This work is a review of current trends in the stray flux signal processing techniques applied to the diagnosis of electrical machines. Initially, a review of the most commonly used standard methods is performed in the diagnosis of failures in induction machines and using stray flux; and then specifically it is treated and performed the algorithms based on statistical analysis using cumulants and polyspectra. In addition, the theoretical foundations of the analyzed algorithms and examples applications are shown from the practical point of view where the benefits that processing can have using HOSA and its relationship with stray flux signal analysis, are illustrated.
A modified analytical solution of the quadratic non-linear oscillator has been obtained based on an extended iteration method. In this study, truncated Fourier terms have been used in each step of iterations. The frequencies obtained by this technique show good agreement with the exact frequency. The percentage of error between the exact frequency and our third approximate frequency is as low as 0.001%. There is no algebraic complexity in our calculation, which is why this technique is very easy. The results have been compared with the exact and other existing results, which are both convergent and consistent.
In this manuscript, the application of the extended sinh-Gordon equation expansion method to the Davey-Stewartson equation and the (2+1)-dimensional nonlinear complex coupled Maccari system is presented. The Davey-Stewartson equation arises as a result of multiple-scale analysis of modulated nonlinear surface gravity waves propagating over a horizontal seabed and the (2+1)-dimensional nonlinear complex coupled Maccari equation describes the motion of the isolated waves, localized in a small part of space, in many fields such as hydrodynamic, plasma physics, nonlinear optics. We successfully construct some soliton, singular soliton and singular periodic wave solutions to these two nonlinear complex models. The 2D, 3D and contour graphs to some of the obtained solutions are presented.
This paper uses the data of China’s venture capital industry in the CVSource and Zero2IPO databases from 1999 to 2018 as a research sample. By using UCINET software to build the entire network of venture capital industry for social network analysis, I calculate the group tie density based on network interaction, status heterogeneity and faults based on network centrality, to analyse whether those group network characteristics affect the complementarity effect. Based on this, I use probit model regression test to carry on an examination.
The kinetic mechanism of chemical reaction was used to calculate the coupling of the fluid kinetics with the urea decomposition reaction and the SCR reaction kinetics. Combined with the engine test and simulation, the distribution uniformity of the urea injection and ammonia gas was studied. Through numerical simulation on urea spray and exhaust flow in Urea-SCR system, the flow field characteristics in whole after-treatment system are gotten. By using numerical calculation in different urea injection angle and orifice sizes, the urea-crystallization and ammonia distribution have been studied and the optimal urea spray angle and nozzle size are given.
Emerging as a new field, quantum computation has reinvented the fundamentals of Computer Science and knowledge theory in a manner consistent with quantum physics. The fact that quantum computation has superior features and new events than classical computation provides benefits in proving mathematical theories. With advances in technology, the nonlinear partial differential equations are used in almost every area, and many difficulties have been overcome by the solutions of these equations. In particular, the complex solutions of KdV and Burgers equations have been shown to be used in modeling a simple turbulence flow. In this study, Burger-like equation with complex solutions is defined in Hilbert space and solved with an example. In addition, these solutions were analyzed. Thanks to the Quantum Burgers-Like equation, the nonlinear differential equation is solved by linearizing. The pattern changes of time made the result linear. This means that the Quantum Burgers-Like equation can be used to smoothen the sonic processing.
In this study, we present some new results for the time fractional mixed boundary value problems. We consider a generalization of the Heat - conduction problem in two dimensions that arises during the manufacturing of p - n junctions. Constructive examples are also provided throughout the paper. The main purpose of this article is to present mathematical results that are useful to researchers in a variety of fields.
Various order of implicit method has been formulated for solving initial value problems having an initial singular point. The method provides better result than those obtained by used implicit formulae developed based on Euler and Runge-Kutta methods. Romberg scheme has been used for obtaining more accurate result.