also decreases at the end part of the structure in the upper wave side due to decay in wave force. 7 refs., 11 figs., 1 tab.

  9. Ultimate strength analysis of thin plated structures using eigen-functions. 3rd Report. Application to reliability analysis; Koyu kansu wo mochiita usuita kozobutsu no dansosei kaisekiho. 3. Shinraisei kaiseki eno oyo

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    Ueda, Y. [Osaka University, Osaka (Japan). Welding Research Institute; Masaoka, K.; Okada, H. [University of Osaka Prefecture, Osaka (Japan). Faculty of Engineering

    1996-12-31

    A reliability analysis was performed on ultimate strength of a hull by introducing reliability engineerings into the idealized structural unit method. Elements developed under the present study were applied to a model of an actual structure to indicate that even an analysis requiring much time under the finite element method can be performed in a short time and at high accuracy when this method is used. Analysis acted with bending moment and shear force simultaneously was performed on a model used as a structure in experiments carried out by Nishihara, assuming pure bending moment and longitudinal strength during slamming. Then, a reliability analysis was conducted on the same model based on this analysis method to investigate the ultimate strength. In an analysis of an ultimate strength when bending and shearing that assume slamming act upon simultaneously, axial force in the hull side decreases as loading increases, wherein how the shearing force increases can be identified clearly. Although existence of initial bends reduces the strength, the effect of variance in the vicinity of the average value on the reliability is rather small, while the effect due to variance in yield stress is greater. 27 refs., 14 figs., 4 tabs.

  10. Fiscal 1997 research report on the data collection, evaluation and analysis in the PV power generation field test project for public facilities; 1997 nendo kokyo shisetsu nado yo taiyoko hatsuden field test jigyo ni okeru shushu data hyoka kaiseki

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    1998-03-01

    As a part of the field test project for diffusing PV power generation into public facilities generally, evaluation and analysis were made on the collected data from 105 sites installed during fiscal 1993-1996. Analysis of operation characteristics was made by using parameters obtained by developing a basic equation for every component. 94% of all the sites fell under the total solar irradiation of 3.0- 4.5kWh/m{sup 2}/D. 83% of those fell under the equivalent array operation time of 2.5-4.0h/D. 70% of those fell under the equivalent system operation time of 2.5-3.5h/D. 72% of those fell under the system operation time of 9.0-12.0h/D. 78% of those fell under the effective inverter efficiency of 0.84- 0.96. 68% of those fell under the inverter load factor of 0.25-0.35. 85% of those fell under the array performance ratio of 0.7-1.0. 83% of those fell under the system performance ratio of 0.6-0.9. The generation cost decreased from 270yen/kWh in 1993 to 100yen/kWh in 1996 because reduction of an installation cost largely contributed to reduction of the total cost. (NEDO)

  11. FY 1998 report on the comprehensive analysis in the geothermal development promotion survey. Tertiary. No.C-3 Akinomiya area; 1998 nendo chinetsu kaihatsu sokushin chosa sogo kaiseki hokokusho. No.C-3 Akinomiya chiiki (Dai 3 ji)

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    2000-01-01

    The geothermal development promotion survey was conducted in the Akinomiya area, Ogachi county, Akita prefecture, and the FY 1998 results were summed up. In the surface survey, geology/electromagnetism/precision gravity survey was made as supplementary survey, and re-analysis of 3D models was made. In the well survey, three wells of N10-AY-6 to N10-AY-8 were drilled to conduct the core examination, temperature/pressure logging, sampler logging, short-term jetting test, etc. Also conducted were the reservoir evaluation, environmental effect survey, etc. by pressure monitoring and water level observation. The results of the comprehensive analysis predict the following. In the Akinomiya area, there exists heat source in deep parts around Mt. Yamabushi-dake and Mt. Takamatsu-dake; Being given heat from this heat source, rocks, ground water and volcanic gas react on each other to form geothermal fluids. It is presumed that high temperature geothermal reservoirs exist in the east of the area. Moreover, the pressure distribution indicates that the Akinomiya reservoir and Wasabizawa reservoir can be a chain hydraulically. On the other hand, the west of the area is the low temperature and heat conductive area, and therefore, there seem to be no high temperature fluids there. (NEDO)

  12. Development of the EM tomography system. Part 2. Sensitivity studies of anomalous body by model studies; EM tomography system no kaihatsu. 2. Model kaiseki ni yoru ijotai no kando chosa kekka

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    Kumekawa, Y.; Miura, Y.; Takasugi, S. [GERD Geothermal Energy Research and Development Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan); Arai, E. [Metal Mining Agency of Japan, Tokyo (Japan)

    1997-05-27

    A model analysis was used to investigate sensitivity of a two-dimensional structure on a resistivity anomalous body by using an electromagnetic tomography system. The resistivity model handled a three-dimensional structure. The model was prepared as a pseudo two-dimensional model in which a low resistivity anomalous body with 1 ohm-m was incorporated that has a basic length of 1000 m in the Y-direction in a homogenous medium having 100 ohm-m. As a result of the analysis, the following matters were elucidated: if a low resistivity anomalous body is present in a shallow subsurface, its impact starts appearing from lower frequencies than when the anomalous body exists only at a greater depth; if a high resistivity anomalous body exists, the detection sensitivity is lower than for the low resistivity anomalous body, but the analysis would be possible by using the phase because the phase has made a greater change; the source TxZ shows a change from lower frequencies than for the source TxX, and the amount of change is greater, hence the detection sensitivity on an anomalous body may be said higher with the source TxZ; however, for the anomalous body in shallow subsurface, the source TxX is more effective since it is not subjected to a too great impact at a greater depth. 5 refs., 7 figs.

  13. 2D inversion results and interpretation of CSAMT data in the Itaya prospect, Northern Honshu, Japan; Tohoku nanbu chiiki Itaya chiku ni okeru CSAMT ho nijigen kaiseki kekka to sono kaishaku

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    Yoshioka, K.; Hishida, H.; Katayama, H. [Metal Mining Agency of Japan, Tokyo (Japan); Takakura, S. [Geological Survey of Japan, Tsukuba (Japan)

    1997-05-27

    A two-dimensional analysis was carried out on electric exploration data obtained by using the CSAMT method in the Itaya prospect in the southern part of the Tohoku region in Japan. Considerations were given on mine exploration targets. Gold produced in this area is contained in stockwork or vein deposited quartz in silicified hydrothermal breccia. Therefore, the exploration targets are silicified rocks that show high resistivity. The field investigation using the CSAMT method was conducted by installing a dipole source of about 1.9 km as a transmission source at a location about 6 km apart from the investigation area, and by measuring transmission currents from 8 to 10A and ten frequencies from 4 to 2048 Hz. The two-dimensional analysis was performed by using programs of a forward calculation that used a finite element method and of an inversion calculation that used a least-squares method. Analysis utilizing resistivity of the boring cores made minimizing RMS misfit possible. As a result, estimations were made on distribution of silicification and claying alteration from the detailed resistivity distribution around the Itaya mine. 5 ref., 8 figs.

  14. Considerations on FEM modeling in analyzing buckling and plastic collapse of a detection control; Boto panel no zakutsu sosei hokai kaiseki ni okeru FEM model ka ni kansuru kosatsu

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    Yao, T.; Fujikubo, M.; Yanagihara, D.; Irisawa, M. [Hiroshima University, Hiroshima (Japan). Faculty of Engineering

    1997-10-01

    Buckling and plastic collapse of upper decks and bottom outer plates of a hull results directly in longitudinal bending collapse of the hull. Therefore, discussions were given on analysis for pressure destruction strength of a detection control panel which assumes an upper deck and a bottom outer plate. Pressure destruction behavior of the panting panel is a complex phenomenon accompanying non-linearity and geometrical non-linearity of the materials. Its whole phenomenon may be analyzed by using the finite element method (FEM) as a principle, but the analysis is not efficient. Therefore, considerations were given in relation to modeling when using the FEM. The considerations were given on a panel attached with flat steel panting members with respect to the modeling scope which considers the buckling mode according to the aspect ratio of the panel partitioned by the deflection control members. If the local buckling mode of the panel is an even number wave mode in the longitudinal direction, a triple span model is required. A modeling scope for a case of being subjected to water pressure and in-plane compression was considered on a panel attached with angle-type steel members having non-symmetric cross section. In this case, a triple bay model is more preferable to reproduce the behavior under water pressure loading. 1 ref., 6 figs.

  15. Fiscal 1996 survey report. Data collection and evaluation analysis in the project on field tests on the fuel cell generation; 1996 nendo kenkyu hokokusho. Nenryo denchi hatsuden field test jigyo ni okeru data shuyaku oyobi hyoka kaiseki

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    1997-03-01

    The paper installed fuel cell power generation equipment experimentally at various facilities which are the final diffusion form of the new energy power generation, conducted long-term operation under the actual load, collected/analyzed various data, arranged them as data useful for full scale introduction/diffusion, aiming at forming the base for general diffusion of the fuel cell power generation. The number of the systems installed for field test execution has been 24 places/28 units since the start of the project, and the system capacity totaled 4,250kW. The actual operation hours in five years are 6,000-28,000. In fiscal 1996, the average cumulative accumulated operational rate was approximately 68%, a little over that in fiscal 1995, 65%. The average load factor was 69% in fiscal 1995 and 70% in fiscal 1996. The utilization rate increased as a whole to about 57% on average if seeing only fiscal 1996, as compared with that in fiscal 1995, about 48%. The power generating efficiency was approximately 34% on average. As to the status of shutdown of the fuel cell power generation, the paper surveyed the average interval of failure, the rate of frequency of shutdown, the analysis of shutdown, etc. 250 figs., 29 tabs.

  16. Analysis of uniaxial behavior of an Fe-based shape memory alloy under cyclic thermomechanical loading; Netsu rikigakuteki kurikaeshi fuka no moto deno tetsuki keijo kioku gokin no tanjiku henkei/hentai kyodo kaiseki

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    Nishimura, F.; Watanabe, N.; Tanaka, K. [Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology, Tokyo (Japan)

    1997-08-15

    The thermomechanical hysteretic behavior of an Fe-based shape memory alloy is phenomenologically analyzed under cyclic uniaxial tensile and compressive loading. The shift of the stress-strain-temperature hysteresis loop, expressed by means of the evolution of the residual strain, is well explained by the theory with some internal variables. The accumulated perfect dislocations formed as a result of the interaction of martensite plates is one of the internal variables introduced here. The back stress is also employed as an internal variable to be the driving force for the shape recovery for the martensite plates. The simulations describe well the hysteretic behavior under the strain and stress-controlled cyclic thermomechanical loading; the shift of a loop, evolution of the residual strain and the change in transformation stress. 21 refs., 10 figs., 1 tab.

