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Quick- und INR-Werte
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<p>Häufig sind gerinnungshemmende Medikamente erforderlich, z.B. Marcumar nach einer Herzoperation. Quick-Tests nach <em>A.J. QUICK </em>(1894-1978) liefern Ergebnisse, die zur Therapiekontrolle herangezogen werden. Alternativ werden heute INR-Werte (International Ratio) bevorzugt. Eine Umrechnung der Quick-Werte in INR-Werte oder umgekehrt wird im Folgenden diskutiert.</p><img src="/applications/images/app_image_blank_lg.jpg" alt="Quick- und INR-Werte" align="left"/><p>Häufig sind gerinnungshemmende Medikamente erforderlich, z.B. Marcumar nach einer Herzoperation. Quick-Tests nach <em>A.J. QUICK </em>(1894-1978) liefern Ergebnisse, die zur Therapiekontrolle herangezogen werden. Alternativ werden heute INR-Werte (International Ratio) bevorzugt. Eine Umrechnung der Quick-Werte in INR-Werte oder umgekehrt wird im Folgenden diskutiert.</p>121568Sun, 12 Jun 2011 04:00:00 ZProf. Josef BettenProf. Josef BettenRelaxation due to the Sqrt(t)-Law in Comparison with the MAXWELL-Fluid
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<p>This document is concerned with the relaxation functions (11.72a,b) taken</p>
<p>from BETTEN's book: Creep Mechanics, Third Edition, Springer-Verlag 2008,</p>
<p>in more detail. The parameters in the MAXWELL-model (11.72b) and the</p>
<p>sqrt(t)-law (11.72a) are denoted by b and B, respectively. A relation between</p>
<p>b and B has been found, so that the simple MAXWELL-model can be regarded</p>
<p>as the best approximation to the sqrt(t)-law.</p><img src="/view.aspx?si=100763/maple_icon.jpg" alt="Relaxation due to the Sqrt(t)-Law in Comparison with the MAXWELL-Fluid" align="left"/><p>This document is concerned with the relaxation functions (11.72a,b) taken</p>
<p>from BETTEN's book: Creep Mechanics, Third Edition, Springer-Verlag 2008,</p>
<p>in more detail. The parameters in the MAXWELL-model (11.72b) and the</p>
<p>sqrt(t)-law (11.72a) are denoted by b and B, respectively. A relation between</p>
<p>b and B has been found, so that the simple MAXWELL-model can be regarded</p>
<p>as the best approximation to the sqrt(t)-law.</p>100763Sun, 09 Jan 2011 05:00:00 ZProf. Josef BettenProf. Josef BettenElastic-Plastic Transition
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<p>This worksheet is concerned with the generalization of nonlinear material laws found in experiments to multi-axial states of stress. For engineering applications it is very important to generalize uni-axial relations to tensorial constitutive equations valid for multi-axial states of stress. This can be achieved by utilizing interpolation methods for tensor functions developed by the Author. It can be shown that the scalar coefficients in tensorial constitutive equations are functions of the set of irreducible invariants (<em>integrity basis) </em>and experimental data. In the following uni-axial relations describing the elastic-plastic transition in uni-axial tests have been generalized to multi-axial states of stress.</p>
<p><em>Keywords: </em>Elastic-plastic transitions under uni-axial load; tensorial generalization; irreducible invariants; tensorial interpolation; example;</p><img src="/view.aspx?si=99226/maple_icon.jpg" alt="Elastic-Plastic Transition" align="left"/><p>This worksheet is concerned with the generalization of nonlinear material laws found in experiments to multi-axial states of stress. For engineering applications it is very important to generalize uni-axial relations to tensorial constitutive equations valid for multi-axial states of stress. This can be achieved by utilizing interpolation methods for tensor functions developed by the Author. It can be shown that the scalar coefficients in tensorial constitutive equations are functions of the set of irreducible invariants (<em>integrity basis) </em>and experimental data. In the following uni-axial relations describing the elastic-plastic transition in uni-axial tests have been generalized to multi-axial states of stress.</p>
<p><em>Keywords: </em>Elastic-plastic transitions under uni-axial load; tensorial generalization; irreducible invariants; tensorial interpolation; example;</p>99226Sun, 21 Nov 2010 05:00:00 ZProf. Josef BettenProf. Josef BettenCross Contraction Numbers
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<p>This worksheet is concerned with the formulation of the ratio between <em>transverse </em>and <em>longitudinal </em>strains of isotropic and anisotropic materials, called <em>cross contraction numbers. </em>Some examples for practical use have been discussed in more detail, where <em>elastic, elastic-plastic, </em>and <em>plastic deformations </em>should be taken into account.</p>
