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Enhanced molecular abundances in low-mass star-forming cores
The outflow from a young stellar object interacts with the dense core in which it is embedded to create anomalously high abundances of HCO + that under high resolution show a 'butterfly' morphology.Expand
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An experimental/numerical investigation into the main driving force for crack propagation in uni-directional fibre-reinforced composite laminae
Abstract This paper presents an enriched finite element method to simulate the growth of cracks in linear elastic, aerospace composite materials. The model and its discretisation are also validatedExpand
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Vibrational spectra and thermodynamic analysis of metformin
Metformin is one of the important anti-diabetic drugs to treat non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM). Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) and Fourier transform Raman (FTR) spectra ofExpand
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Road Extraction Using Topological Derivative and Mathematical Morphology
Road extraction from remotely sensed images has always been a challenging problem. In this paper we present an approach for road extraction based on topological derivative and mathematicalExpand
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Kinetic stability of complex molecular clusters.
This investigation is concerned with modeling the evaporation, or decay, of n-nonane molecular clusters. We use a unique cluster decay model that was first developed to estimate the decay time scaleExpand
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Di­chloro­bis(dl‐alanine)­zinc(II)
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In the title compound, [Zn(C3H7NO2)2Cl2], both the alanine mol­ecules in the asymmetric unit exist as zwitterions. Expand
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On the application of polygonal finite element method for Stokes flow - A comparison between equal order and different order approximation
  • S. Natarajan
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • Comput. Aided Geom. Des.
  • 1 February 2020
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In this work, we discuss the application of polygonal finite elements to the solution of Stokes equations in two dimensions. We present two approaches: (a) same order of approximation for velocity and pressure with Pressure Stabilization Petrov-Galerkin method (PSPG) and (b) different order of approximations based on mixed finite element discretization. Expand
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Scaled boundary finite element method for mid-frequency interior acoustics
In this talk, a semi-analytical framework, based on the scaled boundary finite element method (SBFEM), is proposed, to study interior acoustic problems in the mid-frequency range. The SBFEM sharesExpand
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Crystal structure of L-leucine nitrate
C 6 H 14 NO 2 + .NO 3 - crystallizes in P1, a=5.662, b=8.445, c=10.867A, α=75.79, β=95.45, γ=99.82°, Z=2; the stry=ucture was solved and refined to R=0.045. Since the structure has a pseudo 2 1 -axisExpand
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