  17. Application of new analytical techniques to the order-disorder transformation in Ni-Mo alloys; Ni-Mo gokin no kisoku-fukisoku hentai ni okeru atarashii kozo kaiseki no kokoromi

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    Oki, K.; Hata, S.; Kuwano, N. [Kyushu University, Fukuoka (Japan)

    1997-09-20

    This paper presents the analytical example of the ordering process of order-disorder transformation in Ni-Mo alloy using recent experimental techniques. Monte Carlo simulation clarified the fact that the ordering process in Ni4-Mo alloy is largely affected by short range interaction in the early stage of ordering, and forms D1a, D022 and Pt2Mo structure units with a similar atomic pair correlation. The ordering process is largely affected by long range interaction with an advance of ordering, and develops only D1a structure most stable in energy. In order to check the existence of SRO (short range order) structure obtained by Monte Carlo simulation, the analysis of high-resolution TEM images under SRO condition was carried out using the imaging plate recently developed for TEM. The analytical result showed that the observed N2M3 pattern is derived from not always the existence of N2M3 structure but superimposition of D1a, D022 and Pt2Mo structure units. 19 refs., 4 figs.

  18. Borehole geophysics for delineating the geological structure in the Sakonishi prospect, the Hida area, Japan; Hida chiiki Sako nishi chiku ni okeru boring ko riyo butsuri tansa ni yoru chishitsu kozo kaiseki

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    Katayama, H.; Hishida, H.; Yoshioka, K. [Metal Mining Agency of Japan, Tokyo (Japan)

    1997-05-27

    In order to discuss effectiveness of physical exploration in the Sakonishi prospect in the Hida area, physical exploration was carried out by utilizing bored wells. This area contains the Kamioka mine, one of the major base metal mines in Japan, where electrical exploration has been attempted several times in the past. No effective results have been obtained, however, because specific resistance contrast between mine beds and base rocks is too small, and the topography is too steep making site workability inferior. As part of the investigations on geological structures over wide areas, electrical logging (specific resistance and natural potential) was performed in fiscal 1995 and 1996 by utilizing the boreholes. Induced polarization logging was also conducted on the same boreholes. A traverse line on the ground with a length of 600 m and boreholes were used to execute specific resistance tomography. Clear extraction was possible on a fault structure which is thought related with limestone distribution and mine bed creation. However, it was not possible to identify upward continuity of zinc ores expected in the exploration. Because of not large a specific resistance contrast between zinc ores and base rocks, it is difficult to find mine bed locations only from the information on the specific resistance. 5 refs., 5 figs., 1 tab.

  19. Time series analysis of the CO sub 2 exchange rate in the one-year-old leaves of laelia anceps lindl. Laelia anceps lindl no ichinen shiyo ni okeru CO sub 2 kokan sokudo no jikeiretsu kaiseki

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    Dogane, Yuji; Ando, Toshio (Chiba Univ., Chiba, (Japan). Faculty of Horticulture)

    1990-01-31

    Concerning the carbon-fixing patterns in the dark reaction of plant photosynthesis, it has been known that there are 3 kinds, namely C {sub 3}, C {sub 4}, and CAM types, most of green plants fix CO {sub 2} by their C {sub 3} circuits and those with {C sub 4} and CAM circuits are rather small in number. However, CAM plants can switch from the CAM type to the C {sub 3} type or vice versa depending upon the external as well as internal factors and have capability of changing the balance between the two circuits, often making analysis of quantitative and qualitative changes of photosynthesis difficult, hence the analysis of photosynthesis rate of CAM plants dealt with in the studies which have so far been made has been limited to a quantitative grasp. This study used Laelia anceps Lindl. as sample material, classified several conditions whose photosynthesis rates differ recognizably and succeeded to analyze qualitative differences of these conditions by the mathematical measure. For analyzing photosynthesis rates, the time series analysis was newly adopted. 11 refs., 4 figs., 1 tab.

  20. FY 1998 evaluation/analysis of the data collected in the field test project for photovoltaic power generation for public facilities; 1998 nendo kokyo shisetsu nadoyo taiyoko hatsuden field test jigyo ni okeru shushu data hyoka kaiseki

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    1999-03-01

    In the field test project for the photovoltaic power generation for public facilities, operational data were collected/analyzed on facilities at 158 sites installed from FY 1994 to FY 1997. As a result, the following were found out: Average values of the global radiation on an inclined surface, equivalent array operation time, equivalent system operation time, system operation time, inverter performance efficiency, inverter load factor, array power coefficient, and system power coefficient are 3.51 kWh/m{sup 2}/D, 2.72 h/D, 2.47 h/D, 10.3 h/D, 0.91, 0.30, 0.77 and 0.70, respectively. No deterioration with age was recognized in the 4-year operation data. As to the maintenance, the item, 'there are a lot of failures in the photovoltaic power system,' was 2% in rate. As to the inspection, times are mostly once a month. The annual maintenance cost was widely between about 360 yen/kW and about 30,000 yen/kW. Supposing annual expenses to be a total of capital expense, direct expense, and general administrative expense, the power generation cost dropped from approximately 240 yen/kWh in FY 1994 to 100 yen/kWh in FY 1997. (NEDO)

  1. Joint analysis of refraction seismic survey with multilevel hydrophone measurement (application for detecting the high velocity thin lid); Kussekiho jishin tansa data to kochu hydrophone data no fukugo kaiseki no rei

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    Mori, S.; Harada, T.; Hayashi, K. [OYO Corp., Tokyo (Japan)

    1996-05-01

    During a refraction seismic survey conducted at a spot where a high-speed lava layer is supposedly concealed, the distribution of lava layer was estimated, and a composite analysis involving the vibration data received via hydrophones arranged in a bore hole was accomplished using a high-speed model based on an assumed geological section. The refraction survey centered on the bore hole and was accomplished using 250m-long traverse lines extending therefrom, one to the upstream and the other to the downstream of a river, producing a total length of 500m. The hydrophones were installed in the bore hole, and the measurement was carried out in an offset VSP-like observation pattern. In the analysis, the velocities obtained by the refraction survey and velocity logging were assigned to each layer on the basis of the assumed geological section for the construction of a velocity distribution model, which served as the early model for the repetition of calculation. Calculation was repeated with help of the said model, and a geological structure, capable of explaining the travel time data collected during the refraction survey and velocity logging, was successfully estimated. 1 ref., 5 figs.

  2. Time domain electromagnetic method for petroleum exploration. Part 3. Case study in Yoneyama area; Sekiyu tansa ni okeru TDEM ho data shutoku to kaiseki ni tsuite. 3. Niigataken Yoneyama chiiki deno tekiyorei

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    Ishikawa, H.; Mitsuhata, Y. [Japan National Oil Corp., Tokyo (Japan); Shiga, N. [Mitsui Mineral Development Engineering Co. Ltd., Tokyo (Japan)

    1996-05-01

    The result is reported of a TDEM method-based survey for oil exploration conducted in the Yoneyama district, Niigata Prefecture. The survey covered the southern part of the sedimentary basin in the prefecture, known for the poor quality of the seismic prospecting data that had been recorded. The purpose of the TDEM method-assisted survey was to probe the high-resistivity volcanic rock structure and low-resistivity sedimentary layer, and to know their details. The obtained data were subjected to interpretation by use of the 1D inversion method. A 4000m-deep level was subjected to interpretation, 34 data were inputted, and the early model consisted of 20 layers. As the result, it was found that there was a high-resistivity layer ranging from the ground surface down to a depth of approximately 500m, that a low-resistivity layer 2500-3000m in thickness lay thereunder, and that the lowest layer had a high resistivity of approximately 100 Ohm m. By comparing these data with the geological structure, structures were disclosed corresponding to the rock bed depth, Ukawa syncline, Ishiguro anticline, and Yoneyama mountain mass. 3 refs., 10 figs., 1 tab.

  3. Leakage characteristics for starting and low-speed conditions of hydrostatic slipper bearings in swashplate type axial piston motor. Shabanshiki axial piston motor yo seiatsu slipper jikuuke no kidoji more tokusei kaiseki

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    Yi, Fang; Kato, Hideki; Kobayashi, Shun' ichi; Ikeya, Mitsuel (Ngaoka Inst., of Tech., Niigata, (Japan). Faculty of Engineering)

    1990-01-15

    Though there is structurally simple swashplate type axial piston motor, to replace the hydraulic piston motor, high in performance but high in cost, it is expected to give anxiety at the time of starting and low speed rotation. Then, the viewpoint being focused on leakage characteristics between the slipper and swashplate, study was made by deriving theoretical formulas, taking into consideration friction of sliding parts, inclination of slipper against the swashplate and inclination of piston against the cylinder bore, for static equilibrium problem at the time of starting, with modeling the actual slipper in function. As a result, the slipper was known to statically balance at the position, oblique and parallel to the swashplate, in case of 15 degrees and 0 degree, respectively, in swashplate angle. While the leakage quantity at the time of loading/unloading gives and does not give hysteresis characteristics, in case of 15 degrees and 0 degree, respectively, in swashplate. 8 refs., 10 figs.

  4. Elastohydrostatic lubrication of piston balls and slipper bearings in swashplate type axial piston motors. 1st report. ; Theoretical analysis. Shabanshiki axial piston motor nai no piston kyubuter dot slipper jikuukebu no dansei seiatsu junkatsu. 1. ; Riron kaiseki

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    Kobayashi, S.; Ikeya, M. (The Technological Univ. of Nagaoka, Niigata (Japan))

    1990-09-15

    Following the recent requirement of heightening in power density of hydraulic machinery, heightening is strongly required in pressure also of swashplate type axial piston motor. Therefore in the material analysis, it has become impossible to conventionally regard each part as a rigid body, which necessitates the elastic deformation to be taken into consideration. In the present report, analysis was made by a finite element method, in order to make both the problems of elasticity and lubrication compatible of both the piston ball and hydrostatic slipper bearing, and elucidate the stress distribution, deformation and lubrication status (oily film thickness and leakage quantity). As a result of that analysis on several assumptions, among others, that the swashplate be zero in angle, that the slipper float on the oily film and that the slipper bearing be regarded as an elastic body, it was known, among others, that stress concentration is generated in the lowest part of contact face and its equivalent stress is high in the vicinity of capillary part of slipper bearing, and that, in the thick pad region, the deformed seal land is shaped slightly concave, if seen from inside the slipper, and the oily film is however thinned. 8 refs., 12 figs., 2 tabs.

