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Rietveld analysis for the time of flight powder neutron diffraction profile for LiFePO4 at room temperature was performed. Refined tensor elements of the unisotropic thermal factor under the elliptic approximation showed the principal axis of the lithium vibration is toward the face shared vacant tetrahedral space and is consistent with the theoretical prediction; lithium ions diffuse along curved one-dementional chain along b-axis. Impact of temperature on the phase diagram of LixFePO4 with > 200nm particle size was slight under the unmixing line around 200 C. While the reduction in particle size down to <100 nm seems to have significant effect to the room temperature miscibility gap. The thermodynamic concepts for the extended solution in smaller particles are discussed, followed by a demonstration of very high rate capability observed for the small spherical particles < 80 nm.
Four cases (seven ears) of metastatic tumour of the internal auditory canal were studied. The histopathological findings confirmed that the inner ear invasion of the tumour follows a unique course, as reported in the literature. Relationship between duration of deafness and extent of tumour invasion in the inner ear is discussed. It is suggested that the deafness could occur via neural invasion or compression near the ductus spiralis foraminosus.
A finite-difference solution method for nonlinear wave generation in the near field of ships of arbitrary three-dimensional configuration is developed. Momentum equations of finite-difference form in a fixed rectangular cell system are solved by a time-marching scheme. The exact inviscid free-surface condition is approximately satisfied at the actual location of the free surface, and the free-slip body boundary condition is implemented by use of approximation of the body configuration and a special pressure computation in body boundary cells. The degree of accuracy is raised by employing a variable-mesh system in the vertical direction. Computed results are presented for three hull forms: a mathematical and two practical hull forms. Agreement with experiment seems to be fairly good. In particular, the computed wave profiles and contour maps of bow waves show excellent resemblance to the measured ones, having some typical characteristics of nonlinear ship waves.
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