The linear relation between the velocity differences of the two sides of the trailing edge and the exit angle β_2 has been found, it shows the range of linear variation of β_2 decreases with the increment of the length of the region behind cascades, in addition, the linear variational relation between tanβ_2~(1/2) and L_3 has also been obtained.
For trailing edge problem,the integral equation of Kutta condition and the differential equation of vorticity conservation are solved simultaneously,and the vorticity distribution Υ(y)is found with t (time) and x (longitudinal location) as parameters.
Results: The length of falciform fold along optic nerve was 0.4～4.6mm. One third of optic nerve bulged. All of the tuberculum sellae were flat.The majority of posterior margins of optic chiasma were posterior to dorsum sella.
Methods: The angle of the cranial base margin of the subarachnoid space(SAS) at the superior posterior margin of the dorsum sellae(ACBM), the angle of the anterior margin of the SAS at the CCJ(AACC) and the angle of the posterior margin of the SAS at the CCJ(APCC) were measured on MRI T2WI of the central sagittal slices at the cranial bases and the CCJs of 106 cases of normal Chinese and two patients with BI.
Results:After entering into the sternocleidomastoid muscle, 75% of accessory nerves gave off 2 branches and 25% only 1. The distance from accessory nerve to the great auricular nerve was about 1.24±0.51 cm, to clavicular midpoint 10.72±1.67 cm, and 12.46±1.19 cm to sternoclavicular joint after leaving the posterior edge of sternocleidomastoid muscle.
The magnitude of this flow circulation is determined from the condition under which the flow leaves the trailing edge of the body (the analog of the Chaplygin-Zhukovskii postulate in potential flow).
We solve the problem of the natural oscillations of a gas flowing past a cascade of flat plates under the Joukowsky-Chaplygin condition that the velocity at the trailing edge of the profiles is finite.
The formation of a laminar wake in the flow behind a shock wave when the latter is shed from the trailing edge of a semi-infinite plate is investigated in this paper.
An analytic solution of the problem of the wake in the neighborhood of the trailing edge is obtained, from which it follows that, in contrast to , there is no line of singularities in the nonstationary boundary-layer equations in the flow domain.
This fact is also verified by the analysis of the flow in the neighborhood of a line of tagged particles leaving the trailing edge simultaneously with the shock wave.
Vibratory sense was also tested quantitatively on the dorsum of the foot with a pallesthesiometer.2.Good correlation was found between sensory tibial nerve potentials and vibration sense in subclinical as well as in clinical uremic polyneuropathy.
Contralateral evoked potentials were recorded after electrical stimulation of the dorsum of the foot (spinal segment L5) and the ulnar side of the hand (spinal segment C7 or C8).
The patients complaint of pains on the dorsum of the foot, especially at night.
In the dorsum of the foot, red cell flux did not change during 75% maximum voluntary contraction, although foot cutaneous vascular resistance increased significantly by the end of the first minute of contraction.
At the hand level two recording sites were selected: palm-dorsum proximally and ventral-dorsal tip of the third finger distally.
On the anterior edge of pereionite 1 and the posterior edge of pereionite 5, specialized areas were found that allow penetration of the male's dactyli in the inter-segmental spaces of the female.
Using six cadaver knees, an isometric point was found 3?mm distal to the posterior edge of Blumensaat's line, at the 10:30-11:00 o'clock position in right knees, at the antero-proximal edge of the anatomic ACL attachment.
During both the upward and downward movements of the wing, its posterior edge lagged behind the anterior one, i.e.
Before penetrating the mussels, the worm first straddles the valves at the posterior edge of the shell and then, after having digested the posterior adductor muscle, removes and swallows the soft parts of the prey.
Smaller C4 and C5 tubules, located at the posterior edge, contained only relict oocytes.