  5. Characteristics of a Ti:sapphire laser pumped by a Nd:YAG laser and its analysis. Nd:YAG laser reiki Ti:sapphire laser no dosa tokusei to sono kaiseki

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    Okada, T.; Masumoto, J.; Mizunami, T.; Maeda, M.; Muraoka, K. (Kyushu Univ., Fukuoka (Japan). Faculty of Engineering)

    1991-06-29

    Although Ti: Sapphire expects of a possibility of being a light source much superior to a dye laser having been used as a wavelength variable laser for spectral analyses, it has a limitation that it does not oscillate directly in the visible and ultraviolet regions. In order to develop a light source that is synchronizable over ultraviolet-near infrared regions, by means of combining a Ti: Sapphire laser of a high peak power, comprising an oscillator and a multistage amplifier, with a non-linear frequency conversion method for harmonic generation and Raman conversion, a prototype Ti:Sapphire laser that is excited by YAG laser second harmonic, and that synchronizes with a prism was fabricated, and its operational characteristics were investigated. As a result, an output energy of 35.6 mJ at a maximum was obtained at a wavelength of 773 nm against an excitation energy of 129 mJ, a conversion efficiency of 38.2% was obtained against the absorption energy of the crystals, and a continuous synchronism was achieved over 750 to 900 nm. 4 refs., 9 figs., 1 tab.

  6. Quantum analysis in the transition process to excited state of an oxygen molecule induced by electron collisions; Denshi shototsu ni tomonau sanso bunshi ni okeru reiki jotai sen`i no ryoshironteki kaiseki

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    Ishimaru, K. [Gifu National College of Technology, Gifu (Japan); Okazaki, K. [Tokyo Inst. of Technology, Tokyo (Japan)

    1996-06-25

    For understanding of fundamental chemical reactions under a highly non equilibrium condition which is quite often used in plasma processing, the relevant atomic and molecular processes must be clarified. In this study, an analysis of the transition process to the excited state of an oxygen molecule induced by electron collisions in the oxygen plasma has been carried out. First, the electron density distribution in an oxygen molecule has been calculated using the extended Huckel molecular orbital method. Then, the electron potential energy distribution in the transition process to the excited state has been estimated. The electron behavior has been calculated using the estimated unidimensional electron potential energy distribution and unsteady quantum mechanics. As a result, the transition process to the excited state of an oxygen molecule induced by electron collisions and its conditions have been clarified qualitatively. 9 refs., 9 figs.

  7. Determination of electron impact ionization and excitation coefficients in He-Xe gas mixtures. He-Xe kongo gas ni okeru denshi shototsu denri keisu oyobi reiki keisu no sokutei to kaiseki

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    Takahashi, K.; Tachibana, K. (Kyoto Inst. of Technology, Kyoto (Japan))

    1991-03-20

    The rare gas discharge gives a stable discharge and light emission characteristics at low temperature in comparison with the discharge of the vapor of such a metal as Hg. The present barrier for the commercialization of the color PDP lies in the lower level of its emission intensity and efficiency in comparison with that of CRT. In this report, an electron impact ionization coefficient in a gas mixture and an electron impact excitation coefficient for a XeIs {sub 4} level were analyzed using a Boltzmann equation by means of a steady state Townsend method using a drift tube. By comparing both, the elementary process in the gas mixture is investiagted to discuss the respective contributions for the effective ionization coefficient and the excitation coefficient. As a result, it was found that the ionization process in the He-Xe gas mixture could be described by the processes of direct ionization of Xe and He, and an indirect ionization (Penning effect) by an active helium. 37 refs., 12 figs.

  8. FY 1999 report on the comprehensive analysis of the geothermal development promotion survey. Forth. No.C-3 Akinomiya area; 1999 nendo chinetsu kaihatsu sokushin chosa sogo kaiseki hokokusho. No. C-3 Akinomiya chiiki (Dai 4 ji)

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    2001-01-01

    As part of the geothermal development promotion survey, the comprehensive analysis was made on the survey of the existence amount of geothermal resource in the Akinomiya area, Ogachi town, Akita prefecture, which was conducted in FY 1999. In the evaluation of reservoirs, the following were carried out: comprehensive analysis of various data on the surface survey, well exploration, etc., which were stored in surveys from the primary to the forth, modification/construction of geothermal system models, numerical simulation using 3D models, etc. In the long-term jetting test, production/reduction tests were conducted using N9-AY-3 and N10-AY-8 as production wells and N8-AY-1 and N10-AY-6 as reduction wells. The results of the comprehensive analysis were outlined as follows. The distribution of high temperature zones promising as areas for geothermal development was grasped. The distribution of the main fracture structure underground was grasped. A total amount of 124t/h steam was confirmed by short/long term jetting tests. In the simulation of prediction of production, the result was obtained that there was potential power generation of 30MW in the Akinomiya area alone and 60MW both in the Akinomiya area and the Wasabizawa area. (NEDO)

  9. Multi-objective analysis of mixed integer planning problem according to hybrid genetic algorithm. Application of waste disposal facility to location plan; Haiburiddo arugorizumu niyoru kongo seisukeikaku mondai no tamokuteki kaiseki. haikibutsu shobunshisetsu no ricchi keikaku heno oyo

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    Shimizu, Yoshiaki

    1999-02-05

    This paper was concerned to rationally solve problems based on the various complicated global social environment as representative of location and arrangement problems in the wide area network, and shown to classify many of these problems into a multi-objective mixed integer planning problem. However, since the solution-obtained work was extremely large to obtain a sole exact optimum solution due to significantly increasing the solution-obtained work with a large scale of these problems, development of the solution method to emphasize a practical standpoint that an approximate solution was hopefully obtained with less effort have been paid attention. Therefore, concerning the genetic algorithm regarded as a hopeful method in recent years, problems on a usual solution-obtaining process that real variables were coded and restriction conditions were treated as a penalty function were firstly pointed out. Based on this work as a practical solution method, the combination of a problem range and the characteristics of solution methods were considered into a step construction, and a hybrid genetic algorithm using mathematical programming was proposed. As an introduction method to a parade optimum solution in a multi-objective mixed integer planning problem, this solution method was mentioned to be a practical solution method. As concrete examples, a harmful waste disposal location plan problem was given; the effectiveness was examined by numerical experiments. (translated by NEDO)

  10. Seismic tomography inversion in the case that sources and receivers are distributed out of a 2-D plane; Shingen jushinten ga nijigen heimennai ni nai baai no danseiha tomography kaiseki ni kansuru kosatsu

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    Yokota, T.; Miyazaki, T. [Geological Survey of Japan, Tsukuba (Japan); Rokugawa, S.; Matsushima, J. [The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan). Faculty of Engineering; Ashida, Y. [Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan). Faculty of Engineering

    1996-10-01

    In the case where sources and receivers are not distributed on a 2-D plane, seismic tomography inversion was studied. In tomography experiments, the existing wells are generally used. In such case, sources and receivers are frequently not distributed on a 2-D plane. The 2.5-D analysis method including 2-D structure and 3-D ray-tracing was thus developed. This method is featured by less memory necessary for ray-tracing calculation, and the same algorithm for velocity determination as 2-D analysis method. In previous methods, since analysis is generally carried out by projecting sources and receivers on a certain assumed 2-D plane, it can derive correct results in the case of constant velocity and straight ray, however, in the other case, it derives incorrect results. Application of 3-D tomography requires a large amount of memory, and falls into poor convergence because of various parameters. The 2.5-D analysis method can avoid these demerits. This analysis method was applied to the data obtained in Ogiri area, Kagoshima prefecture. 5 refs., 3 figs., 2 tabs.

  11. Computer simulation analysis on EEVC pedestrian subsystem impact test. Evaluation of impact energy in upper legform test; EEVC hokosha hogo shikenhoan ni kansuru computer simulation kaiseki. Daitaibu shikenhoan de teiansareta shototsu energy no datosei ni tsuite

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    Konosu, A.; Ishikawa, H. [Japan Automobile Research Institute Inc., Tsukuba (Japan)

    1999-11-01

    EEVC upper legform test conditions are determined exclusively from car-front shapes, bonnet leading edge (LEH) and bumper lead (BL), without considering car-front stiffness. However, the car-front stiffness may affect the test conditions significantly. Furthermore, it seems that the EEVC test condition was obtained from computer simulation using a dummy-like pedestrian model, instead of a human-like pedestrian model. Our computer simulation results indicated that car-front-stiffness varied impact energy 300 J at maximum, and impact energy obtained using the dummy-like pedestrian model was 93 to 384 J higher as compared to those obtained from the human-like pedestrian model. In order to evaluate vehicle safety performance in car-pedestrian accidents appropriately, the current EEVC impact energy curve of upper legform test should be reconsidered. (author)

  12. Evaluation of energy use in district heating and cooling plant using sewage and one using air as heat source; Gesui netsuriyo chiiki reidanbo to kuki netsuriyo chiiki reidan no tonyu enerugi kaiseki

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    Arashi, N. [Hitachi Ltd., Tokyo (Japan). Power and Industurial Systems R and D Laboratory; Inaba, A. [National Institute for Resources and Environment, Ibaraki (Japan)

    2000-05-20

    The efficiency of energy usage of a district heating and cooling plant using sewage water as heat source and sink, was evaluated by investigating the data of the district heat demand and energy supply to the plant, which were collected at the Koraku - 1 Chome plant in Tokyo central region. Through analyzing these data, it was clarified that the overall COPs of the plant were 3.17 for cooling and 2.65 for heating. COP was then compared with that of another plant using air as heat source and sink. The overall COPs of this plant which were calculated according to the atmospheric temperature, were 2.54 for cooling in summer and 2.28 for heating in winter. The differences in COPs were due to the temperature differences between sewage water and air. As a result for COP differences, the district heating and cooling plant using sewage water could be more energy saving, up to 20 % for cooling in summer and 14 % for heating in winter, compared with the counterpart plant that uses air as heat source and sink. (author)

  13. Disease: H00198 [KEGG MEDICUS

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    Full Text Available t is unresponsive to vitamin B12 and folic acid. Inherited metabolic disease; Hematologic disease hsa00240(7...372) Pyrimidine metabolism UMPS; uridine monophosphate synthetase [HSA:7372] [KO:K13421] Orotic acid [CPD:C0...1 Suchi M, Mizuno H, Kawai Y, Tsuboi T, Sumi S, Okajima K, Hodgson ME, Ogawa H, Wada Y Molecular cloning of the human UMP synthase

  14. Automatic Generation of Issue Maps: Structured, Interactive Outputs for Complex Information Needs

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    2012-09-01

    and Anat Lubetzky, Suchi Saria and Aria Haghighi for a great sum- mer, from looking for Japanese karaoke clubs in Seattle to coloring light bulbs at...For example, consider the OJ Simpson trial story. 25 ’ & $ % • Simpson Defense Drops DNA Challenge • Issue of Racism Erupts in Simpson Trial • Ex...Detective’s Tapes Fan Racial Tensions in Los Angeles • Many Black Officers Say Bias Is Rampant in LA Police Force • With Tale of Racism and Error

  15. A comparison of synchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation and pressure-regulated volume control ventilation in elderly patients with acute exacerbations of COPD and respiratory failure

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    Chang SC; Shi JD; Fu CP; Wu X; Li SQ

    2016-01-01

    Suchi Chang,1 Jindong Shi,2 Cuiping Fu,1 Xu Wu,1 Shanqun Li1 1Department of Respiratory Medicine, Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University, Shanghai, 2Department of Respiratory Medicine, The Fifth People’s Hospital of Shanghai, Fudan University, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China Background: COPD is the third leading cause of death worldwide. Acute exacerbations of COPD may cause respiratory failure, requiring intensive care unit admission and mechanical ventilation. Inten...

