Dongbin Zhu

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Rare earth mineral composite materials were prepared using tourmaline and cerous nitrate as raw materials. Through characterization by scanning electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, dynamic contact angle meter and tensiometer, and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, it was found that the composite materials had a(More)
Far infrared rare earth mineral composite materials were prepared by the coprecipitation method using tourmaline, cerium acetate, and lanthanum acetate as raw materials. The results of Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy show that tourmaline modified with the rare earths La and Ce has a better far infrared emitting performance. Through XRD analysis, we(More)
The far infrared dental porcelain slurry for fabricating artificial tooth via selective slurry extrusion (SSE) of solid freeform fabrication (also known as rapid prototyping) techniques was prepared by using tourmaline as additive and employing ball-milling approach. After characterization by transmission electron microscopy, X-ray diffraction, and Fourier(More)
In order to effectively limit bad brake to keep the vehicle in a safe condition when Energy regenerative braking failure. Hazard analysis and risk assessment for Braking energy feedback of pure electric vehicle that Meet the functional safety of ISO26262. Rely on the pure electric vehicle acceleration / deceleration carry on fault tree analysis. And have a(More)
A computer-assisted dental prosthesis and manufacturing (CAD/CAM) approach is proposed to prove permanent prosthesis of the occlusal function. This novel CAD/CAM method consists of planning and design of implants, surgical guides and dental crown as well as the fabrication of the dental crown using selective slurry extrusion (SSE) based technique of rapid(More)
Dispersed nano-CeO2 successfully grew on the surface of natural tourmaline powders by a precipitation method. The results of Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) showed that CeO2 (111) nanospots could apparently enhance the far infrared emission property of tourmaline in relation to CeO2 nanoparticles. This is the first report regarding the effect(More)
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