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University of Shanghai for Science and Technology founded in 1906, is a public university in Shanghai, People's Republic of China. It is colloquially known as Shànghǎi Lǐgōng or Shànglǐ. Wikipedia.


Yuan X.,University of Shanghai for Science and Technology
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications | Year: 2014

Recently, much research interest has been focused on the design of efficient communication mechanisms for multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) multiway relay channels (mRCs). In this paper, we investigate achievable degrees of freedom (DoFs) of the MIMO mRC with L clusters and K users per cluster, where each user is equipped with M antennas and the relay with N antennas. Our analysis is focused on a new data exchange model, termed clustered full data exchange, i.e., each user in a cluster wants to learn the messages of all the other users in the same cluster. Novel signal alignment techniques are developed to jointly and systematically construct the beamforming matrices at the users and the relay for efficient implementation of physical-layer network coding. Based on this, we derive an achievable DoF of the MIMO mRC with an arbitrary network configuration of L and K, as well as with an arbitrary antenna configuration of M and N. We show that our proposed scheme achieves the DoF capacity when M/N \leq 1/(LK-1) and M/N\geq((K-1)L+1)/KL. The DoF results derived in this paper can serve as fundamental benchmarks in evaluating the performance of practical communication systems over MIMO mRCs and provide guidance and insights into the design of wireless relay networks. © 2002-2012 IEEE. Source


Ji Y.,University of Shanghai for Science and Technology
Materials Letters | Year: 2013

A novel method to fabricate TiO2 nanorod arrays on a flat Ti foil substrate was developed. High density titania nanorods had been produced via sintering NaOH solution coated Ti foil at 800 C. X-ray diffraction (XRD), field emission scanning electron microscopy (FESEM), and infrared spectrum (FTIR) were applied to characterize the obtained products. The titania nanorod arrays showed a mainly rutile phase with approximately 500 nm in width, and 5 μm in thickness. The growth process of TiO2 nanorod arrays at different temperature was systematically investigated. Meanwhile, the effect of surface wetness on the structure of titania nanorod arrays was also studied. It was found that the co-existence of water and alkali played important roles in the growth of titania nanorod arrays. © 2013 Elsevier B.V. Source


Zhao B.,University of Shanghai for Science and Technology
Separation and Purification Technology | Year: 2012

Modeling the particle separation efficiency has been a topic of interest since the air cyclones was introduced for gas-particle separation in the fields of environmental science and chemical engineering. In this work, a new simple time-of-flight model is theoretically developed to predict the particle separation efficiency in cyclones. In this model, the equivalent volume method is employed to geometrically modify the cylindrical-conical type cyclone as a right cylindrical cyclone in order to overcome the nonuniform effect on the particle separation distance. Based on the analysis of the gas flow pattern and the particle dynamics in the cyclone separator, the differential equation for the time-of-flight model is established according to the principle of particle mass balance. The model can be finally expressed as a simple explicit function including the main cyclone dimensions and operating parameters, without the need for solving complex equation of mathematical physics. The influences of the short-circuit flow near the bottom of cyclone outlet duct and the exchange flow between outer and inner vortex flow are comprehensively considered to revise the effective residence time of gas flow, a key parameter in the present model. By comparisons with experimental data as well as other classical separation models for the cyclones with different geometrical configurations and operating conditions, the results show that the present model has a relatively high predicted accuracy with the mean squared error of 0.0158. It is demonstrated that the present model has considerable availability for predicting the particle separation efficiency for cyclone separators. © 2011 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved. Source


Zhao B.,University of Shanghai for Science and Technology | Su Y.,Donghua University
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews | Year: 2014

Global warming caused by anthropogenic CO2 emission has been one of the most important issues in the fields of science, environment and even international economics and politics. To control and reduce CO2 emissions, intensive carbon dioxide capture and storage (CCS) technologies have been comprehensively developed for sequestration of CO2 especially from combustion flue gas. Microalgae-based CO2 biological fixation is regarded as a potential way to not only reduce CO2 emission but also achieve energy utilization of microalgal biomass. However, in this approach culture process of microalgae plays an important role as it is directly related to the mechanism of microalgal-CO2 fixation and characteristics of microalgal biomass production. The aim of this work is to present a state-of-the-art review on the process effect, especially on the effects of photobiochemical process, microalgal species, physicochemical process and hydrodynamic process on the performance of microalgal-CO2 fixation and biomass production. Also, the perspectives are proposed in order to provide a positive reference on developing its fundamental research and key technology. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd. Source


Liao J.,University of Shanghai for Science and Technology
Nature Structural and Molecular Biology | Year: 2016

Na+/Ca2+ exchangers use the Na+ electrochemical gradient across the plasma membrane to extrude intracellular Ca2+ and play a central role in Ca2+ homeostasis. Here, we elucidate their mechanisms of extracellular ion recognition and exchange through a structural analysis of the exchanger from Methanococcus jannaschii (NCX_Mj) bound to Na+, Ca2+ or Sr2+ in various occupancies and in an apo state. This analysis defines the binding mode and relative affinity of these ions, establishes the structural basis for the anticipated 3:1 Na+/Ca2+-exchange stoichiometry and reveals the conformational changes at the onset of the alternating-access transport mechanism. An independent analysis of the dynamics and conformational free-energy landscape of NCX_Mj in different ion-occupancy states, based on enhanced-sampling molecular dynamics simulations, demonstrates that the crystal structures reflect mechanistically relevant, interconverting conformations. These calculations also reveal the mechanism by which the outward-to-inward transition is controlled by the ion occupancy, thereby explaining the emergence of strictly coupled Na+/Ca2+ antiport. © 2016 Nature Publishing Group, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited. All Rights Reserved. Source

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