  16. FY 1999 research report on the evaluation/analysis of the data collected in the field test project for the photovoltaic power system for public facility use; 1999 nendo kokyo shisetsu nadoyo taiyoko hatsuden field test jigyo ni okeru shushu data hyoka kaiseki kenkyu hokokusho

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    2000-03-01

    In this research, the photovoltaic power system is experimentally installed at various facilities (public facilities such as public hall, school and museum), and operated on a long term basis under the actual loads. Various kinds of data are collected/analyzed and used as the data useful for the full-scale introduction and spread. The photovoltaic power generation field test project for public facilities using the photovoltaic power system was started in FY 1992 by NEDO. Systems at 116 sites started operation by FY 1996, and in FY 1997 systems were installed at a total of 70 sites. The paper outlined the project and described the results of the collection/analyses of the operational data obtained at 145 sites where systems were installed from FY 1995 to FY 1997. The term of analysis in FY 1999 was made from April 1999 to December 1999, being different from usual, to avoid the Y2K problem on data collecting software, measuring use personal computer, etc. Further, since there are no sites where no systems were newly installed in and after FY 1998, there are no analyses of economical efficiency in and after FY 1999. The paper indicated a list of all the sites with system installation in FY 1995-1997 including the main items. (NEDO)

  17. Achievement report for fiscal 1999 on research and development of technologies for medical welfare equipment. Chromosome image analysis and diagnosis device with confocal scanning laser microscope; 1999 nendo iryo fukushi kiki gijutsu kenkyu kaihatsu seika hokokusho. Kyoshoten laser kenbikyo ni yoru zensenshokutai gazo kaiseki shindan sochi

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    2000-05-01

    The device is now satisfactorily capable of all image processing functions (bi-levelling, color deviation, brilliance adjustment, etc.) with the exception the karyotyping function. A substance that emits fluorescence by laser excitation is developed (for labelling the probe). A direct labelling method is studied, in which nucleic acid probes (nucleic acid labelled for chromosomal identification) will prove to be remarkably high in sensitivity. A new fluorescent reagent is synthesized, which is a BHHCT-4-dUTP to act as a nucleic acid probe. It is found that the new substance is superior to the conventional fluorescent substances in terms of stability and that all chromosomes may be forced into hybridization (selective combination of a probe with a peculiar chromosome) when various probes are labelled by this substance. A programing unit is constructed for a chromosomal aberration database. Items needed relative to chromosomes and parameters relative to chromosomal aberration data are appropriately arranged, and conditions to satisfy for their development into a database are studied. A rough design of an interface is complete. (NEDO)

  18. Fiscal 2000 report of research on the analysis and evaluation on data collected in project of field test of photovoltaic power generation for public and other facilities; 2000 nendo kokyo shisetsunadoyo taiyoko hatsuden field test jigyo ni okeru shushu data hyoka kaiseki kenkyu hokokusho

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    2001-03-01

    For the purpose of promoting photovoltaic power generation, analysis and evaluation were conducted on the data of the project of the field test in public facilities for example. This paper describes the fiscal 2000 results. The equivalent array operation time was 2.98 h/day and, by multiplying it by the output of the standard test condition, a generated output was obtained. The system generating efficiency was 0.102 while the inverter energy efficiency was 0.917 on the average. The average array performance ratio was 0.778 and the system performance ratio was 0.714. The analysis on cost effectiveness of the installed systems has an important bearing upon the future introduction, promotion and development. The power generating cost (the annual cost was calculated as the sum of the capital cost, the direct cost, and the administrative expenses) decreased as the installation year progressed, with the average at the sites installed in fiscal 1997 at 93 yen/kWh. The system cost (calculated by dividing the construction cost by the array capacity) also decreased as the installation year became more recent. The annual maintenance cost showed a wide range from 500 yen to 30,000 yen/kW. Answers from the sites that the systems were running smoothly were 38 to 45%, while those that trouble occurrence was frequent were 2.4% on the generating systems and 12.9% on the measuring systems. (NEDO)

  19. FY 1998 evaluation/analysis by site of the data collected in the field test project for photovoltaic power generation for public facilities. 1/4; 1998 nendo kokyo shisetsu nadoyo taiyoko hatsuden field test jigyo ni okeru shushu data hyoka kaiseki kaku site betsu. 1/4

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    1999-07-01

    The data collected monthly in the FY 1998 photovoltaic power generation field test project for public facilities were evaluated/analyzed by site. The data items are the global radiation on an inclined surface (kWh/m{sup 2}), mean temperature, array electric energy/system electric energy/load electric energy/system supply load/back flow electric energy (each: kWh), times of linkage protection movement, linkage disconnection time (min), system operation time (min), independent supply load (kWh), equivalent array/system operation time, array/system output coefficient, system output coefficient/utilization rate/power generation efficiency, and INV effective efficiency/load factor. The sites for survey are school (university/junior and senior high school/elementary school/kindergarten/nursery/training center), social welfare facilities (nursing care center for the elderly/spa/swimming pool/welfare health center), health facilities, government office relation (police office/disaster-prevention center/government office building), environmental public facilities (water purification plant/environmental test center/park), art relation facilities (museum, etc.), hospital, newspaper publishing company, factory in area, etc. (NEDO)

  20. FY 1997 R/D project of industrial and scientific technologies contracted with NEDO. Report on technology development of utilization of biological resources such as bioconsortia (development of analytical techniques of bioconsortia); 1997 nendo sangyo gijutsu kenkyu kaihatsu jigyo Shin energy Sangyo Gijutsu Sogo Kaihatsu Kiko itaku. Fukugo seibutsukei nado seibutsu shigen riyo gijutsu kaihatsu (fukugo seibutsukei kaiseki gijutsu no kaihatsu) seika hokokusho

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    1998-03-01

    Bioconsortia are microbial composites composing of more than two kinds of microorganisms with special functions. To utilize their advanced functions, some techniques have been developed for analyzing their functions and interactions, and for identification, separation and incubation of the constituent microbial groups. In FY 1997, an investigation was made on technology trends, domestic researchers, and research topics related to bioconsortia. To manage and promote the progress of research at the National Institute of Bioscience and Human-Technology where the centralized management of this project is conducted, meetings are held once a month to examine the progress at the institute, in which reports are made and discussions are held on how each research item is progressing. In addition, meetings of the committee to promote research are held every other month to consider and examine measures required for promoting the research. Re-entrustment of research has been made on two subjects, i.e., `Studies on biological significance of symbiotic microorganisms` by Prof. Ishikawa of the University of Tokyo, and `Study on the relationship between the biosynthesis of useful terpenic materials of plant origin and the differentiation of plant tissues, and their effective production by plant cell cultures` by Prof. Inoue of Gifu Pharmaceutical University. 27 refs., 13 figs., 1 tab.

  1. FY 1999 Evaluation and analysis of the data collected by the field test project for photovoltaic power generation in public facilities. By site (2/3); 1999 nendo kokyo shisetsu nadoyo taiyoko hatsuden field test jigyo ni okeru shushu data hyoka kaiseki. 2/3. Kaku site betsu

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    2000-07-01

    Described herein are the results of evaluation and analysis of the data (management nos.815 to 840, and 901 to 918) collected by the field test project for photovoltaic power generation in a total of 44 facilities, mainly public. Each system is operated for 30 to 31 days every month. A total of 23 items of the data described below are recorded every day, and totaled up, averaged and evaluated for effectiveness at the end of the month: solar radiation on a horizontal, sloped and effective sloped plane, average air temperature, array electric energy, system electric energy, system power consumption, load electric energy, load for supplying power to a network, electric energy of reversed flow, linkage protection actions, linkage parallel off time, system operation time, self-sustaining load, load of voluntary supply, equivalent array operation, equivalent system operation, array output coefficient, system output coefficient, system utilization, system power generation efficiency, INV effective efficiency, and INV load factor. (NEDO)

  2. Characterization of angle shape rolling by three-dimensional FEM. 4. ; Analysis of multi-pass angle shape rolling and comparison with experiment with plasticine. Katazai atsuen no henkei fuka tokusei ni kansuru kenkyu. 4. ; Ta pass angle atsuen no FEM kaiseki oyobi plasticine jikken tono hikaku

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    Yanagimoto, J.; Kiuchi, M.; Shibata, K. (The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan). Institute of Industrial Science)

    1993-10-01

    This paper reports FEM analytical examples of multi-pass angle rolling. The CORMILL system that can analyze three-dimensional plastic transformation of a material under angle shape rolling (developed by the authors of this paper) was used on a process that processes an angle material from shaping to finish-rolling in six passes. Transformation in each pass was derived from analysis of velocity fields and contact analysis (correction of geometrical non-match between a roll and the material). The analytical result was compared with the result of model experiments using plasticine. A cross section shape after completing the first pass obtained from the analysis was compared with a shape obtained from a hot steel-rolling experiment using a hole die of the similar type. The paper describes as a conclusion that little difference was found between the analytical result and the result of the hot steel-rolling experiment, and that the difference between the result of the model experiment using plasticine and the analytical result should have been caused from transformation behavior which is particular to plasticine. 16 refs., 8 figs., 4 tabs.

