Analysis of Injection velocity Effects on Rocket Motor Dynamics and Stability

2 Injectionvelocity sensitivity , Q 1,6 1 8 Amplitude 4 ... Combustion and Flame , vol . 1 , no . 2 , June 1957 , pp . 229-240 . 16. Crocco , L. , Grey , J. , and Harrje , D. T .: On the Importance of the Sensitive Time Lag in ...

Analysis of Injection velocity Effects on Rocket Motor Dynamics and Stability


Achieving sustainable production of poultry meat Volume 1

Scans were taken 0.5 (left) and 4 (right) h after injection. Light area in the muscles indicate distribution of brine with NaCl. greatest in the initial 5 min, with further enhancement observed for 196, 171 and 138%, respectively, ...

Achieving sustainable production of poultry meat Volume 1

To meet growing demand, the FAO has estimated that world poultry production needs to grow by 2-3% per year to 2030. Much of the increase in output already achieved has been as a result of improvements in commercial breeds combined with rearing in more intensive production systems. However, more intensive systems and complex supply chains have increased the risk of rapid transmission of animal diseases and zoonoses. Consumer expectations of sensory and nutritional quality have never been higher. At the same time consumers are more concerned about the environmental impact of poultry production as well as animal welfare. Drawing on an international range of expertise, this book reviews research on safety, quality and sustainability issues in poultry production. Part 1 discusses risks from pathogens, detection and safety management on farms and in slaughterhouse operations. Part 2 looks at ways of enhancing the flavour, colour, texture and nutritional quality of poultry meat. Finally, the book reviews the environmental impact of poultry production. Achieving sustainable production of poultry meat Volume 1: Safety, quality and sustainability will be a standard reference for poultry and food scientists in universities, government and other research centres and companies involved in poultry production. It is accompanied by two further volumes which review poultry breeding, nutrition, health and welfare.

Strong Optical Injection Locking of Edge emitting Lasers and Its Applications

[ 76 ] A. Kuramoto and S. Yamashita , " All - optical regeneration using a side - mode injectionlocked semiconductor ... with external light injection , " Conference on Lasers and Electro - Optics ( CLEO ) vol . 1 , pp . 2 , May 2004 .

Strong Optical Injection Locking of Edge emitting Lasers and Its Applications

Semiconductor lasers are essential components that enable high-speed long-haul communication and have been widely used for various applications in photonics technology. Semiconductor lasers under optical injection locking exhibit superior performance over free-running lasers and provide useful applications not achievable through the free-running lasers. The performance of injection-locked lasers has been found to be significantly improved with stronger injection. In this dissertation, the characteristics and applications of semiconductor lasers under strong optical injection locking are presented and analyzed in various aspects. First, ultra-strong (injection ratio R ̃10 dB) optical injection locking properties are investigated experimentally and theoretically. Direct modulation responses of ultra-strong optical injection-locked distributed feedback (DFB) lasers show three distinctive modulation characteristics depending on frequency detuning values. These different optical properties and electric modulation characteristics can be utilized in various applications such as analog fiber optic link, broadband digital communications, RF photonics and opto-electronic oscillators (OEOs). Using the strong injection-locked lasers, a novel single sideband generation has been demonstrated. A modulation sideband on the longer wavelength side is enhanced due to the resonant amplification by the slave laser's cavity mode, resulting in a 12-dB asymmetry at 20-GHz RF modulation. The dispersion limited RF bandwidth has been greatly increased by maintaining the variation of fiber transmission response within 7 dB up to 20-GHz RF carrier frequency over 80-km fiber transmission. Second, to improve fiber optic link performances, gain-lever distributed Bragg reflector (DBR) lasers have been fabricated. With a gain-lever modulation, 9-dB increase of a link gain has been achieved compared with a standard modulation.

ECCS Heat Transfer Experiences with Upper Head Injection

... 4 8 8 8 4 The Injection Pattern associated with these tests and number of ports is shown in Figure 4.2.3-53 , " Various UHI Injection Patterns " , " ECCS Heat Transfer Experiments with Upper Head Injection " , Volume 1 Test Facility ...

ECCS Heat Transfer Experiences with Upper Head Injection


Some Critical Issues for Injection Molding

66, No. 1, (October 1997), pp. 141-150. ISSN 0021-8995 Sheth, H.R. & Nunn, R.E. (1998). An adaptive control methodology for the injection molding process. Part 1: Material data generation. Journal of Injection Molding Technology, Vol.

