Digital Model Simulation : The Studies
A study about the glacial-outwash aquifer, Otter Creek-Dry Creek basin, Cortland County, New York was prepared in cooperation with Cortland County, New York. The study revealed that the aquifer is one of the most important in the area and has tremendous potential for irrigation and drinking purposes.
A paper about surface roughness in industry 4.0 found that phenomenon twins are necessary to realizing effective cyber-physical interfaces.
A review about the design of automation equipment based on digital twins and virtual commissioning showed that the use of digital twins allows for the design of equipment with a more comprehensive and efficient layout. Moreover, this technique can increase the development speed and quality.
A journal about geometric relationships between siblings, cousins and twins in the geological model has been undertaken in an attempt to improve mining algorithms. The study found that geometric relationships between siblings, cousins and twins can improve mining algorithms by reducing the need for fewer calculations. In addition, geometric relationships between siblings, cousins and twins can help to identify coal seams more easily.
A paper about the glacial-outwash Aquifer in Cortland County, New York showed that as the population grows, there will be an increase in ground-water use. The Aquifer is located in the Otter Creek-Dry Creek Basin and is experiencing shrinking glaciers. This will cause a rise in water temperatures, which willaffected the Aquifer and its soil resources.
A study about the Glacial-Outwash Aquifer at Dayton, Ohio documented how it responds to various pumping stresses. The digital model study allowed for a better understanding of the aquifer system and helped to show how it changes with time. The study was able to help recreate the conditions that existed during the Glacial epoch.
A journal about the feasibility of creating a temporary off-grid energy generation unit is conducted to help emergency services and other end-users make smart decisions about their energy needs. This article will describe the design and components of a TGEU, including surveys involved in its development.
An evaluation about spray positions for better nasal drug delivery was conducted. A total of 25 patients were randomly allocated to one of four spray positions (chin up, down, right side, left side). After the trial was completed, results showed that the chin-up position was the best for overall delivery of drugs. It increased the direct intracranial pressure by 7 mmHg and decreased shoulder pain index by 56%. The down position was also found to be a good choice for delivery of drugs to the nose. However, left side spray was reported to cause more problems such as obstruction and nasalitis than right side spray. Therefore, further research is needed in order to choose the correct spray position for each individual patient.
A study about how curvature can be adapted to CNC machining using a 5-axis delay chuck has been carried out. It was found that although curvature is still a challenge in this technology, it can be greatly simplified with the aid of a delay chuck. This study demonstrates how uses of a delayed chuck can help reduce manufacturing costs and improving geometric accuracy.
A study about the effect of surface roughness on the performance of industry 4.0 systems has been conducted. The study assumes that the surfaces of the hardware and software systems will be treated as phenomenon twins. It was found that surface roughness has a significant impact on system performance. When roughness is greater than a certain threshold, system performance starts to suffer. The study found that if surface roughness is below a certain level, the system can function adequately.
A study about the fracture porosity of glacial till has been carried out. Two methods were used to measure the fracture porosity, one based on tritium tracer studies and the other based on hydraulic head and digital model simulations. The results showed that the fractures were thicker in areas with high hydraulic head, while they were thinner in areas with low hydraulic head. The study provides information about the fracture porosity of glacial till.
A research about the growing use of simulation technologies in global craniofacial surgical training found that this is an effective and popular teaching method used by residents to gain better surgical skills. Simulation allows residents to learn from past mistakes, which can save lives. Furthermore, simulation is an expensive way to teach medical skills, so the continued growth of this technology is good news for both surgeons and patients.
A paper about the effects of the construction of locks and dams on the Red River Alluvial Aquifer in Shreveport, La., is being conducted by the United States Geological Survey. This study will provide important information for endeavors such as navigation on the river.
A study about digital enterprise technology overviews the following main aspects: -The digital world has made it easier for businesses to collaborate and improve their productivity. -This has allowed for a more efficient manufacturing process. -Now, companies are able to use digital tools to manage their factories more effectively. -This has resulted in new ways of exporting products and reducing the cost of shipping.
A study about spray position for improved nasal drug delivery was conducted. The study found that the best spray position is between the eyebrows and the nose. The most accurate way to deliver medications is through a steady stream of water droplets in a directed path to the mouth and noses. Spray Zapper mist spray demonstrated an accuracy of 90%.23.