  3. Research report for fiscal 1998. Evaluation and analysis of the collected data for the field tests on photovoltaic power generation systems for public facilities; 1998 nendo kokyo shisetsu nado yo taiyoko hatsuden field test jigyo ni okeru shushu data hyoka kaiseki kenkyu hokokusho

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    1997-03-01

    The field tests on photovoltaic power generation systems for public facilities have begun in fiscal 1992 by NEDO. The systems including those under construction are installed in 116 sites. Analyses were given on 75 sites which have been operated up to fiscal 1996. Analyses of the operation characteristics were performed by using performance parameters derived by developing the basic expressions into each configuration element. For the insolation on slanted surface, the range from 3.0 to 4.5 kWh/m{sup 2}/D accounts for 65% of the total insolation. For the equivalent array operation time, the range from 2.5 to 4.0 h/D accounted for 81%. For the equivalent system operation time, the range from 9.0 to 12.0 h/D accounted for 85%. The range for inverter active efficiency from 0.84 to 0.96 accounted for 79%. The inverter load rate was accounted for 88% by 0.20 to 0.35. The output coefficient was accounted for 82% by 0.7 to 1.0 in the array, and 87% by 0.6 to 0.9 in the system. The power generation cost has decreased to 200 yen per kwh in fiscal 1995 from 340 yen per kwh in fiscal 1992, largely contributed by reduced installation cost. (NEDO)

  4. FY 1999 report on the comprehensive analysis of the geothermal development promotion survey. Forth. No.C-3 Akinomiya area (Separate volume 2: Collected data); 1999 nendo chinetsu kaihatsu sokushin chosa sogo kaiseki hokokusho. No. C-3 Akinomiya chiiki (Dai 4 ji) - Bessatsu 2 (shiryoshu)

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    2001-01-01

    As to the survey of the existence amount of geothermal resource in the Akinomiya area, Ogachi town, Akita prefecture, which was made in FY 1999, the comprehensive analysis was conducted, and the data were arranged. In relation to the surface survey, data on the following were described: geological survey, supplementary surface geological survey, soil gas survey, precision gravity survey, supplementary gravity survey and 3D model re-analysis, electromagnetic survey, etc. With relation to the well survey, data on the following: wells of N8-AY-1, N8-AY-2, N9-AY-3, N9-AY-4, N9-AY-5, N10-AY-6, N10-AY-7 and N10-AY-8, survey of cores of existing wells, temperature/pressure logging of wells remaining stationary after having been left long, sampler logging, etc. In relation to the jetting test, data on the short-term jetting test on wells of N8-AY-1, N8-AY-2, N9-AY-3, N9-AY-4, etc. With relation to the evaluation of reservoirs, data on the pressure monitoring, results of the reservoir simulation, etc. (NEDO)

  5. FY 1998 evaluation/analysis by site of the data collected in the field test project for photovoltaic power generation for public facilities. 4/4; 1998 nendo kokyo shisetsu nadoyo taiyoko hatsuden field test jigyo ni okeru shushu data hyoka kaiseki kaku site betsu. 4/4

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    1999-07-01

    The data items are horizontal insolation intensity, inclined insolation intensity, effective inclined insolation intensity (each unit: kWh/m{sup 2}), average temperature, array power energy, system power energy, system consumption power, load power energy, system supply load, and back flow power energy (each unit: kWh). Besides, the number of interconnected protective movement, disconnection hour (minute), system operating hour (minute), independent operating load, independent supply load (each unit: kWh), equivalent array operating hour, equivalent system operating hour, array/system output coefficient, system utilization rate/power generation rate, INV effective efficiency, and INV load factor. The objects of field tests are government office (joint office building, etc.), school (college, high school, elementary school, etc.), the Shinkansen Kyoto Station, health/welfare facilities (health facilities for the elderly, welfare center, etc.), hospital, industrial experimental station, training facilities (exhibition training facilities, etc.), broadcasting facilities, etc. (NEDO)

  6. FY 1998 annual summary report on manipulation of atomic and molecular extremes. Development of technologies for high-efficiency analysis/manipulation of DNA and the like; 1998 nendo genshi bunshi kyokugen sosa gijutsu no kenkyu kaihatsu seika hokokusho. DNA nado kokoritsu kaiseki sosa gijutsu kaihatsu

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    1999-03-01

    The objectives are set to establish the techniques for observation/manipulation of atoms and molecules, as the common basic techniques for various industrial areas, e.g., new materials, electronics, biotechnology and chemical. Development of atomic field and scanning tunneling microscopes working under extreme conditions has been pursued, in order to manipulate complex systems, such as living body. For identification of molecular species, laser-excited fluorescence is combined with scanning mechanical probing to further refine the single molecule detection/identification techniques, and the objectives are set to develop a new method for evaluating molecules in a living body using a scanning probe microscope, and also to develop a novel scanning probe microscope for molecules in a living body. The other efforts were directed to R and D of the techniques for observing structures of organic molecules and the like through the measurements of adsorption process of organic molecules and clusters on semiconductor substrates and their surface reactions, and precision measurements of vibrational conditions of adsorbed molecular species reacting in the solid-liquid interfaces by high-sensitivity Raman spectroscopy to elucidate the catalysis mechanisms at the molecular level. (NEDO)

  7. Achievement report for fiscal 1997 on developing a silicon manufacturing process with reduced energy consumption. Investigation and research on analyzing practical application of a technology to manufacture solar cell silicon raw materials; 1997 nendo energy shiyo gorika silicon seizo process kaihatsu. Taiyo denchi silicon genryo seizo gijutsu no jitsuyoka kaiseki ni kansuru chosa kenkyu

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    1998-03-01

    This paper describes the achievement in fiscal 1997 of analyzing practical application of a technology to manufacture solar cell silicon raw materials. Silicon consumption for solar cells in fiscal 1997 has increased to 2000-ton level, and the supply has been very tight. For drastic improvement in the demand and supply situation, development of SOG-Si manufacturing technology and its early practical application are desired. The development of the NEDO mass-production technology using melting and refining has completed constructing the process facilities in fiscal 1998, and will enter the stage of operational research. However, insufficiency in the basic data about behavior of impurities is inhibiting the development. In the substrate manufacturing technology, discussions have shown progress on use of diversifying silicons outside the standard by using the electromagnetic casting process. For slicing and processing the substrates, development of a high-performance slicing equipment and automatic rough rinsing machine is under way. Properties required on silicon raw materials vary considerably widely because of difference in cell making systems and conditions, which is attributable to unknown impurity behavior. When 1GW production is assumed, the cell module manufacturing cost is calculated as 137 yen/W, for which low-cost mass production for its realization, slicing productivity enhancement, and cost reduction are required. The paper also describes site surveys in overseas countries. (NEDO)

  8. Ab Initio MO study on the nucleophilic oxirane ring opening of exo and endo Aflatoxin B{sub 1} 8,9-Oxide; Ekiso oyobi endo Aflatoxin B{sub 1} 8,9-Oxide no kyukaku kaikan hanno ni taisuru Ab Initio ho ni yoru kaiseki

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    Okajima, Toshiya; Hashikawa, Akane [Saga University, Saga (Japan). Department of Chemistry

    1999-08-10

    The difference of the reactivity for S{sub N}2 type oxirane ring opening of exo and endo Aflatoxin B{sub 1} (AFB{sub 1}) 8,9-oxide (exo-1 and endo-1, respectively) was analyzed with ab initio molecular orbital theory. All stationary points including transition-state structures were optimized with no geometry constraint at the RHF/3-21G basis set, and energies were evaluate at Becke3LYP/3-21G level based on the RHF/3-21G geometries. The calculation clarified the following three points: (1) the activation energy ({delta}E{sup {ne}}) for endo attacking of NH{sub 3} molecule (the reaction with exo derivatives containing exo-1) is considerably smaller than those for exo attacking (the reaction with endo ones containing endo-1), (2) the reactivity for nucleophilic oxirane ring opening is controlled by the distortion of LUMO{sub C-O} of oxirane ring, which is probably caused by exo/endo relationship between oxirane ring and five-membered dihydrofurano ring (B) with respect to A ring, and (3) the remaining part (inclusing coumarin skeleton) of AFB{sub 1} oxid has little influence on the geometry around the reaction center and the activation energy. (author)

  9. Report on a survey for promotion of geothermal development and an overall analysis of areas in fiscal 1996. Report No.C-3 for the Akinomiya area (First analysis); 1996 nendo chinetsu kaihatsu sokushin chosa sogo kaiseki hokokusho. No.C-3 (Akinomiya chiiki dai 1 ji)

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    1997-10-01

    This paper summarizes the result of a survey for promotion of geothermal development and an overall analysis of the Akinomiya area in fiscal 1996. The subject area is located in Katsuo Town in south of Akita Prefecture. The geothermal reservoirs are regulated by the irregular construction created by upheaval and subsidence of the pre-Tertiary basement rocks. The underground temperature construction shows the temperatures rising toward Mt. Yamabushi. The latest geothermal activities should have taken place after the eruption of Mt. Takamatsu. The geothermal activities near the Arayu area have been most active until recently, and is still predominant. Transformation activities were active in the former period of the Pleistocene era. The acidic transformation band has been active after sedimentation of andesites in Mt. Takamatsu thereafter, which should have been active not only in areas where it is now active on the ground surface, but also in greatly wider areas. Geothermal fluid flows being regulated by faults, whereas fractures with high permeability existing along the faults are suitable for developing steam collection. Hot spring waters were produced by the geothermal fluid having risen along the faults and been mixed with and diluted by ground surface water near the ground surface. Areas promising for geothermal development would spread over the areas with high permeability along structural lines such as faults which show the convection type temperature pattern and temperatures higher than 250 degrees C. (NEDO)

  10. FY 1998 evaluation/analysis by site of the data collected in the field test project for photovoltaic power generation for public facilities. 2/4; 1998 nendo kokyo shisetsu nadoyo taiyoko hatsuden field test jigyo ni okeru shushu data hyoka kaiseki kaku site betsu 2/4

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    1999-07-01

    The data collected monthly in the FY 1998 photovoltaic power generation field test project for public facilities were evaluated/analyzed by site. The data items are the flux of global solar radiation/global radiation on an inclined surface/effective global radiation on an inclined surface (each: kWh/m{sup 2}), mean temperature, and array electric energy/system consumption power/load electric energy/system supply load/back flow electric energy (each: kWh). Others are times of linkage protection movement, linkage disconnection time (min), system operation time (min), independent supply load (kWh), equivalent array/equivalent system operation time, array/system output coefficient, system utilization rate/power generation efficiency, INV effective efficiency, and INV load factor. The sites for survey are school (junior and senior high school/elementary school/kindergarten/nursery), lifelong education facilities (technical training center/forestry study center), government office (government office building), environmental public facilities (water purification plant/disaster-prevention center/park), welfare facilities (special nursing care center for the elderly), public facilities (community center/martial arts center), cultural facilities, factory in area, etc. (NEDO)

  11. Fiscal 1998 R and D project on industrial technology. Development report on use technology of bioresources such as bioconsortia (Development of analysis technology of bioconsortia); 1998 nendo sangyo gijutsu kenkyu kaihatsu jigyo. Fukugo seibutsukeinado seibutsu shigen riyo gijutsu kaihatsu (fukugo seibutsukei kaiseki gijutsu no kaihatsu)

