Volume 13 Issue 7 - April 23, 2010 PDF
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Research Express@NCKU Apr. 23 ~ Apr. 29, 2010

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Molecular Dynamics Study of Thermal Conductivity of Carbon Nanotubes
Jang-Yu Hsu

Scientific computing, especially modeling and simulation, can be an important part of knowledge creation. Observation - to see is to believe, enables scientists to make scientific discovery and to understand nature more deeply. The visualization in computation can help uncover the underlying physical principles which otherwise could be difficult or expensive to do in nature or in the lab, but …

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Analysis and Suppression on Simultaneous Switching Noise Coupling Between Multi-Cavities For Multilayer PCBs
Mau-Phon Houng

Simultaneous switching noise (SSN) in printed circuit boards (PCBs) or multi-chip module (MCM), commonly known as delta-I or ground bounce noise (GBN), has become major concern of the high-speed digital circuit with low voltage levels and fast edge rates. The power and ground planes constitute the power-bus which is actually a parallel-plate structure. The resonance noise propagating in this structure causes the power integrity (PI) problems for the circuit. …

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On the evolution and run-up of breaking solitary waves on a mild sloping beach
Shih-Chun Hsiao

Tsunami calamity is one of the powerful natural disasters within the ocean environment. Field survey evidence indicates that the destruction has a direct relevance to the run-up and run-down motions upon a nearshore beach (Fig. 1a). Particularly, solitary-type long waves have been traditionally employed to study various tsunami behaviors owing to simulation simplicity and similarity of wave hydrodynamics. …

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WRITING FORMATIONS IN DUN-HUANG MANUSCRIPTS AND EASTERN CULTURES
San-Ching Wang

Letters were used to communicate and express emotions with characters instead of languages. Before papers were massively produced, letters were made of, except for expensive silk, bamboo pieces in a length of around twenty two centimeters. Hence, in ancient China, letters were also called ”Chu Du (尺牘)“, which meant to read letters on bamboo pieces. Liou Hsieh (劉勰) did not only trace the history of …

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