Review Article of American Journal of Agricultural Research Research Status of Power Allocation of Combine Harvester Ping Jiang, Aoqi Zhang, Yujie Deng, Huawei Liu, Haoze Li, Guohai Zhang* School of Agricultural Engineering And Food Science, Shandong University of Technology, Zibo, 255000, China. The development of combine harvester has greatly promoted the development of global agricultural mechanization, In this paper, a large number of research results related to power allocation of combine harvesters were collected, The development status of combined harvester transmission system and power test system is summarized through analysis and selection, It is found that there are few researches on the power distribution of the combine harvester, so it is necessary to further study the related research of the combine harvester. Keywords: Combine harvester; Transmission system; Power test system ...
Combine harvester; Transmission system; Power test system
Research Article of International Journal of Industrial and Business Management The Quantitative Analysis and Decision-making of MSMEs’ Credit Risk Xiaorui Tao1*, Junzhe Zhao1, Jianying Xu1, Keyue Wang1 1College of Economics & Management, China Three Gorges University, Yichang, 443002, China. In this study, we focused on the quantitative analysis and decision-making of credit risk of the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) from the perspective of bank. Based on the data of 123 MSMEs, we extracted and processed information from the original data with theoretical analysis and feature engineering, and established an entropy weight-TOPSIS model to get the credit risk index of each MSME. Meanwhile, the credit strategy optimization model was constructed, and the DE algorithm was used to solve the credit strategy scheme for bank to each MSME. According to the relationship between the total annual credit of bank, interest rate and expected profit, we analyzed the partial sensitivity of the model and explored the maximum profitability of the bank and finally gave helpful suggestions. Our results have guiding significance for banks to manage and make decisions on the credit risk of MSMEs. Keywords: Credit risk; MSMEs; Entropy weight-TOPSIS model; Credit strategy optimization model; DE algorithm ...
Credit risk; MSMEs; Entropy weight-TOPSIS model; Credit strategy optimization model; DE algorithm
REPAIR OF AVULSION FRACTURE OF THE ANTERIOR SUPERIOR ILIAC SPINE BY KNOTLESS SUTURE BRIDGE: SURGICAL TECHNIQUE AND A REVIEW OF 5 CASES
Research Article of Internal Journal of Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Repair of avulsion fracture of the anterior superior iliac spine by knotless suture bridge: Surgical technique and a review of 5 cases Tengyun Yang, Yanlin Li, Fuke Wang, Renjie He, Chuan He Department of Sports Medicine, The First Affiliated Hospital of Kunming Medical University, Kunming, Yunnan province, China, 650032 Background: Avulsion fracture of the anterior superior iliac spine (ASIS) is a rare form of apophyseal avulsion fracture of the pelvis, and there is a lack of evidence-based guidelines for the selection of treatment options. There are various surgical procedures, but there is the risk of secondary removal of internal fixator and growth disturbance caused by epiphyseal fixation. Methods: We treated 5 patients with avulsion fracture of the anterior superior iliac spine by knotless suture bridge technique who visited our hospital from 2015 to 2020.The surgical treatment results were retrospectively analyzed. Results: 5 patients with fractures were healed after the surgery, no associated complications, the mean postoperative follow-up was 29.2 months (6-60months), all patients were not reported pain symptoms (visual analogue score of 0), they don't have the limitation of daily activities, and the hip joint function recovered well, and very pleased with the results (Harris score 100 points) at the final follow-up. Conclusion: Knotless suture bridge technique is simple and effective in the repair of the avulsion fracture of anterior superior iliac spine. For such patients, this surgical technique can provide stable and reliable fixation, allow early recovery, and provide a feasible scheme for clinical practice. Keywords: Anterior superior iliac spine; Avulsion fracture; Suture bridge; Surgical technique; Retrospective analysis ...
Anterior superior iliac spine; Avulsion fracture; Suture bridge; Surgical technique; Retrospective analysis
Case Report of International Journal of Case Reports Seckel Syndrome & Skull Morphology: Quantifying Characteristics Steven A. Lewis*, Stuart Inglis, PhD, Scott Doyle, PhD Department of Pathology & Anatomical Sciences, University at Buffalo 955 Main St., Buffalo, NY 14203 Seckel Syndrome is a rare genetic disorder which causes morphological changes throughout the body. Some of the most commonly reported changes are those present within the cranium and mandible such as microcephaly, a beak-like nose with convex nasal ridge, and mandibular deformities such as micrognathia. However, these clinical terms provide insufficient information to allow for proper diagnosis or to understand the distortions in physiology that take place with the disease. Therefore, quantification of the features of the skull are necessary to further explain this pathology, and comparisons to normal variation will help to understand the degree to which the anatomy is affected. Seckel Syndrome is classified as a member of the microcephaly family of pathologies; however, our results demonstrate that the overall volume of the skull is not as significantly decreased as the cranial vault itself, which may provide the catalyst for Chiari Type I malformations. The mandible, likewise, is severely altered by Seckel Syndrome decreases in approximately 44% of its volume and demonstrating altered physical proportions. Finally, the osteological measurements of the facial features demonstrated inconsistent findings between different anatomical structures providing evidence that Seckel Syndrome may have a variable effect on the different bones and tissues of the skull. Keywords: Seckel Syndrome; Skull Morphology; Microcephaly; Computational Biology; CT; Morphometrics ...