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    1996-03-01

    For use of advanced functions of bioconsortia (complex microorganisms composed of more than 2 microorganisms with certain specific function), this project analyzes specific functions of specific organisms and the interaction between the specific functions, and develops isolation and incubation technologies of component organisms. In fiscal 1998, to promote this project, the meetings were held frequently in National Institute of Bioscience and human Technology. Study was made on production of useful substances and useful degradation functions in association with bioconsortia. The result showed that microorganisms coexisting with nematode produced physiologically active substances exhibiting antimicrobial activities to tubercle bacillus, MRSA and others, microorganisms coexisting in eggs of some insects produced substances having antiviral activities and activities against pathogenic bacteria in a plant, and microorganisms growing in some plants or mycorrhiza organisms produced insecticidal substances or growing-promoting substance. The basic understanding was obtained on cooperative actions of bioconsortia to bioremediation and degradation of organic substances. (NEDO)

  12. Achievement report for fiscal 1997 on the development of technologies for utilizing biological resources such as complex biosystems. Development of complex biosystem analyzing technology; 1997 nendo fukugo seibutsukei nado seibutsu shigen riyo gijutsu kaihatsu seika hokokusho. Fukugo seibutsukei kaiseki gijutsu no kaihatsu

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    1998-03-01

    The aim is to utilize the sophisticated functions of complex biosystems. In the research and development of technologies for effectively utilizing unexploited resources and substances such as seeweeds and algae, seaweeds are added to seawater to turn into a microbial suspension after the passage of two weeks, the suspension is next scattered on a carageenan culture medium, and then carageenan decomposing microbes are obtained. In the research and development of technologies for utilizing microbe/fauna-flora complex systems, technologies for exploring and analyzing microbes are studied. For this purpose, 48 kinds of sponges and 300 kinds of bacteria symbiotic with the sponges are sampled in Malaysia. Out of them, 15 exhibit enzyme inhibition and Artemia salina lethality activities. In the development of technologies for analyzing the functions of microbes engaged in the production of useful resources and substances for animals and plants, 150 kinds of micro-algae are subjected to screening using protease and chitinase inhibiting activities as the indexes, and it is found that an extract of Isochrysis galbana displays an intense inhibitory activity. The alga is cultured in quantities, the active component is isolated from 20g of dried alga, and its constitution is determined. (NEDO)

  13. FY 1999 Industrial science and technology research and development project. Report on the results of research and development of the technologies for genome informatics (Acceleration of analysis of green mold transcription control information); 1999 nendo genome infomatics gijutsu kenkyu kaihatsu seika hokokusho. Koji kabi no tensha seigyo joho no kaiseki kasokuka nado

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    2001-03-01

    A total of 49 budding yeast transcription factor disruptants and one conditional transcription over expression strain are produced, to elucidate the gene regulation networks using the gene expression profile data, and to measure the systematic and high-quality gene expression profiles using the Affymetrix's GeneChip system. The program is also developed for accurately predicting the base sequences which regulate expression of given gene groups, based on the uniqueness of the upstream sequences. The analysis with the aid of the program predicts 8 gene expression regulation sequences, which are considered to be novel, from the gene groups of retarded expression by the transcription factor disruptants. The time course gene expression data are produced from the transcription factor SW14 conditional over expression strain. The analysis of the data indicates that the analysis of the subtracted genes using the gene expression profiles from the wild type strain is useful for clarifying the effects of the derived transcription factor over expression. (NEDO)

  14. Seismic response analysis for utility boiler and its support frames; Aseismatic design for support frames of No. 3 boiler of Hekinan thermal power station, Chubu Electric Power Co. , Inc. Karyoku hatsudenyo daiyoryo boiler plant no jishin oto kaiseki; Chubu denryoku kabushiki kaisha Hekinan karyoku hatsudensho dai 3go boiler shiji tekkotsu no taishin sekkei

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    Takahashi, Kenji; Yamano, Hiroshi; Kajiwara, Yukihiro; Kashiwazaki, Akihiro (Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd., Tokyo, (Japan))

    1990-01-01

    An example of aseismatic design for the support frame of the 700 MW boiler of Hekinan Thermal Power Station, Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc. is described, concentrating on the result of seismic response analysis. Practical elastic {center dot} elastic-plastic dynamic analyses was confirmed through proper modeling of a complicated boiler supporting frame structure. At the beginning of the design, it was found that rigidity of a specified layer was lower than that of other layer, and a large value of seismic response was shown. However, by correction of that, a well-balanced frame structure in each layer was realized. It was found that response shearing force of the boiler supporting frame by the building-soil foundation coupled analysis, was smaller than that by the analysis of fixed foundation model, because of the interaction to soil foundation. It was confirmed that the support frame had good seismic response characteristics even in a large earthquake (level-2, 50 kine), due to the non-linear effect of the boiler stoppers which absorb the seismic energy. 4 refs., 10 figs., 2 tabs.

  15. FY 1998 evaluation/analysis by site of the data collected in the field test project for photovoltaic power generation for public facilities. 3/4; 1998 nendo kokyo shisetsunadoyo taiyoko hatsuden field test jigyo ni okeru shushu data hyoka kaiseki kaku site betsu. 3/4

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    1999-07-01

    The data items are horizontal insolation intensity, inclined insolation intensity, effective inclined insolation intensity (each unit: kWh/m{sup 2}), average temperature, array electric energy, system electric energy, system consumption power, load electric energy, system supply load, and back flow electric energy (each unit: kWh). Besides, the number of the interconnected protective movement, the disconnection hour (minute), system operating hour (minute), independent operating load/independent supply load (each unit: kWh), equivalent array operating hour, equivalent system operating hour, output coefficient of array/system, system utilization rate/power generation efficiency, INV effective efficiency, and INV load factor. The objects of field tests are cultural facilities (library, science museum, children cultural center, etc.), school (college, high school, elementary school, kindergarten, etc.), health/welfare facilities (welfare center, health facilities, etc.), environment (water purification plant, agricultural park), commercial facilities, plant, hospital, government office (joint office building, etc.), etc. (NEDO)

  16. Boltzmann equation analysis of electrons swarm parameters and properties of excited particle number densities in Xe/Ne plasmas. Laser absorption effect; Xe/Ne plasma chudenshi yuso keisu narabi ni reiki ryushisu mitsudo tokusei no Boltzmann hoteishiki kaiseki. Laser ko kyushu koka

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    Uchida, S.; Sugawara, H.; Ventzek, P.; Sakai, Y. [Hokkaido University, Sapporo (Japan)

    1998-06-01

    Xe/Ne plasmas are important for plasma display panels and VUV light sources. However, reactions between electrons and excited particles in the mixtures are so complicated that influence of the reactions on the plasma properties is not understood well. In this work, taking account of reactions through which electrons are produced, such as cumulative and Penning ionization, and of transition between excited levels, the electron and excited particle properties in Xe/Ne plasmas are calculated using the Boltzmann equation. The ionization coefficient and electron drift velocity agreed with experimental data. The influence of laser absorption in Xe/Ne plasmas on the plasma properties is also discussed. 25 refs., 15 figs.

  17. Study on the annular leakage-flow-induced vibrations. 2nd Report. Stability analysis and experiments for translationally and rotationally coupled two-degree-of-freedom systems; Kanjo sukimaryu reiki shindo ni kansuru kenkyu. 2. heishin kaiten 2 jiyudo renseikei no anteisei kaiseki oyobi jikken

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    Li, D.W. [Hitachi, Ltd., Tokyo (Japan); Kaneko, S. [The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Japan); Hayama, S. [Toyama Prefectural University, Toyama (Japan)

    1999-07-25

    In this study, the stability of annular leakage-flow-induced vibrations was investigated theoretically and experimentally for a translationally and rotationally coupled two-degree-of-freedom system. The critical flow rate was both theoretically and experimentally obtained as a function of the passage increment ratio and the eccentricity of the passage. A good agreement between the theoretical and experimental results was obtained. It was discovered both theoretically and from the experiments that instability will occur in the case of a divergent passage: the eccentricity of the passage lowers the stability of the systems. (author)

  18. Ionization current in N2 gas. 11. Three dimensional analysis for loss processes of metastable particles affected by the reflection at the boundary; N2 gas chu ni okeru denri denryu. 11. Kyokai deno hansha wo koryoshita jun`antei reiki ryushi sonshitsu katei no sanjigen kaiseki

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    Suzuki, S.; Ito, H.; Sekizawa, H.; Ikuta, N. [Chiba Institute of Technology, Chiba (Japan)

    1998-10-01

    Loss processes of the nitrogen metastable molecule N2(A{sup 3}{Sigma}u{sup +}) in plane parallel electrodes have been investigated by us previously by solving the diffusion equation. Our procedure is based on an analysis using the third kind of boundary condition which can take account of finite values for the density of N2(A{sup 3}{Sigma}u{sup +}) at the electrode surfaces. The values of the effective lifetime of N2(A{sup 3}{Sigma}u{sup +}) calculated from this analysis were reasonably consistent with our experiments. This paper describes the behavior of the effective lifetimes of N2(A{sup 3}{Sigma}u{sup +}) in a cylindrical cavity. The analytical treatment of the diffusion equation for N2(A{sup 3}{Sigma}u{sup +}) proposed by us is extended to the three dimensional space. We report the nature of the effective lifetimes of metastable molecule in the cylindrical cavity systematically. 16 refs., 9 figs.

  19. Electron attachment coefficient in low E/N regions and a discussion of discharge-instability in KrF laser. ; Analysis by logarithm transformed Boltzmann equation. Tei E/N ryoiki no denshi fuchaku keisu to KrF laser reiki hoden no fuanteisei ni kansuru ichi kosatsu. ; Tai su henkan Boltzmann hoteishiki ni yoru kaiseki

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    Kawakami, H.; Urabe, J.; Yukimura, K. (Doshisha Univ., Kyoto (Japan))

    1991-03-20

    In a discharge excitation rare gas halide excima laser, uniform generation and stable maintenance of the excited discharge determines the laser characteristics. In this report, an approximate solution was obtained on the Boltzmann equation (frequently used for the theoretical analysis of this laser) to examine the nature of the solution. By optimizing the conversion of the variables, calculation of an electron swarm parameter in the hitherto uncertain range of the low conversion electric field was made possible, giving a generation mechanism of the uncertainty of the excited dischareg. The results are summarized as below. (1) The Boltzmann equation gives a linear solution for a logarithmic value of an electron energy in the range of low conversion electric field. (2) Time-wise responce ability between the measured voltage, current characteristics of the excitation discharge was clarified and the attachment and ionization coefficients calculated by Boltzmann equation. (3) Dependency of the attachment coefficient on the partial pressure of fluorine and kripton was examined, and the attachment coefficient was found to increase with the increase of the partial pressure for the both cases. 20 refs., 9 figs., 2 tabs.

