The article analyzes three calculation methods for Tunnel 7 # segment structure of Yellow River Diversion Project Connection Works, and the final caculation results has been applicated successfully in the project and obtained the expected effect.
We describe the main results obtained in a joint work with Athanasopoulos and Caffarelli on the regularity of viscosity solutions and of their free boundaries for a rather general class of parabolic phase transition problems.
The derivation of our algorithm depends on certain properties of joint analyticity (with respect to spatial variables and perturbations) which had not been established before this work.
These characterizations are based on the joint conditional probability distribution of arrival times given that the number of arrivals occuring up to any fixed time is known.
This paper considers how to find some joint distributions and their marginal distributions of crossing time and renewal numbers related to two PH-renewal processes by constructing an absorbing Markov process.
Joint model and criterion optimal experiment design
In this paper, a new numerical method, the coupling method of spherical harmonic function spectral and finite elements, for a unsteady transport equation is discussed, and the error analysis of this scheme is proved.
In this paper, a new preparation method of 3,5-dinitrobenzoyl-bonded silica gel stationary phase (DNB) for HPLC was developed by using N-(β-aminoethyl)-γ-aminopropyl-methyldimethoxy silane as coupling reagent.
A series of fluorene-alt-benzene based conjugated main chain polymers chemically attached with alkyl side chains of different lengths on phenylene rings were designed and synthesized by a palladium catalyzed Suzuki coupling reaction.
A poly(vinyl alcohol) hydrogel was prepared by coupling poly(vinyl alcohol) with epichlorohydrin as the cross-linking agent.
Proteins could be directly immobilized onto these nanoparticles by a simple coupling process without losing their biological activities.