In this paper thermal decomposition mecha nism of RDX in inertial solvents was studied by means of special Brudon apparatu s. On basis of N-NO 2 bond dissociation many secondary reactions were outlined , and with these reactions our own and related literature experimental facts can be explained: in ertial solvent effect on RDX decomposition rate, effect of RDX concentration in benzene on RDX thermal gas producing and the formation of nitr oso-RDX.
By test and theoretical analyses,the original 15 items of the Second Class Checkout are rationally re- duced to 5 items. This method can be easily mastered by troops and can ensure reliable checkont result.
The characteristics are analyzed on partly changed surface of ground in big scene battlefield. It is established that the first coordinate to describe big battlefield and the second coordinate to describe part surface of ground in big battlefield.
In the second example, we obtain a proof of the Chalyh-Veselov conjecture that the Calogero-Moser system with integer parameter is algebraically integrable, using the results of Felder and Varchenko.
A local-global principle is proved by the second named author in the adjacent paper of this volume.
In the second part we apply this method to obtain pseudo-Riemannian homogeneous manifolds with real Killing spinors.
We derive two consequences: the first is a new proof of Lusztig's description of the intersection cohomology of nilpotent orbit closures for GLn, and the second is an analogous description for GL2n/Sp2n.
The second part consists in the normalization of the Burkhardt dual.
Behavior near the boundary of positive solutions of second order parabolic equations
We state a localization principle for expansions in eigenfunctions of a self-adjoint second order elliptic operator and we prove an equiconvergence result between eigenfunction expansions and trigonometric expansions.
We also obtain a way of constructing an arbitrary number of non-Gaussian continuous time processes whose second order properties are the same as those of fractional Brownian motion.
The line search functions used are Han's nondifferentiable penalty functions with a second order penalty term.
Finally, we prove the global convergence and the local second order convergence of the algorithm.