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作者:B.Y. Zhang , J.H. Zhang , G.L. Sun
来源:[J].Engineering Geology(IF 1.403), 2015, Vol.190, pp.87-97Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)In this paper, the authors studied the deformation and shear strength behavior of an argillaceous siltstone used as rockfill material for the 261.5 m high Nuo Zha Du core wall rockfill dam in south-western China. As the soft siltstone was poorly cemented and eas...
作者:B.Y. Zhang , H.H. Li , W. Wang
来源:[J].Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries(IF 1.15), 2015, Vol.34, pp.209-217Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)The performance of energy infrastructures under extreme loading conditions, especially for blast and impact conditions, is of great importance despite the low probability for such events to occur. Due to catastrophic consequences of structural failure, it is crucial ...
作者:B.Y. Zhang , J.H. Zhang
来源:[J].Engineering Geology(IF 1.403), 2016, Vol.208, pp.63-68Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)In order to study the effect of densification due to weathering on the strength behavior of soft rocks, this paper presents results of consecutive weathering and direct shear tests performed on an argillaceous siltstone. A specimen prepared with fresh argillaceous si...
作者:B.Y. Zhang , J.H. Zhang , G.L. Sun
来源:[J].Engineering Geology(IF 1.403), 2012, Vol.137-138, pp.21-28Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Particle breakage is an important phenomenon that is observed in high rockfill dams as the dam material is subjected to both weathering and stresses. This paper presents a study of the particle breakage of an argillaceous siltstone used in a rockfill dam in sout...
作者:B.Y. Zhang , X.H. Chen ...
来源:[J].Materials Letters(IF 2.224), 2013, Vol.93, pp.210-214Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Tungsten fiber reinforced Zr 41.25 Ti 13.75 Cu 12.5 Ni 10 Be 22.5 bulk metallic glass matrix composites (BMGMC) were prepared by continuously drawing a bunch of preform from molten alloys. The novel processing makes the interface of composites well combined and the m...
作者:B.Y. Zhang , W.H. De Vos ...
来源:[J].International Journal of Food Microbiology(IF 3.425), 2012, Vol.156 (3), pp.290-295Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)It is generally known that intracellular pH (pH i ) plays a vital role in cell physiology and that pH i homeostasis is essential for normal cellular functions. Therefore, it is desirable to know the pH i during cell life cycle or under various growth conditions....
作者:... L. Yang , W.Z. Shao , B.Y. Zhang
来源:[J].Materials Science & Engineering A(IF 2.108), 2012, Vol.539, pp.115-123Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)The effects of age-forming on microstructures and mechanical properties of 7050 Al alloy were investigated in this work. The alloy was subjected to age-forming as well as stress-free ageing at 160 °C for 6, 12, 18 and 24 h, and its microstructures were character...
作者:B.Y. Zhang
来源:[J].Journal of Functional Analysis(IF 1.252), 1995, Vol.129 (2), pp.293-324Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)The initial value problem (IVP) for the Korteweg-deVries (KdV) equation ∂ t u+u∂ x u+∂ 3 x u=0, u(x, 0) = φ(x) for x ∈ R , t ∈ R establishes a nonlinear map K from the space H s ( R ) to the space C ([− T , T ]; H s ( R )). It has been known for many y...
作者:B.Y. Zhang , G. Solomon ...
来源:[J].Journal of Crystal Growth(IF 1.552), 2003, Vol.251 (1), pp.777-781Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Refractive indices of GaAs and AlAs at high temperature have been extracted by combining the high resolution X-ray diffraction and optical reflectivity measurement techniques. The comparison between the empirical formulas and experimental data on the indices of GaAs ...
作者:B.Y. Zhang , W.Z. Shao
来源:[J].Scripta Materialia(IF 2.821), 2008, Vol.59 (9), pp.967-970Elsevier
摘要:A significant improvement in electromagnetic wave absorbing performance is achieved in an Al 18 B 4 O 33 w/Co based coating through the heat treatment of Al 18 B 4 O 33 w/Co particles. The electromagnetic properties of the Al 18 B 4 O 33 w/Co composite particles clearly incr...

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