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Topics include research on applying high precision ultrasonic ranging in the auto leveling system of pavers, influence of cutter geometric parameters on the stability of the milling process of thin-walled blades, studies on solar drying of oily sludge, fault diagnosis of aircraft power supplies based on a priority dynamic fault tree, the development of double-wave bands phototherapy, low temperature performance of a fiberglass geogrid, structure optimization of ship unloaders for weight reduction by FEA, design of a bionic flapping propulsion device, a study of traditional textile machinery in Southeast Shanxi Province, and more.
A dynamic fault tree method is a powerful method that can model dynamic systems; however, the dynamic fault tree cannot intuitive model a system and experiences a state space explosion problem in the phase of quantitative analysis (Amari et al.