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Influence of rigid body motion on the attachment of metallic droplets to solid particles in liquid slags � A phase field study

I. Bellemans, N. Moelans, K. Verbeken
2018 Minerals & metallurgical processing  
This study shows the extension of a recently developed phase field model to include the movement of solid particles in the liquid slag in a system, considering the attachment of liquid metal droplets to  ...  For the amount of metal attached to the particle, a clear trade-off was found between the speed of motion of the solid particle and the wetting regime.  ...  Acknowledgments Inge Bellemans has a PhD fellowship of the FWO (Research Foundation -Flanders).  ... 
doi:10.19150/mmp.8290 fatcat:ah5xk2z2x5bydp2vteauhyb3le

Page 55 of The Journal of Geology Vol. 60, Issue 1 [page]

1952 The Journal of Geology  
More- over, if the rigid body were small in area as compared with the area of the viscous mass, identical flow lines would result, whether the viscous mass moved slowly past the immovable rigid body or  ...  the rigid body moved slowly through the viscous mass; but in either case there would be a piling-up of the viscous ma- terial on only one face of the rigid body.  ... 

A Variable Parameter Single Degree-of-freedom Model for Predicting the Effects of Sitting Posture and Vibration Magnitude on the Vertical Apparent Mass of the Human Body

Martin G.R. TOWARD, Michael J. GRIFFIN
2010 Industrial Health  
For example, contact with a rigid backrest increased the derived damped natural frequency of the principal resonance as a result of reduced moving mass and increased stiffness.  ...  The resulting model reflects the effects of reclining a rigid backrest or reclining a foam backrest (from 0 to 30 degrees), the effects of moving the hands from the lap to a steering wheel, the effects  ...  This assumes that the apparent mass of the body sitting on a rigid flat seat is sufficiently similar to the apparent mass of the body supported on a compliant seat.  ... 
doi:10.2486/indhealth.mswbvi-33 pmid:20953082 fatcat:dnie235aajauxj4ptn7nhgp6aa

Page 860 of American Dental Association. The Journal of the American Dental Association Vol. 20, Issue 5 [page]

1933 American Dental Association. The Journal of the American Dental Association  
Analysis of construction indicates that the degree of rigidity would be varied by the frequency of attachment; the ratio of resistance offered by tooth or teeth to be moved relative to re- sistance area  ...  Consequently, a slight amount of looseness between the integral parts of the attachment is ample to per- mit the tooth to move to some degree in other planes than the direct course of travel as demanded  ... 

Experimental analysis on friction increment of surface textured flexible couples

Xuli ZHU, Zhongling LIU, Daoxin SUN, Zixin ZHANG, Guirong TENG
2021 Journal of Advanced Mechanical Design, Systems, and Manufacturing  
The apparent friction force of spherical convex textured rigid bodies sliding on soft materials was tested and analyzed in order to develop the technology of friction increment for frictional transmission  ...  The rigid bodies were made of Polylactic Acid (PLA) by 3D printing, and the counterparts were made of Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer (EPDM).  ...  Acknowledgements The work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 51575323).  ... 
doi:10.1299/jamdsm.2021jamdsm0057 fatcat:bokvq6s5zvfqbasit2xx7xol4y

4D space-time contraction PK 2D Lorentz contraction

Runsheng Tu
2022 International Journal of Scientific Reports  
<p><strong>Background</strong><strong>:</strong>Special relativity treats a moving object as a rigid body and does not discuss the relativistic effects of the motion of the particles that make up the object  ...  </p><p><strong>Results</strong>:The volume of a non rigid body shrinks in all directions due to motion.  ...  Another important reason for both default argument (i) and "choice equation ( 2 )" is that, if all moving objects are rigid bodies, and the moving clock is also a rigid body, a clock that is a rigid body  ... 
doi:10.18203/issn.2454-2156.intjscirep20221589 fatcat:5sgfrex2obbnrkw4hiknhteywq

Page 385 of Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association Vol. 47, Issue 8 [page]

1957 Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association  
Dynamic support, therefore, involves a continuous shifting of foot posture in such a way as to provide and retain equilibrium of the body as it sways or moves purpose- fully over its supporting area.  ...  The body has moved forward and medialward to occupy a central position over the foot and we would estimate that the center of body gravity passes over the lateral cuneiform area at this time.  ... 