  20. Fermentation characteristics in conversion of organic acids obtained by oxidation of low-rank coals to poly({beta}-hydroxybutyrate) using A. eutrophus cells with some analysis on metabolic flux distribution; Kattan no ekisosanka de erareru yukisan wo suiso saikin wo riyoshite pori {beta}-hidorokishi rakusan (PHB) ni henkansaseru tameno baiyo kogakuteki kento to taisha ryusoku bunpu shisutemu kaiseki

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    Tsujimoto, Shoko.; Shin, Huidong.; Shimizu, Kazuyuki. [Kyushu Institute of Technology, Fukuoka (Japan). Department of Biochemical engineering and science; Mae, Kazuhiro.; Miura, Koichi. [Kyoto University, Kyoto (Japan). Department of Chemical Engineering

    1999-03-10

    Fermentation characteristics are investigated for the conversion of glycolate, acetate, formate, and malonate obtained by the oxidation of low-rank coals to poly ({beta}-hydrox butyrate) (PHB) using A. eutrophus cells. Based on the cultivation experiments using one of the organic acids as a sole carbon source, it is found that acetate is the most effectively converted to PHB. When mixed organic acids are used, formate is preferentially consumed, followed by acetate, and finally glycolate. Although malate can not be utilized, it is implied that it might change the pathway flux distributions based on the metabolic flux analysis. Namely, it shows competitive inhibition to succinate dehydrogenase so that its addition during fermentation results in flux reduction from succinate to maleic acid as well as glyoxylate flux and gluconeogenesis flux. It is also found that NADPH generated from isocitrate is preferentially utilized for the reaction from {alpha}-ketoglutarate to glutamate when NH{sub 3} concentration is high, while it is eventually used for the PHB production from acetoacetyl CoA as NH{sub 3} concentration decreases. (author)

  1. Report on information collection and analysis for fundamental survey on coal resource development in fiscal 1998. Survey on coal supply potentiality in Bowen Basin in Australia; 1998 nendo sekitan shigen kaihatsu kiso chosa joho shushu kaiseki hokokusho. Goshu Bowen bonchi sekitan kyokyu potentiality chosa

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    1999-03-01

    A survey was made on coal supply potentiality in Bowen Basin in Australia. The main coal beds exist in the order of four beds in the Permian period. The oldest bed is the Reids Dome bed in the Lower Permian period, deposited in the south-west part of the basin. The later wide-area transgression has caused the Back Creek bed groups to deposit, whereas three coal measures have deposited in a concave on the raised basic bed. Later, the ocean has invaded into the entire basin. After having turned into the Upper Permian period, regression had occurred from north to south, where major coal measures such as the Moranbah and German Creek beds had deposited over the entire basin. Further regression has taken place to south, causing three uppermost coal measures to have deposited over the entire basin. In major part of the areas identified currently with existence of coal measures, and even in areas without mines, the mining right or the exploration right has been established, limiting the areas having development potentiality. Five abandoned mining areas exist in the Rangal coal measure, two in the Moranbah coal measure, two in the Reids Dome coal measure, and one in the Baralaba coal measure. There is a possibility of discovering areas developable for a scale of several ten million tons. (NEDO)

  2. Fiscal 1999 technical research report. Research and development project on prompt-effect international standards creation (Standardization of gene amplification and analysis methods for genetic screening); 1999 nendo shinki sangyo ikusei sokkogata kokusai hyojunka kaihatsu jigyo seika hokokusho. Idenshi kensayo idenshi zofuku kaiseki hoho no hyojunka

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    2000-03-01

    For the promotion of Japan's proposition for international standardization, PCR (polymerase chain reaction) Comprehensive Research Committee, Technical Promotion Committee, and Japan Bioindustry Association organized a 5-member overseas research team and dispatched the team to Europe and America where they held research interviews at government organizations and business corporations engaged in standardization promotion. The aims were to disclose trends of PCR method standardization and standardization in general in biotechnology. The team visited British Standards Institution, Association Francaise de Normalisation, German Institute for Standardization, Food and Drug Administration of America, American Society for Testing and Materials, PE Biosystem, Bio-Rad Laboratories, and Roche Molecular Systems. The objects of standardization at issue included techniques, tools, devices, and reagents to be used. It is found that in Europe and America there are standardization plans under deliberation for PCR-aided techniques, not for PCR itself, and that some are now approaching completion as national or local standards. It is also learned that in every standardizing organization there is a person responsible for each TC (technical committee) of CEN (Committee European pour Normalisation). (NEDO)

  3. Introduction of fundamental approach for groundwater modeling 2. Groundwater recharge modeling. 2. 1 Rainfall infiltration and groundwater recharge. Chikasui modering no tameno deta kaiseki shuho no kiso 2. Chikasui eno kanyoryo no moderingu. 2. 1 Amamizu shinto[center dot]chikasui kanyo

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    Hirayama, Toshiaki

    1999-08-31

    How to handle the action of the material which makes subterranean water a main movement medium, the subterranean water during the underground environment of the obi water layer and the difficulty water layer and so on, and the amount of physics from the viewpoint of imitation is named as to and subterranean water simulation or modeling is sadist makes contact, and subterranean water sometimes deals with the surface of the earth basin and a soil basin though it is the element of the circulation like water literature. When a modeling technique is applied to the specific system, the work of the resolution of the element that that system is constructed and restructuring is necessary. The system which modeled the a series of work to resolve a component and which was restructured and which was restructured is said as the simulation model and the subterranean water model. The numerical value model whose generality is high and which is easy to deal with is often used, and the subterranean water model of the narrow sense points at the numerical value model. Though the various data of the geology, the nature of the soil, the water reason and others are necessary for the numerical value model, the entrance of the subterranean water, that is, the amount is one of the elements concerned with the analytic precision of the subterranean water model greatly. As for rain, river water is the supply process that the surface of the earth water such as water is added to the subterranean water as to the absorption. (NEDO)

  4. Introduction of fundamental approach for groundwater modeling 2. Groundwater recharge modeling. 2.1 Rainfall infiltration and groundwater recharge; Chikasui modering no tameno deta kaiseki shuho no kiso 2. Chikasui eno kanyoryo no moderingu. 2.1 Amamizu shinto{center_dot}chikasui kanyo

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    Hirayama, Toshiaki

    1999-08-31

    How to handle the action of the material which makes subterranean water a main movement medium, the subterranean water during the underground environment of the obi water layer and the difficulty water layer and so on, and the amount of physics from the viewpoint of imitation is named as to and subterranean water simulation or modeling is sadist makes contact, and subterranean water sometimes deals with the surface of the earth basin and a soil basin though it is the element of the circulation like water literature. When a modeling technique is applied to the specific system, the work of the resolution of the element that that system is constructed and restructuring is necessary. The system which modeled the a series of work to resolve a component and which was restructured and which was restructured is said as the simulation model and the subterranean water model. The numerical value model whose generality is high and which is easy to deal with is often used, and the subterranean water model of the narrow sense points at the numerical value model. Though the various data of the geology, the nature of the soil, the water reason and others are necessary for the numerical value model, the entrance of the subterranean water, that is, the amount is one of the elements concerned with the analytic precision of the subterranean water model greatly. As for rain, river water is the supply process that the surface of the earth water such as water is added to the subterranean water as to the absorption. (NEDO)

  5. Fiscal 1997 R an D project on industrial science and technology under a consignment from NEDO. R and D of the ultimate manipulation technology of atoms and molecules (high-efficiency and analysis and manipulation technology for DNA); 1997 nendo sangyo kagaku gijutsu kenkyu kaihatsu jigyo Shin energy Sangyo gijutsu Sogo Kaihatsu Kiko itaku. Genshi bunshi kyokugen sosa gijutsu no kenkyu kaihatsu seika hokokusho (DNA nado kokoritsu kaiseki sosa gijutsu kaihatsu)

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    1998-03-01

    This paper describes R and D of the ultimate manipulation technology of atoms and molecules (atom technology). Through the observation of super spiral DNA fixed on a spermin or spermidine treated mica substrate by AFM (atomic force microscope), fixation of DNA without any deformation in solution was clarified, and visualization of the spiral structure of DNA were successfully achieved. Manipulation of Xe atoms adsorbed on an Si(111) surface was certainly possible by using STM (scanning tunneling microscope)/atom probe equipment. A nucleation mechanism in crystal growth was studied for various organic source-molecules/GaAs(001) surface systems, and formation of high-density nuclei on the GaAs surface was achieved by accelerating the translational energy of Ga material molecules up to 6eV or more. Ziegler- Natta catalysis important for industrial polymerization of olefin molecules was precisely analyzed by first-principle dynamic simulation. A large-scale simulation of zeolite catalyst is also in promotion for methanol to gasoline conversion. 51 refs., 87 figs., 7 tabs.

  6. Fiscal 1998 R and D project on global environmental industrial technology. Research result report on DNA analysis and information processing technology for photosynthesis microorganisms (Development of CO{sub 2} fixation and effective use technology by using bacteria and algae); 1998 nendo chikyu kankyo sangyo gijutsu kenkyu kaihatsu jigyo. Kogosei biseibutsu nado DNA kaiseki joho shori gijutsu no kenkyu (saikin sorui nado riyo nisanka tanso koteika yuko riyo gijutsu kaihatsu) seika hokokusho

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    1999-03-01

    This report summarizes the fiscal 1998 research result on DNA analysis and information processing technology for photosynthesis microorganisms. On the study on DNA analysis technology by triple-strand formation method, as the comparison study result of a READ method, stable triple- strand formation method and hairpin method, a READ method showed the highest triple-strand formation efficiency for target DNA. On the study on accurate separation technology of specific genes, establishment of protocols was promoted for solid-phase probe technology, subtract technology and leveling technology. On the study on DNA microarray analysis technology by high-efficiency hybridization method, the analysis technology of genes by hybridization method using DNA chips is under investigation. In addition, the high- efficiency analysis technology of specific DNA segments by using an affinity sensor, and the high-accuracy cloning technology for DNA with altered primary structure were also studied. (NEDO)

  7. Report on achievements in fiscal 1998. Development of technologies to put photovoltaic power generation systems into practical use - Research and development of solar beam power generation and utilization systems and ancillary technologies (Research and development of building material integrated modules - investigations and research on analysis of practical use); 1998 nendo taiyoko hatsuden system jitsuyoka gijutsu kaihatsu seika hokokusho. Taiyoko hatsuden riyo system shuhen gijutsu no kenkyu kaihatsu (kenzai ittaigata module no kenkyu kaihatsu (jitsuyoka kaiseki ni kansuru chosa kenkyu))

