Papers by Author: Shao Hong Wang

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Authors: Xian Guo Han, Wu Yi Chen, B. Huang, Shao Hong Wang
Abstract: The development of a virtual axis cutter grinder was introduced. The main contents of this paper include layout design, parameters design method, control system and program system. The purpose of the development of the parallel machine tools is for cutter grinding. The dimension of the cutter and the translation workspace for cutter grinding usually is small and is therefore suitable for the parallel machine tool application. The new machine tool has high rigidity and good precision.
Authors: Wen Deng, Liang Yue Xiong, C.W. Lung, Shao Hong Wang, Jian Ting Guo
Authors: Shao Hong Wang, He Ping Zhou, Ling Hong Luo, Liang Qiao
Authors: Y.C. Cheng, Shao Hong Wang, P.W. Kao, C.P. Chang
Authors: Wan Cheng Zhu, Shao Hong Wang, Chun An Tang
Authors: Shao Hong Wang, S. Zawadski, L. Akcelrud
Authors: Lian Chong Li, Chun An Tang, Leslie George Tham, Tian Hong Yang, Shao Hong Wang
Abstract: A series of numerical simulations of hydraulic fracturing were performed to study the initiation, propagation and breakdown of fluid driven fractures. The simulations are conducted with a flow-coupled Rock Failure Process Analysis code (RFPA2D). Both heterogeneity and permeability of the rocks are taken into account in the studies. The simulated results reflect macroscopic failure evolution process induced by microscopic fracture subjected to porosity pressure, which are well agreeable to the character of multiple hydraulic fracturing experiments. Based on the modeling results, it is pointed out that fracture is influenced not only by pore pressure magnitude on a local scale around the fracture tip but also by the orientation and the distribution of pore pressure gradients on a global scale. The fracture initiation, the orientation of crack path, the breakdown pressure and the stress field evolution around the fracture tip are influenced considerably by the orientation of the pore pressure. The research provides valuable guidance to the designers of hydraulic fracturing engineering.
Authors: Shao Hong Wang, He Ping Zhou, Ke Xin Chen, Xiao Shan Ning
Abstract: Preparation technology and sintering characteristics of the CaO-Al2O3-B2O3-SiO2 system glass ceramics were investigated. Results showed that the glass ceramics of this system could be sintered at 850oC; the material has fine sintering properties, outstanding dielectric properties including low dielectric constant (about 4.85, 1GHz) and low dielectric loss (about 0.1%, 1GHz). XRD analysis indicated that the crystalline phases in the sintered body are mainly Al5(BO3)O6, a trace amount of SiO2 and CaSiO3.
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