Seckel Syndrome; Skull Morphology; Microcephaly; Computational Biology; CT; Morphometrics
Research Article of Global journal of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering The influence of the stratum structure of the pipe pile sliding pile of the offshore platform Hongru Li Shanghai Maritime University, Shanghai 201306, China This article has carried on the theoretical analysis to the generation mechanism of the sliding pile phenomenon. A certain prediction was made on the causes of slipping piles and their influencing factors. At the same time, it is based on the collected field measurement data, an engineering example is selected to briefly analyze the changes in the bearing capacity of the pile foundation after the sliding pile occurs. It is found that the influence of the sliding pile on the bearing capacity of the pile foundation is mainly the influence on the side friction resistance of the pile, and the reduction of the soil resistance is also mainly due to the reduction of the side friction resistance of the pile. Finally, using ABAQUS finite element analysis software, a numerical simulation analysis was carried out on the changes of the stratum structure, the analysis results show that the position change of the soft soil layer has a certain influence on the bearing capacity of the pile, but it does not change the settlement of the pile top under the limit state; The greater the strength of the supporting layer, the greater the bearing capacity and the greater the displacement when reaching the limit state; The length of the slipped pile does not affect the bearing capacity of the pile foundation, and the farther the slipping occurs from the bearing layer, the smaller the impact on the bearing capacity of the pile foundation. Therefore, in the actual project, attention should be paid to the selection of the bearing layer and the soft soil layer close to the bearing ...
Slipped pile; Stratum structure; Numerical Simulation; Pile foundation bearing capacity
MODIFIED PUTTI PROCEDURE FOR THE SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS WITH ADULT ACQUIRED CAVO-VARUS RESULTING FROM PERONEAL TENDON RUPTURE
Research Article of American Journal of Surgical Research and Reviews Modified Putti Procedure for the Surgical Management of Patients with Adult Acquired Cavo-Varus Resulting from Peroneal Tendon Rupture Joseph Anderson1*, DPM, FACFAS; G. Parker Peresko2, DPM; Sara Grzywa3, DPM; Emily Keeter3, DPM; Brooke Lynn Anderson4, BS 1Partner at New Mexico Bone and Joint Institute Alamogordo, New Mexico. Fellowship Director at American Foundation of Lower Extremity Surgery and Research. 2Resident at Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA. 3Fellow at the American Foundation of Lower Extremity Surgery and Research Alamogordo, NM. 4First Year Medical Student Midwestern University School of Podiatric Medicine Glendale, AZ. Background: Peroneal pathology, including trauma, can result in Cavovarus-Drop Foot type deformity, precluding patients from functioning in or attempting bracing. Lateral ankle stabilization and other associated procedures sometimes are not enough to address the resultant deformity, thus many CavoVarus-Dropfoot patients still have gait abnormalities, function minimally in a brace and still have secondary ambulatory pain and loss of function even when braced. We review the results of 9 patients meeting this criteria and electing for a Modified Putti Procedure and lower extremity reconstruction. Materials and Methods: The charts of 9 patients with adult-acquired CavoVarus deformity foot type after peroneal rupture were reviewed, all but 1 had failed previous AFO/bracing. These patients underwent surgical correction all consisting of the Modified Putti procedure, along with other ancillary procedures and the results and outcomes were collected. Additionally, surgical technique was documented. Results: The mean VAS score improved from 9.1 to 2.4 pre- and post-operatively, respectively. The average time to weight bearing was 7.2 weeks. Four of 9 (44.44%) patients experienced some form of complication. Eight of 9 (88.88%) patients relayed the surgery was a success and would opt to undergo it again, given the choice. Conclusion: The Modified Putti Procedure showed promising results, great ...
Peroneal Rupture, Cavovarus; tendon transfer; Posterior Tibial Transfer; Acquired Cavovarus; Putti