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Annual Production Plan of Mine Based on Linear Programming  [PDF]
Shulin Jiang, Zhao Zhang, Qiaozhi Sang
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104651
In order to solve the difficulty of the arrangement of ore production at each mine site during the transition from open pit to underground mining in Shirengou iron mine. Taking the largest amount of mining as the objective function, each deposit storage capacity, ore dilution rate, ore loss rate and grade as the constraints, thus the linear programming model was established and solved by lingo considering the balance between reserve and production ratio. The optimal number of each mining area mining was obtained, providing a theoretical basis for raising the overall economic benefits of mining transition period.

Jiang Zhiqiang,Sun Shulin,

岩石力学与工程学报 , 2004,
Abstract: General principles of eco-slope-engineering in embankment engineering are discussed. Geomechanical effects of eco-slope-engineering are analyzed especially. The roots are taken as friction piles according to the mechanical pattern of root piles,and the constitutive model for computation of the slopes strengthened by deep-thick roots is suggested based on the mechanical equilibrium conditions. Several new techniques in this field are introduced.
The signature analysis of summer Antarctic sea-ice distribution by ship-based sea-ice observation

ShuLin Tang,Ning Li,AnNan Jiang,XingRu Zhou,

寒旱区科学 , 2009,
Adaptive Peak Decomposition Approach for the Fault Diagnosis of Reciprocating Compressor based on General Frequency
Tang Youfu,Liu Shulin,Lei Na,Jiang Ruihong
Information Technology Journal , 2013,
Abstract: Vibration signals of reciprocating compressor mainly include multiple impact and noise signals, traditional fault diagnosis approaches could not reveal the fault feature accurately. In this study, a novel notion of general frequency is proposed and some simulation signals are used to compare its performances with the traditional frequency and the instantaneous frequency. Based on the notion, an adaptive peak decomposition approach is investigated and applied to the fault diagnosis of vibration signal for reciprocating compressor gas valve in four states including normal valve state, gap valve state, fractured valve state and bad spring valve state. The results show the effectiveness and the superiority of the proposed approach in extracting the fault feature of reciprocating compressor.
A Novel Pattern Recognition Approach Based on Immunology
Shulin Liu,Yinghui Liu,Youfu Tang,Ruihong Jiang
Information Technology Journal , 2012,
Abstract: Artificial Immune System (AIS) inspired from Biological Immune System was widely used in many fields. In this research work, a novel pattern recognition approach was proposed based on AIS. In process of antigen epitopes recognition in antibody, it was actually combination between corresponding chemical bonds. The recognition rate was correlated positively with combination forces of chemical bonds. The pattern recognition algorithm was tested using famous benchmark Fishers Iris data and wine data. Preliminary results demonstrated that the new approach had better performances comparing to other pattern recognition methods.
A Modified Discrete-Time Jacobi Waveform Relaxation Iteration  [PDF]
Yong Liu, Shulin Wu
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/am.2011.24064
Abstract: In this paper, we investigate an accelerated version of the discrete-time Jacobi waveform relaxation iteration method. Based on the well known Chebyshev polynomial theory, we show that significant speed up can be achieved by taking linear combinations of earlier iterates. The convergence and convergence speed of the new iterative method are presented and it is shown that the convergence speed of the new iterative method is sharper than that of the Jacobi method but blunter than that of the optimal SOR method. Moreover, at every iteration the new iterative method needs almost equal computation work and memory storage with the Jacobi method, and more important it can completely exploit the particular advantages of the Jacobi method in the sense of parallelism. We validate our theoretical conclusions with numerical experiments.

ZHANG Shulin,LI Xuxuan,JIANG Lihong,

天然气地球科学 , 2000,
Abstract: In view of research and application, the multiwave and mullicomponent seismic exploration is a very efficient and promising technique during exploration and development of offshore oil and gas. The geologic correlation of multiwave and mullicomponent seismic data is the most important and fundamental work. We reviewed and developed a series of horizon correlation methods applicable for offshore P-and S-wave data according to the characters of the multi-wave seismic data acquired in Yinggehai Basin. This paper will describe the method in detail.
The Possible Cellular Mechanism for Extending Lifespan of Mice with Rapamycin
Shulin Li
Biological Procedures Online , 2009, DOI: 10.1007/s12575-009-9015-y
Abstract: In the same volume, a group led by Rafi Ahmed discovered that inhibition of mTOR by rapamycin independently boosted the quantity and quality of memory CD8 T cells [2]. This discovery was confirmed by an RNA interference technique which knocked down the mTOR pathway. Another group led by Young Choi found that rapamycin extends memory T cell generation and survival by regulating mitochondrial fatty acid oxidation and induces AMP-activated kinase activity [3]. These increased memory T cell responses may account for the increased lifespan of the mice receiving rapamycin. This hypothesis needs to be tested.
Biological Procedures Online now publishing with BioMed Central
Shulin Li
Biological Procedures Online , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1480-9222-13-2
Abstract: I am honored to continue to act as Editor-in-Chief, serving alongside editorial board members from various well-renowned institutions. In joining BioMed Central, we are confident that the journal will have a much stronger impact in the near future. Based on the many high quality publications published in 2009 and 2010, it is our belief that our impact factor will make a strong recovery next year.Biological Procedures Online is an open access, peer-reviewed journal which publishes articles that improve access to techniques and methods in the medical and biological sciences. Articles feature step-by-step protocols that allow researchers to implement methods in "cookbook" fashion at the bench top.Biological Procedures Online is interested in any small or large technical innovation in the field of biology, with an emphasis on biomedical science. Our special interests include: technological innovation related to stem cells, siRNA, genomics, genome sequencing, nanomedicine, drug delivery and experimental protocols. We welcome research articles, case reports, reviews, commentaries, methodology articles and short reports.By continuing to publish as an open access journal, all articles published in Biological Procedures Online will be freely available for anyone to view. Biological Procedures Online defrays the cost of the publication process via article-processing charges because it does not have subscription charges for its content. This policy allows open access journals to reach a much larger audience than subscription-based journals [1], with the possibility of higher impact factors as a result [2,3]. The journal's articles are archived in PubMed Central [4], complying with a number of funding bodies including the NIH, Wellcome Trust, and Howard Hughes Medical Institute [5-8]. Biological Procedures Online is also indexed by a number of prominent services, including Thomson Reuters (ISI), BIOSIS, CABI, CAS, EmBase, Scopus and the Zoological Record.All manuscripts submitt
Global dynamics of a SEIR model with a varying total population size and vaccination
Shulin Sun
International Journal of Mathematical Analysis , 2012,

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