Some Critical Issues for Injection Molding

This book is composed of different chapters which are related to the subject of injection molding and written by leading international academic experts in the field. It contains introduction on polymer PVT measurements and two main application areas of polymer PVT data in injection molding, optimization for injection molding process, Powder Injection Molding which comprises Ceramic Injection Molding and Metal Injection Molding, ans some special techniques or applications in injection molding. It provides some clear presentation of injection molding process and equipment to direct people in plastics manufacturing to solve problems and avoid costly errors. With useful, fundamental information for knowing and optimizing the injection molding operation, the readers could gain some working knowledge of the injection molding.

Injection Vol 1

Once upon a time, there were five crazy people. And they poisoned the 21st Century. From the creators of Moon Knight: From the Dead, collecting issues 1-5 of INJECTION, the story of five mad geniuses trying to save us all from themselves.

Injection Vol  1

Once upon a time, there were five crazy people. And they poisoned the 21st Century. From the creators of Moon Knight: From the Dead, collecting issues 1-5 of INJECTION, the story of five mad geniuses trying to save us all from themselves.

Ducted Fan Design Volume 1

Volume 1 - Propulsion Physics and Design of Fans and Long-Chord Ducts F. Marc de Piolenc, George E. Wright, Jr. ... Orbital, an Australian firm, has been licensing their technology for 2-stroke fuel injection to the builders of small ...

Ducted Fan Design  Volume 1

Presents a simplified method of designing ducted fans for light aircraft propulsion. Includes a survey of ducted-fan-powered aircraft, ranging from amateur-built airplanes to military models and prototypes. Detailed discussion of engines and list of suitable powerplants drawn from automobiles, ATVs and personal watercraft. Extensive technical bibliography and list of sources.

Acid Precipitation

17.1- PO Box 23205 , Pleasant Hill , CA into a duct to simulate injection into the 17.15 ) 94523. ( CONF - 9110106 - Vol.1 ) . duct upstream of an electrostatic preEffects of spray dryer effluent on the From 9. particulate control ...

Acid Precipitation


Computer Modeling for Injection Molding

F., etal.,An implicit control volume finiteelement method anditstime stepstrategies for injection molding simulation. ... Spalding D.B., GENMIX: A General Computer Program for TwoDimensional Parabolic Phenomena, Vol. 1.

Computer Modeling for Injection Molding

This book covers a wide range of applications and uses of simulation and modeling techniques in polymer injection molding, filling a noticeable gap in the literature of design, manufacturing, and the use of plastics injection molding. The authors help readers solve problems in the advanced control, simulation, monitoring, and optimization of injection molding processes. The book provides a tool for researchers and engineers to calculate the mold filling, optimization of processing control, and quality estimation before prototype molding.

Guide to Arthrocentesis and Soft Tissue Injection

If a bicipital groove injection is employed, it is imperative to maintain the bevel the needle parallel to the fibers ... Having identified the adjacent bone, the needle is withdrawn 1⁄4 to 3⁄8 inch and redirected into the groove (1⁄4 ...

Guide to Arthrocentesis and Soft Tissue Injection

This concise, user-friendly, pocket-size handbook of best practices provides expert guidance on how to use arthrocentesis and soft tissue injection to diagnose and treat the most common musculoskeletal disorders seen in primary care, including strains, sprains, overuse injuries, inflammatory and arthritic conditions, and more. A consistent organization, clear illustrations, and low cost make this a must-have for anyone who regularly sees patients with orthopedic complaints. Features the expertise of Dr. Bruce Carl Anderson, a world authority on orthopedic practice in primary care. Offers proven, straightforward "how-to's" of arthrocentesis and injection procedures for the most common orthopedic problems. Features detailed descriptions, simple line drawings, and crisp imaging to clearly show every aspect of proper procedure. Presents at-a-glance differential diagnosis and confirmations tables at the beginning of each section. Provides comprehensive appendices, including follow-up procedures and tables for physical therapy, radiology, laboratory tests, and all other support activities. Uses a consistent format for easy reference.

Plant Metabolomics

GC/MS analysis: a DB-5 MS column (30 m × 0.25 mm × 0.25 μm) was used for separation, with helium as the carrier gas at constant flow (1.8 mL/min), injection temperature 290 °C, injection volume 1 μL, and split ratio 10:1.

