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  • The use of ETO in 2-stage reconstruction of the hip for infection

    Shi, Xiaojun   Zhou, Zongke   Shen, Bin   Yang, Jing   Kang, Pengde   Pei, Fuxing  

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  • Evolution of the Optical Gap in the Acene Series: Undecacene

    Shen, Bin   Tatchen, J?rg   Sanchez Garcia, Elsa   Bettinger, Holger  

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  • Market disruptions in supply chains: a review of operational models

    Shen, Bin   Li, Qingying  

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  • Attentional bias to betel quid cues: An eye tracking study.

    Shen, Bin   Chiu, Meng-Chun   Li, Shuo-Heng   Huang, Guo-Joe   Liu, Ling-Jun   Ho, Ming-Chou  

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  • Brand loyalties in designer luxury and fast fashion co-branding alliances

    Shen, Bin   Choi, Tsan-Ming   Chow, Pui-Sze  

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  • Research and Development of S-Band High Power Multibeam Klystron

    Shen, Bin   Ding, Yaogen   Zhang, Zhaochuan   Gu, Honghong   Ding, Haibing   Cao, Jing   Wang, Caiying   Gao, Dongping  

    The design, manufacture, and test of an S-band high power multibeam klystron (MBK) are presented in this paper. The test results indicate that the performance of the MBK satisfies the design requirement. Several technical problems, such as the oscillation of high-order modes, a decrease of the beam current under no-driver (oscillating) conditions, and the high-voltage breakdown are also discussed. Some improvements have been taken to overcome these problems. The improved tube has a beam transmission rate over 98%, and operates very stably under DC and RF conditions.
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  • Ex-vivo expansion of nonhuman primate CD34+cells by stem cell factor Sall4B

    Shen, Bin   Zhang, Yu   Dai, Wei   Ma, Yupo   Jiang, Yongping  

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  • Graphical Fault Diagnosis Expert System of CNC Machine Tool Based on B/S

    Shen, Bin   Zhao, Shu Yu   Wang, Jia Hai   Fleischer, Juergen  

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  • Generation of gene-modified mice via Cas9/RNA-mediated gene targeting

    Shen, Bin   Zhang, Jun   Wu, Hongya   Wang, Jianying   Ma, Ke   Li, Zheng   Zhang, Xueguang   Zhang, Pumin   Huang, Xingxu  

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  • SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR PROVIDING INTERNET-BASED EXPERT SERVICES

    This disclosure presents systems and methods for providing Internet-based expert services to users. The systems and methods employs dedicated communication channels, for example, instant message channels, to facilitate service delivery and collaboration between the expert service system and experts.
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  • Ontology-Based Fault Diagnosis Knowledge Representation of CNC Machine Tool

    Shen, Bin   Zhao, Shu Yu   Wang, Jia Hai  

    In order to improve the knowledge representation in the field of CNC machine tool fault diagnosis, a method of knowledge representation based on ontology was proposed. Firstly, the fault diagnosis process in this field were described and analyzed. Secondly, the definitions of ontology such as classes, attributes, relations, and functions were provided, in order to describe the process of knowledge representation based on ontology. At last, the model with OWL of fault diagnosis of CNC lathe was constructed with the protege. It shows that the method proposed in this article to can improve the description of the CNC machine tool fault diagnosis.
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  • Renting Fashion with Strategic Customers in the Sharing Economy

    Yuan, Quan   Shen, Bin  

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  • Patterned flexible graphene sensor via printing and interface assembly

    Xue, Tangyue   Yang, Huige   Shen, Bin   Li, Fengyu   Su, Meng   Hu, Xiaotian   Liu, Wentao   Song, Yanlin  

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  • Strongly and weakly affine vector fields on Finsler manifolds

    Shen, Bin  

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  • A Heat Transfer Model Based on Finite Difference Method for Grinding

    Shen, Bin   Shih, Albert J.   Xiao, Guoxian  

    A heat transfer model for grinding has been developed based on the finite difference method (FDM). The proposed model can solve transient heat transfer problems in grinding, and has the flexibility to deal with different boundary conditions. The model is first validated by comparing it with the traditional heat transfer model for grinding which assumes the semiinfinite workpiece size and adiabatic boundary conditions. Then it was used to investigate the effects of workpiece size, feed rate, and cooling boundary conditions. Simulation results show that when the workpiece is short or the feed rate is low, transient heat transfer becomes more dominant during grinding. Results also show that cooling in the grinding contact zone has much more significant impact on the reduction of workpiece temperature than that in the leading edge or trailing edge. The model is further applied to investigate the convection heat transfer at the workpiece surface in wet and minimum quantity lubrication (MQL) grinding. Based on the assumption of linearly varying convection heat transfer coefficient in the grinding contact zone, FDM model is able to calculate convection coefficient from the experimentally measured grinding temperature profile. The average convection heat transfer coefficient in the grinding contact zone was estimated as 4.2 x 10(5) W/m(2)-K for wet grinding and 2.5 x 10(4) W/m(2)-K for MQL grinding using vitrified bond CBN wheels. [DOI: 10.1115/1.4003947]
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  • Analysis of co-occurrence networks with clique occurrence information

    Shen, Bin   Li, Yixiao  

    Most of co-occurrence networks only record co-occurrence relationships between two entities, and ignore the weights of co-occurrence cliques whose size is bigger than two. However, this ignored information may help us to gain insight into the co-occurrence phenomena of systems. In this paper, we analyze co-occurrence networks with clique occurrence information (CNCI) thoroughly. First, we describe the components of CNCIs and discuss the generation of clique occurrence information. And then, to illustrate the importance and usefulness of clique occurrence information, several metrics, i.e. single occurrence rate, average size of maximal co-occurrence cliques and four types of co-occurrence coefficients etc., are given. Moreover, some applications, such as combining co-occurrence frequency with structure-oriented centrality measures, are also discussed.
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