<p><em>Keywords: POISSON</em>'s ratio; Isotropic and Anisotropic Materials; Elastic, Elastic-Plastic, and Plastic Deformations;</p><img src="/view.aspx?si=97899/maple_icon.jpg" alt="Cross Contraction Numbers" align="left"/><p>This worksheet is concerned with the formulation of the ratio between <em>transverse </em>and <em>longitudinal </em>strains of isotropic and anisotropic materials, called <em>cross contraction numbers. </em>Some examples for practical use have been discussed in more detail, where <em>elastic, elastic-plastic, </em>and <em>plastic deformations </em>should be taken into account.</p>
<p><em>Keywords: POISSON</em>'s ratio; Isotropic and Anisotropic Materials; Elastic, Elastic-Plastic, and Plastic Deformations;</p>97899Sun, 17 Oct 2010 04:00:00 ZProf. Josef BettenProf. Josef BettenSimulation on maple of the nine qubit Shor code using Feynman program
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<p align="left">To simulate the evolution and behavior of an n-qubits system, a quantum simulator within the framework of the computer algebra system Maple called Feynman program has been built by S.Fritzsche and T.Radtke. In this work we use this program to implement the nine qubit Shor quantum error correcting code on a classical computer . We will present the encoding and decoding circuits and describe the error correction procedure using the Shor code gen-erators. We will verify that if any X, Y or Z error occur on any single qubit this correction procedure always allow to recover the usuful information. More-over, it permit at the end to put all the ancillas in the initial state and then too use them again. The simulation permit also the decoding without correction to measure all the output errors and know something about the canal transmitting the information.</p>
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<p align="left">To simulate the evolution and behavior of an n-qubits system, a quantum simulator within the framework of the computer algebra system Maple called Feynman program has been built by S.Fritzsche and T.Radtke. In this work we use this program to implement the nine qubit Shor quantum error correcting code on a classical computer . We will present the encoding and decoding circuits and describe the error correction procedure using the Shor code gen-erators. We will verify that if any X, Y or Z error occur on any single qubit this correction procedure always allow to recover the usuful information. More-over, it permit at the end to put all the ancillas in the initial state and then too use them again. The simulation permit also the decoding without correction to measure all the output errors and know something about the canal transmitting the information.</p>
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<p>This article looks at each of the components of cooling a solid with a cold air stream by convection.</p><img src="/view.aspx?si=33210/thumb.png" alt="Cooling a Solid with a Cold Air Stream with MapleSim and Maple" align="left"/><p>This article looks at each of the components of cooling a solid with a cold air stream by convection.</p>33210Fri, 10 Jul 2009 04:00:00 ZMaplesoftMaplesoftSetting Initial Conditions on Integrator Blocks
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<p>This article discusses two ways of setting initial conditions on integrator blocks.</p><img src="/view.aspx?si=32928/thumb.png" alt="Setting Initial Conditions on Integrator Blocks" align="left"/><p>This article discusses two ways of setting initial conditions on integrator blocks.</p>32928Mon, 04 May 2009 04:00:00 ZMaplesoftMaplesoftMapleNet Publisher's Guide. Other resources are available on MapleNet
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<p>The MapleNet Publisher's Guide provides detailed instructions for installing the MapleNet Publisher software, developing Java-based applets that communicate with the MapleNet Server and developing Maplets for MapleNet.</p><img src="/applications/images/app_image_blank_lg.jpg" alt="MapleNet Publisher's Guide. Other resources are available on MapleNet" align="left"/><p>The MapleNet Publisher's Guide provides detailed instructions for installing the MapleNet Publisher software, developing Java-based applets that communicate with the MapleNet Server and developing Maplets for MapleNet.</p>4341Thu, 07 Nov 2002 05:00:00 ZMaplesoftMaplesoft