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Simulation experiment is an important means of analyzing and assessing the security of SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) system, however, the existing simulation environments have some limitations in flexibility and extensibility. According to the type of industrial infrastructure and the structure of SCADA system, the abstract models of(More)
Transplantation of glial-restricted progenitors (GRPs) is a promising strategy for generating a supportive environment for axon growth in the injured spinal cord. Here we explored the possibility of producing a migratory stream of GRPs via directional cues to create a supportive pathway for axon regeneration. We found that the axon growth inhibitor(More)
We have demonstrated that carbon-microelectromechanical systems ͑C-MEMS͒, in which patterned photoresist is pyrolyzed in inert environment at high temperature, constitutes a powerful approach to building 3D carbon microelectrode arrays for 3D microbattery applications. High aspect ratio carbon posts ͑Ͼ10:1͒ are achieved by pyrolyzing SU-8 negative(More)
Materials Expanded graphite (63.6 m 2 /g) was purchased from Beijing Invention Biology Engineering & New Material Co., Ltd. and pyrolytic GO which have a high surface area (423.6 m 2 /g) was prepared by quickly heating GO in hydrogen atmosphere. GO was prepared from natural flake graphite by Hummers' method. Colloidal dispersions of graphene oxide sheets in(More)
Our work in carbon-microelectromechanical systems (C-MEMS) suggests that C-MEMS might provide a very interesting material and microfabrication approach to battery miniaturization, active DNA arrays and a wide variety of chemical and biological sensors. In C-MEMS, photoresist is patterned by photolithography and subsequently pyrolyzed at high-temperatures in(More)
The wetting behavior of water on the solid surfaces is fundamental to various physical, chemical and biological processes. Conventionally, the surface with charges or charge dipoles is hydrophilic, whereas the non-polar surface is hydrophobic though some exceptions were recently reported. Using molecular dynamics simulations, we show that there is a(More)
Galilean invariance is a fundamental property; however, although the lattice Boltzmann equation itself is Galilean invariant, this property is usually not taken into account in the treatment of the fluid-solid interface. Here, we show that consideration of Galilean invariance in fluid-solid interfacial dynamics can greatly enhance the computational accuracy(More)
Grain size effects on the physical properties of polycrystalline ferroelectrics have been extensively studied for decades; however there are still major controversies regarding the dependence of the piezoelectric and ferroelectric properties on the grain size. Dense BaTiO3 ceramics with different grain sizes were fabricated by either conventional sintering(More)