V. S. Manoranjan

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D A V I D R . B U R R I S , ’ , + T I M O T H Y J . C A M P B E L L , * A N D V A L I P U R A M S . M A N O R A N J A N 9 Armstrong Laboratory, ALIEQC, 139 Barnes Drive, Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida 32403, Applied Research Associates, Inc., 139 Barnes Drive, Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida 32403, and Department of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Washington(More)
Macropore transport of chemicals in soil often causes unexpected contamination of groundwater. The effect of soil structure on the functions of various sized macropores was assessed, investigating transport of nonreactive bromide (Br) under matric heads of 0, 2, 5 and 10 cm using undisturbed soil columns from A, Bw and E horizons of a Thatuna silt loam soil(More)
Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) has devastated pig industries worldwide for many years. It is caused by a small RNA virus (PRRSV), which targets almost exclusively pig monocytes or macrophages. In the present study, five SAGE (serial analysis of gene expression) libraries derived from 0 hour mock-infected and 6, 12, 16 and 24 hours(More)
Allostery through DNA is increasingly recognized as an important modulator of DNA functions. Here, we show that the coalescence of protein-induced DNA bubbles can mediate allosteric interactions that drive protein aggregation. We propose that such allostery may regulate DNA's flexibility and the assembly of the transcription machinery. Mitochondrial(More)
In this paper we study a free boundary problem modeling a phase-change process by using microwave heating technique. The mathematical model consists of Maxwell’s equations coupled with nonlinear heat conduction with a phase-change. The enthalpy form is used to characterize the phase-change process in the model. It is shown that the problem has a global(More)
The spatial variability of hydraulic conductivity is studied using grain-size data collected at a groundwater tracer test site located at Columbus AFB, MS. The study involves vertical kriging and the construction of segmented trend surfaces. It is observed that there exists some simple spatial patterns of hydraulic conductivity. Also, a possible existence(More)
In this paper we study the numerical solution for a coupled para-bolic equations. The system is derived from an induction heating process. An implicit finite-difference scheme for a coupled parabolic system is proposed and analyzed. Some numerical experiments are performed. We found that the numerical solutions do match the theoretical results obtained from(More)
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