Frictional effect of spherical convex textured rigid bodies sliding on smooth PDMS

Zixin Zhang, Zhuangzhuang Chu, Xuli Zhu, T. Coenye, H. Huang
2020 E3S Web of Conferences  
) under the conditions of low sliding speed and dry friction was measured using a self-made frictional test bench.  ...  At last, the friction mechanism of the textured flexible friction couple was discussed by establishing a mechanical model.  ...  Acknowledgments The work was supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 51575323).  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202014502055 fatcat:i6t7xyf2uzaitjfxdd2nc7taiy

Page 380 of Journal of Mammalogy Vol. 17, Issue 4 [page]

1936 Journal of Mammalogy  
The lower portion of my area A apparently does not encroach upon Fortuyn’s area g, which in the rabbit probably is homologous to Brodmann’s area 8.  ...  These periods of rigidity were followed by intervals of relaxation or of progressive movements during which the limbs appeared regularly to be moved diagonally.  ... 

Real-Time Open Water Environments with Interacting Objects [article]

Hilko Cords, Oliver Staadt
2009 Eurographics Workshop on Natural Phenomena  
We expand the well-known wave equation by applying it to moving grids to simulate an apparently limitless body of water.  ...  In addition to a fast and realistic liquid representation, our method focuses on the creation of plausible detailed waves caused by moving boats.  ...  Since rigid-body simulation is executed on the CPU, the local area surrounding each object has to be read back to be included within the rigid-body simulation.  ... 
doi:10.2312/eg/dl/conf/eg2009/nph/035-042 fatcat:45h43o6c55ef3bgqx3lndqrrzm

Nanorobot Movement: Challenges and Biologically inspired solutions

N. N. Sharma, R.K. Mittal
2008 International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems  
The challenges and issues in movement of a nanorobot and innovations present in nature to overcome the difficulties in moving at nano-size regimes are discussed.  ...  Nanorobotics is the technology of creating machines or robots of the size of few hundred nanometres and below consisting of components of nanoscale or molecular size.  ...  Fig. 2 Friction force between two parallel plates (Fig. 3 3 ii) independent of the apparent area (A a ) of contact between the sliding bodies and (iii) Contact of rough surface and a smooth rigid surface  ... 
doi:10.21307/ijssis-2017-280 fatcat:iay5u6dh6fenplwk53jmzy6yxu

Page 495 of JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association Vol. 49, Issue 6 [page]

1907 JAMA: The Journal of the American Medical Association  
The arms can be moved -omewhat, but are very stiff to both active and passive move- The muscles of the trunk are hard and rigid.  ...  On attempting to excise the swollen area in scalp, patient complained of pain, so the area was infiltrated with Schleich’s solution.  ... 

Gradient of Rigidity in the Lamellipodia of Migrating Cells Revealed by Atomic Force Microscopy

Valérie M. Laurent, Sandor Kasas, Alexandre Yersin, Tilman E. Schäffer, Stefan Catsicas, Giovanni Dietler, Alexander B. Verkhovsky, Jean-Jacques Meister
2005 Biophysical Journal  
The decrease of rigidity may play a role in facilitating the contraction of the actin-myosin network at the lamellipodium/cell body transition zone.  ...  We have utilized atomic force microscopy to determine the rigidity of fish keratocyte lamellipodia as a function of time/distance from the leading edge.  ...  The first scans started at the substrate in front of the moving cell and the last ended over the cell body.  ... 
doi:10.1529/biophysj.104.052316 pmid:15849253 pmcid:PMC1366565 fatcat:b74jur3cdvgchaky7wsfgtwm4a

Page 705 of Annals of Surgery Vol. 57, Issue 5 [page]

1913 Annals of Surgery  
We have noted a transverse con- striction of the abdomen above the umbilicus as if nature were attempting to isolate the inflamed area.  ...  Under anesthesia, the rigidity overlying the affected area is last to disappear.  ... 

Page 494 of American Medical Association. A.M.A. Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry Vol. 51, Issue 5 [page]

1944 American Medical Association. A.M.A. Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry  
When an attempt was made to put him on his feet by propping him under the shoulders, his body acted as one piece, as rigid as a board.  ...  His whole body would become taut, as though frozen. The rigidity was a changing one, suddenly yielding to a passive motion at one moment and as suddenly fixing the limb in a new posture at another.  ... 
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