Plant Metabolomics

This book introduces plant metabolomics, an experimental approach that is important in both functional genomics and systems biology. It can be argued that metabolite data is most closely linked to phenotypes and that changes in metabolite content or metabolic networks can therefore indicate gene function more directly than mRNA transcript or protein based-approaches. Additionally, the identification of metabolic markers has important applications in plant breeding. The book, written by researchers who are active in plant metabolomics in China, not only introduces the fundamental concepts and the latest methodological advances in the field of plant metabolomics, but also details new studies from the respective scientific programs of the authors and thus reflects the current state of domestic plant metabolomics research. Professor Xiaoquan Qi is the principal investigator at the Institute of Botany, CAS. Professor Xiaoya Chen is a member of the Chinese Academy of Science and also is the principal investigator at the Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences, CAS. Professor Yulan Wang is leading a team in BioSpectroscopy and Metabolomics at the Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics, CAS.

The Principles of Antiseptic Methods Applied to Obstetric Practice

1 , p . 305 . Cory . “ Death from intra - uterine injection of perchloride of iron . ” Med . Times and Gaz . , 1879 , vol . 1 , p . 383 . Hermann . “ Sudden death during an injection of perchloride of iron into the uterus .

The Principles of Antiseptic Methods Applied to Obstetric Practice


Introduction to Pharmaceutical Analytical Chemistry

... and the flow rate and injection volume has to be changed accordingly, as exemplified in Box 12.1. A column with an internal diameter of 4.6 mm is commonly operated with a flow rate of 1 mL/min and an injection volume of 20μL, ...

Introduction to Pharmaceutical Analytical Chemistry

The definitive textbook on the chemical analysis of pharmaceutical drugs ­– fully revised and updated Introduction to Pharmaceutical Analytical Chemistry enables students to gain fundamental knowledge of the vital concepts, techniques and applications of the chemical analysis of pharmaceutical ingredients, final pharmaceutical products and drug substances in biological fluids. A unique emphasis on pharmaceutical laboratory practices, such as sample preparation and separation techniques, provides an efficient and practical educational framework for undergraduate studies in areas such as pharmaceutical sciences, analytical chemistry and forensic analysis. Suitable for foundational courses, this essential undergraduate text introduces the common analytical methods used in quantitative and qualitative chemical analysis of pharmaceuticals. This extensively revised second edition includes a new chapter on chemical analysis of biopharmaceuticals, which includes discussions on identification, purity testing and assay of peptide and protein-based formulations. Also new to this edition are improved colour illustrations and tables, a streamlined chapter structure and text revised for increased clarity and comprehension. Introduces the fundamental concepts of pharmaceutical analytical chemistry and statistics Presents a systematic investigation of pharmaceutical applications absent from other textbooks on the subject Examines various analytical techniques commonly used in pharmaceutical laboratories Provides practice problems, up-to-date practical examples and detailed illustrations Includes updated content aligned with the current European and United States Pharmacopeia regulations and guidelines Covering the analytical techniques and concepts necessary for pharmaceutical analytical chemistry, Introduction to Pharmaceutical Analytical Chemistry is ideally suited for students of chemical and pharmaceutical sciences as well as analytical chemists transitioning into the field of pharmaceutical analytical chemistry.

Quantitative Vapor Phase Imaging of In cylinder Diesel Fuel Sprays

References 1 Heywood, John 13.; Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals; McGraw-Hill, Inc.; New York: 1988 2 Flynn P., ... and Vapor Spray Structure in High-Pressure Common Rail Diesel Injection"; Alomizalion and Sprays, Vol. 1 1 , No.

Quantitative Vapor Phase Imaging of In cylinder Diesel Fuel Sprays


NCI Monographs

It was mixed 1 : 1 with the appropriate cisplatin solution by repeated transfer between 2 syringes via a narrow ... of the ratio of matrix volume to tumor volume on the response of the tumor to the intratumoral injection ( table 1 ) .

NCI Monographs


Molecular Technology Volume 1

Figure 2.10 Observed grazing incidence in‐plane synchrotron GIXRD profiles (λ = 1.549 Å, incidence angle, α = 0.12°) for PdTCPP spread on the pure water subphase before (black line) and after (red line) injection of the copper ion ...

Molecular Technology  Volume 1

Edited by foremost leaders in chemical research together with a number of distinguished international authors, this first of four volumes summarizes the most important and promising recent chemical developments in energy science all in one book. Interdisciplinary and application-oriented, this ready reference focuses on chemical methods that deliver practical solutions for energy problems, covering new developments in advanced materials for energy conversion, semiconductors and much more besides. Of great interest to chemists as well as researchers in the fields of energy science in academia and industry.