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    1999-03-01

    Evaluations on performance for power generation and as building materials indispensably require collection and analysis of demonstration data. Demonstration test data were collected and analyzed on the following five systems: the roof panel system, the heat insulating panel system, the glass curtain wall system, the metallic curtain system, and building material responsive flexible module system. Specifically in the evaluation on the long-term reliability, unification was made on indications and criteria for annual power generation characteristics, and characteristics of insolation versus array output, insolation versus array efficiency, and insolation versus temperature rise. Monthly estimation accuracy evaluation was performed collectively on the summary of the power generation estimating method and the estimation results. (NEDO)

  8. Legal Services: The Army Legal Assistance Program

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    legal services providedpro bono publico are not always on a no-fee basis because a reduced fee for professional services may be permissible in such...y f o u n d w i t h i n a p r i n c i p a l residence. Pro bono publico Legal services provided by civilian attorneys “for the public good or welfare...business activities, 3–6, 3–8 P r i v i l e g e , a t t o r n e y - c l i e n t , 3 – 8 , 4 – 3 , 4 – 8 , 5–5 Prisoners, 2–5 Pro bono publico , 3–7

  9. Chang Kai-shek's “Humanitarian Bombs” and the Mirage Known as the “Manchurian-Mongolian Problem”: New Japanese-Language Perspectives on the Transnational History of Modern East Asia

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    Kyu Hyun Kim

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available On May 20, 1938, two American-made Chinese airplanes—Martin B-10 monoplane bombers—took off from Ningbo, Fujian province, in the direction of southwestern Japan. Instead of dropping bombs, they released propaganda materials produced by the Nationalist Party (Guomindang, pleading with the industrial workers, farmers, and petty bourgeois citizens of Japan to stop fighting China and resist their militarist government. This “humanitarian bombardment,” masterminded by Chiang Kai-shek, is little known today—perhaps deservedly so, for it had its embarrassing features. For one, the planes never reached the strategically important areas and merely flew over sparsely populated regions of Kumamoto and Miyazaki prefectures. Further, the propaganda materials were either voluntarily turned over to or confiscated by the Japanese authorities almost as soon as they hit the ground. As far as we can tell, the operation had little impact on the Japanese attitude toward China or on the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945... Iechika Ryōko 家近亮子,Shō Kaiseki no gaikō senryaku to Nitchū sensō 蒋介石の外交戦略と日中戦争[Chiang Kai-shek's diplomatic strategies and the Sino-Japanese War]. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten, 2012. ISBN: 978-4-00-025865-4. Nakami Tatsuo 中見立夫, 'Manmō mondai' no rekishiteki kōzu 満蒙問題の歴史的構図 [The historical composition of the “Manchurian-Mongolian problem”]. Tokyo: Daigaku Shuppankai, 2013. ISBN: 978-4-86-337131-6.

  10. Impact of protective shelterbelt microclimate characteristics

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    Lampartová Ivana

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available Evaluation of microclimate characteristics of a protective shelterbelt in Obelisk enclosure in 2010. Vegetation performs indispensable functions in the landscape. Protective shelterbelts are important landscape elements. Individual interventions to these ecosystems should be made with the intention to increase the retention capacity of the landscape, the biodiversity, and the stability of individual landscape elements and the landscape as a whole. This article presents the results of the measuring of the effect of model forest vegetation in the proximity of Obelisk in the Lednice-Valtice area on the microclimate. The protective shelterbelt, declared as a forest stand, is located in the cadastral area of Lednice, Podivin and Rakvice. A set of weather stations, supplied by AMET- Litschmann and Suchy Velke Bilovice, was used for the measuring. The stations measured wind velocity (m/s, soil temperature in depths of 5 and 10 cm (°C, air temperature (°C, radiation (W.m-2 and precipitation (mm from January 1 to December 31, 2010. The ImageTool application was used to establish optical porosity, based on photos taken in summer and winter. Optical porosity was established as a ratio of white spots to their total number in a specific section of a photograph. The optical porosity was 5% during the growing season and 23% outside the growing season. These values significantly differ from the optimum values for efficient semi-permeable PS, whose porosity is set to 40-50%.

  11. Reciprocity, spatial mapping and time reversal in electromagnetics

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    2011-01-01

    This long awaited second edition traces the original developments from the 1970s and brings them up to date with new and previously unpublished material to give this work a new lease of life for the early twenty-first century and readers new to the topic. In the winter of 1970-71, Colman Altman had been finding almost exact symmetries in the computed reflection and transmission matrices for plane-stratified magnetoplasmas when symmetrically related directions of incidence were compared. At the suggestion of Kurt Suchy the complex conjugate wave fields, used to construct the eigenmode amplitudes via the mean Poynting flux densities, were replaced by the adjoint wave fields that would propagate in a medium with transposed constitutive tensors, to yield a scattering theorem – reciprocity in k-space -- in the computer output. To prove the result analytically, one had to investigate the properties of the adjoint Maxwell system, and the two independent proofs that followed, in 1975 and 1979, proceeded according t...

  12. On the validity of self-report assessment of cognitive abilities: Attentional control scale associations with cognitive performance, emotional adjustment, and personality.

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    Williams, Paula G; Rau, Holly K; Suchy, Yana; Thorgusen, Sommer R; Smith, Timothy W

    2017-05-01

    Individual differences in attentional control involve the ability to voluntarily direct, shift, and sustain attention. In studies of the role of attentional control in emotional adjustment, social relationships, and vulnerability to the effects of stress, self-report questionnaires are commonly used to measure this construct. Yet, convincing evidence of the association between self-report scales and actual cognitive performance has not been demonstrated. Across 2 independent samples, we examined associations between self-reported attentional control (Attentional Control Scale; ACS), self-reported emotional adjustment, Five-Factor Model personality traits (NEO Personality Inventory-Revised) and performance measures of attentional control. Study 1 examined behavioral performance on the Attention Network Test (ANT; Fan, McCandliss, Sommer, Raz, & Posner, 2002) and the Modified Switching Task (MST; Suchy & Kosson, 2006) in a large sample (n = 315) of healthy young adults. Study 2 (n = 78) examined behavioral performance on standardized neuropsychological tests of attention, including Conner's Continuous Performance Test-II and subtests from the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scales, Third Edition (WAIS-III; Psychological Corporation, 1997) and Delis-Kaplan Executive Function System (D-KEFS; Delis, Kaplan, & Kramer, 2001). Results indicated that the ACS was largely unrelated to behavioral performance measures of attentional control but was significantly associated with emotional adjustment, neuroticism, and conscientiousness. These findings suggest that although self-reported attentional control may be a useful construct, researchers using the ACS should exercise caution in interpreting it as a proxy for actual cognitive ability or performance. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2017 APA, all rights reserved).

  13. A comparison of synchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation and pressure-regulated volume control ventilation in elderly patients with acute exacerbations of COPD and respiratory failure

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    Chang SC

    2016-05-01

    Full Text Available Suchi Chang,1 Jindong Shi,2 Cuiping Fu,1 Xu Wu,1 Shanqun Li1 1Department of Respiratory Medicine, Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University, Shanghai, 2Department of Respiratory Medicine, The Fifth People’s Hospital of Shanghai, Fudan University, Shanghai, People’s Republic of China Background: COPD is the third leading cause of death worldwide. Acute exacerbations of COPD may cause respiratory failure, requiring intensive care unit admission and mechanical ventilation. Intensive care unit patients with acute exacerbations of COPD requiring mechanical ventilation have higher mortality rates than other hospitalized patients. Although mechanical ventilation is the most effective intervention for these conditions, invasive ventilation techniques have yielded variable effects. Objective: We evaluated pressure-regulated volume control (PRVC ventilation treatment efficacy and preventive effects on pulmonary barotrauma in elderly COPD patients with respiratory failure. Patients and methods: Thirty-nine intubated patients were divided into experimental and control groups and treated with the PRVC and synchronized intermittent mandatory ventilation – volume control methods, respectively. Vital signs, respiratory mechanics, and arterial blood gas analyses were monitored for 2–4 hours and 48 hours. Results: Both groups showed rapidly improved pH, partial pressure of oxygen (PaO2, and PaO2 per fraction of inspired O2 levels and lower partial pressure of carbon dioxide (PaCO2 levels. The pH and PaCO2 levels at 2–4 hours were lower and higher, respectively, in the test group than those in the control group (P<0.05 for both; after 48 hours, blood gas analyses showed no statistical difference in any marker (P>0.05. Vital signs during 2–4 hours and 48 hours of treatment showed no statistical difference in either group (P>0.05. The level of peak inspiratory pressure in the experimental group after mechanical ventilation for 2–4 hours and 48

  14. Przewlekły kaszel u dzieci – problem diagnostyczny i terapeutyczny

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    Anna Jung

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available Kaszel jest fizjologicznym odruchem obronnym organizmu, skierowanym przeciw czynnikom drażniącym błonę śluzową dróg oddechowych. Może być także pierwszym objawem choroby. W zależności od długości utrzymywania się objawów wyróżniamy kaszel ostry, przedłużający się oraz przewlekły. Kaszel może być napa‑ dowy, charakterystyczny dla astmy czy krztuśca, lub szczekający, z typową dusznością wdechową występującą w podgłośniowym zapaleniu krtani, suchy lub wilgotny. Szczególnym jego rodzajem jest kaszel poinfekcyjny, związany z uszkodzeniem nabłonka oddechowego, nasileniem wrażliwości receptorów kaszlowych i wtórną nadreaktywnością oskrzeli. Ponadto wyróżniamy kaszel psychogenny, polekowy oraz alergiczny. Diagnostyka przewlekłego kaszlu obejmuje szczegółowy wywiad kliniczny, badanie przedmiotowe oraz dodatkowe bada‑ nia diagnostyczne. Do czynników zakaźnych, które predysponują do długo utrzymującego się kaszlu, należą wirusy, szczególnie często wirus RS, drobnoustroje atypowe: Mycoplasma pneumoniae, Chlamydia pneumo‑ niae, Legionella pneumophila, a także bakterie, przede wszystkim pałeczka krztuśca. Oprócz schorzeń infek‑ cyjnych w analizie przyczyn kaszlu u małych dzieci należy uwzględnić obecność refluksu żołądkowo‑przeły‑ kowego, choroby alergiczne (przede wszystkim astmę, przewlekłe zapalenie zatok obocznych nosa, aspirację ciała obcego, a także wrodzone wady i przewlekłe choroby układu oddechowego, w tym mukowiscydozę czy zaburzenia ruchomości rzęsek. Diagnostyka przewlekłego kaszlu powinna obejmować również przyczyny kar‑ diologiczne. Niejednokrotnie charakter kaszlu i objawy towarzyszące wskazują na jego przyczynę. W leczeniu kaszlu stosujemy leki przyczynowe oraz leki działające objawowo, do których zaliczamy leki przeciwkaszlowe i sekretolityczne/mukolityczne. Spośród leków przeciwkaszlowych w uporczywym suchym kaszlu dopusz‑ cza