Contributors: Carlos Palacio
... Raw data for the internal Project 2016210 "Preparation and characterization of magnetic nanoparticles based in ferrites"--> UAN-UdeA.
Contributors: Ravindra verma, PRAKASH BISEN
... To remain competitive and survive in the developing economy, farmer has to adopt the scientific and technological approach for farming. Integrated farming with crop diversification is a sustainable agricultural development concept towards accumulation and utilization of cultivable land. Cultivating suitable multiple crop like short term vegetable, long term tree plantation, herbal farming are in order to generate higher farm income. Increasing awareness about physical, mental wellness and inimical effects of modern medicines peoples again diversify for the use of herbal medicines. Our exercise demonstrates the integrated path for cultivation of Chlorophytum Borivilianum (Safed Musali) with other high valued medicinal herbs like Momordica Charantia L. (Bitter gourd), Mucuna Pruriens L. (Velvet Beans), and Jatropha Curcas in the cultivated land of Gwalior in India. It has been noticed that all the four herbs are eco-friendly with each other and can cultivate on the same land. Another herb Gloriosa Superba Linn (Superb Lily) is proposed for empirical purpose on the same cultivation field with Jatropha curcas. The primary objective of our study is to optimize the economy of the farm land and yield of interdependent plants. Our accomplishment and practice will help in terms of understanding integrated goal for multicropping of herbs to the economy of farmer. This study will provide the ground and contribute in future for the study of integrated herbal farming.
Contributors: Robert Causey, Anna Richard, Alec Toothaker, Martin Stokes, Chelsie Oldfield, Melissa Hawkes
... Note: Dates displayed on video recordings (May 2016) do not match when the study was performed (July, August 2017). extendedview_appendedvideo.mp4 This is an extended video segment which includes all of the particles deposited on the cervix of the mare in vivo (1-5 um green microspheres, 70 um green microspheres, 50 um bichromal microspheres, and carbon). At 45 s into the video movement represented in Figure 5 can be observed. The particle is in the top right of the screen, just below the magnification marker. The particle moves abruptly to the right, but with a slight back ward (to the left) movement of the top surface of the microsphere. This movement was predicted prior to the study as evidence supportive of mucociliary propulsion from below, but in this video recording is too limited to constitute proof. Erythrocytes moving through capillaries can be seen, from 59 s, and with most clarity at 1 m in 20 s. Figure_4_appendedvideo Shows a flash of light from the particle circled in Figure 4. This is interpreted as the particle distorting the meniscus, possibly as a result of rotation. Figure_7_appendedvideo Fluid movement can be seen through small vessels in the upper left quadrant of the black box. Figure_8_appendedvideo Particles observed within the two boxes may be seen to be progressing independently. The green polyethylene microspheres (blue box in Figure 5) move convincingly to the lower right of the field. The carbon particles in the red box in Figure 5 are static or moving very slowly to the upper left. Note: Dates displayed on video recordings (May 2016) do not match when the study was performed (July, August 2017).
Data for: Modal analysis of two different types of fixed implant-supported prostheses embedded in edentulous maxillae
Contributors: Akihiro Suzuki, Shohei KASUGAI, Takafumi Otomaru, Hisashi Taniguchi, Shinji Kuroda, Hidemi Nakata, Taiji Hoshiai, Meiko Oki
... Supplementary Video 1: The modal shapes at the natural frequency of 674 Hz in Subject A. To facilitate understanding, we have provided a Supplementary video (Supplementary Video 1). Supplementary Video 2: The modal shapes at the natural frequency of 660 Hz in Subject J. To facilitate understanding, we have provided a Supplementary video (Supplementary Video 2). The maximum displacements: The maximum displacements of every measurement point. The damping ratios: The damping ratios at the natural frequency of all Subjects. Modal shapes: The modal shapes at the natural frequency of all Subjects. A repeated vibration was divided into 24 moments. The moments, including acceleration vectors showing antiphase, were extracted (From the upper left side). The number of vectors in antiphase: A repeated vibration was divided into 24 moments. The acceleration vectors showing antiphase were counted. The number of vectors in antiphase was compared.
Contributors: Kazuki Hayashi, Makoto Ohsaki
... There are four movie files in this dataset; "cylinder_opt.mp4" and "sphere_opt.mp4" are 3D illustrations of the optimization result of example 1 and 2 in the article, and "cylinder_reopt.mp4" and "sphere_reopt.mp4" are those of the modification, respectively.
Data for: Strain distribution of the anterolateral ligament during internal rotation at different knee flexion angles: A biomechanical study on human cadavers
Contributors: Jun Ouyang, Yibei Wang, Shiqi Li, Daorong Xu, Lei Qian, Chunyu Jiang, Peidong Sun, Maoqing Fu
... The datas are overall strain and sub-regional strain of the anterolateral ligament induced by tibial internal rotation at different knee flexion angles. The video is a dynamic display of strain distribution of the anterolateral ligament duiring internal rotation at 90° of knee flexion.
Data for: How to speak “geocentric” in an “egocentric” language: A multimodal study among Ngigua-Spanish bilinguals and Spanish monolinguals in a rural community of Mexico
Contributors: Evangelia Adamou, Stefano De Pascale, Erendira Calderón
... Responses to a localization task in Spanish and in Ngigua (Otomanguean).
Contributors: Jacques Lengaigne
... Video sequences of microdroplets impacting on four surfaces of different wettability: - near-superhydrophilic surface (Video 1-A), sticking droplet - hydrophilic surface (Video 1-B), sticking droplet - hydrophobic surface (Video 1-C), bouncing droplet - superhydrophobic surface (Video 1-D), bouncing droplet. Impact sequences were analyzed using ImageJ-Trackmate plugin: - Example of impact on the superhydrophobic surface with single-particle tracking (Video 2) Experimental conditions: Wind speed: 10 m/s Operating temperature: 20 deg Celcius Captured on a Photron SA1.1 at 54000 fps. Video processing: background substraction. Video frame rate: 1 fps Scalebar: 100 micrometers Videos can be viewed online on youtube via the following link: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmcZ2GRv9_bhySseXNuwONZLrvkuJ3aEg
Contributors: Cian Desmond, Florent Thiebaut, Jimmy Murphy
... An aluminium cross-section approximately 1 m in length was held between 2 flat plates connected to a movable carriage in a wave basin. Under still water conditions, the cross section was moved through the wave basin. Data were collected from an array of load cells in 6 DoF. This process was repeated for four cross sections, each at 4 angles of attack and 7 velocities. These data can be used for all research scientists and engineers working in the fields of fluid mechanics and hydraulics. The data may be used specifically for the validation of numerical models
Contributors: Mario R. Mata Arenales, Sujith Kumar C.S., Long-Sheng Kuo, Ping-Hei Chen
... High-speed visualization of the bubble dynamics. Four copper tubes were used: a) Sample 1 (Ra = 0.032 µm), (b) Sample 2 (Ra = 0.108 µm), (c) Sample 3 (Ra = 0.544 µm), and (d) Sample 4 (surface: Ra = 0.544 µm + hexagonal hydrophobic patterns: Ra = 0.318 µm). Second heat flux interval (~ 30 kW/m2) & fourth heat flux interval (~ 450 kW/m2). For visualization of the four samples during the second heat flux interval (see supplementary movie 1) and the fourth heat flux interval (see supplementary movie 2).