Ground water Quality and Trends at Two Industrial Wastewater injection Sites in Northwestern Florida 1975 91

DESCRIPTION OF WASTEWATERINJECTION SITES Descriptions of hydrogeologic setting , locations , and construction of injection ... The cumulative volume of wastewater injection at site 1 from 1963 to 1991 was about 24 billion gallons ( fig ...

Ground water Quality and Trends at Two Industrial Wastewater injection Sites in Northwestern Florida  1975 91


Flow Analysis of Injection Molds

XIII Int. Congress Rheol., volume 1, pages 83–85, Cambridge, 2000. R. Webster. An algebraic multigrid solver for Navier-Stokes problems. Int. J. Num. Meth. Fluids, 18:761–780, 1994. R. Webster. An algebraic multigrid solver for ...

Flow Analysis of Injection Molds

Given the importance of injection molding as a process as well as the simulation industry that supports it, there was a need for a book that deals solely with the modeling and simulation of injection molding. This book meets that need. The modeling and simulation details of filling, packing, residual stress, shrinkage, and warpage of amorphous, semi-crystalline, and fiber-filled materials are described. This book is essential for simulation software users, as well as for graduate students and researchers who are interested in enhancing simulation. And for the specialist, numerous appendices provide detailed information on the topics discussed in the chapters. Contents: Part 1 The Current State of Simulation: Introduction, Stress and Strain in Fluid Mechanics, Material Properties of Polymers, Governing Equations, Approximations for Injection Molding, Numerical Methods for Solution Part 2 Improving Molding Simulation: Improved Fiber Orientation Modeling, Improved Mechanical Property Modeling, Long Fiber-Filled Materials, Crystallization, Effects of Crystallizations on Rheology and Thermal Properties, Colorant Effects, Prediction of Post-Molding Shrinkage and Warpage, Additional Issues of Injection-Molding Simulation, Epilogue Appendices: History of Injection-Molding Simulation, Tensor Notation, Derivation of Fiber Evolution Equations, Dimensional Analysis of Governing Equations, The Finite Difference Method, The Finite Element Method, Numerical Methods for the 2.5D Approximation, Three-Dimensional FEM for Mold Filling Analysis, Level Set Method, Full Form of Mori-Tanaka Model

Micro Total Analysis Systems 2002

We show that the injection volume can be decreased to 10 PL . ... Introduction Evaporation driven liquid flow as an alternative liquid transport method through micro channels was recently established [ 1,2 ] . This pumping concept uses ...

Micro Total Analysis Systems 2002

The Sixth International Conference on Miniaturized Chemical and Biochemical Analysis Systems, known as /JTAS2002, will be fully dedicated to the latest scientific and technological developments in the field of miniaturized devices and systems for realizing not only chemical and biochemical analysis but also synthesis. The first /JTAS meeting was held in Enschede in 1994 with approximately 160 participants, bringing together the scientists with background in analytical and biochemistry with those with Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) in one workshop. We are grateful to Piet Bergveld and Albert van den Berg of MESA Research Institute of the University of Twente for their great efforts to arrange this exciting first meeting. The policy of the meeting was succeeded by late Prof. Dr. Michael Widmer in the second meeting, /JTAS'96 held in Basel with 275 participants. The first two meetings were held as informal workshops. From the third workshop, /JTAS'98 (420 participants) held in Banff, the workshop had become a worldwide conference. Participants continued to increase in /JTAS2000 (about 500 participants) held in Enschede and /JTAS2001 (about 700 participants) held in Monterey. The number of submitted papers also dramatically increased in this period from 130 in 1998, 230 in 2000 to nearly 400 in 2001. From 2001, /JTAS became an annual symposium. The steering committee meeting held in Monterey, confrrmed the policy of former /JTAS that quality rather than quantity would be the key-point and that the parallel-session format throughout the 3.

Gradient HPLC for Practitioners

to 100 mmol/l in 10 min; flow rate: 0.6 ml/min; detection: CAD; injection volume: 1 pil; peaks: 0.02–0.1 mg/ml orthophosphate (1), sodium (2), potassium (3), chloride (4), malate (5), bromide (6), nitrate (7), citrate (8), fumarate (9), ...

Gradient HPLC for Practitioners

This practical guide for analytical scientists explains the use of gradients in liquid chromatography. The fundamentals of gradient separations, as well as the most common application scenarios are addressed, from LC-MS coupling to biochromatography to the separation of ionic substances. Throughout, this handy volume provides detailed hands-on information for practitioners, enabling them to use gradient separation methods reliably and efficiently.