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Jin Yang

Clemson University (US)


Recent publications
1.  Zieliński T.G., Opiela K.C., Pawłowski P., Dauchez N., Boutin T., Kennedy J., Trimble D., Rice H., Van Damme B., Hannema G., Wróbel R., Kim S., Ghaffari Mosanenzadeh S., Fang N.X., Yang J., Briere de La Hosseraye B., Hornikx M.C.J., Salze E., Galland M.-A., Boonen R., Carvalho de Sousa A., Deckers E., Gaborit M., Groby J.-P., Reproducibility of sound-absorbing periodic porous materials using additive manufacturing technologies: round robin study, Additive Manufacturing, ISSN: 2214-8604, DOI: 10.1016/j.addma.2020.101564, Vol.36, pp.101564-1-24, 2020

Abstract:
The purpose of this work is to check if additive manufacturing technologies are suitable for reproducing porous samples designed for sound absorption. The work is an inter-laboratory test, in which the production of samples and their acoustic measurements are carried out independently by different laboratories, sharing only the same geometry codes describing agreed periodic cellular designs. Different additive manufacturing technologies and equipment are used to make samples. Although most of the results obtained from measurements performed on samples with the same cellular design are very close, it is shown that some discrepancies are due to shape and surface imperfections, or microporosity, induced by the manufacturing process. The proposed periodic cellular designs can be easily reproduced and are suitable for further benchmarking of additive manufacturing techniques for rapid prototyping of acoustic materials and metamaterials.

Keywords:
porous materials, designed periodicity, additive manufacturing, sound absorption

Affiliations:
Zieliński T.G. - IPPT PAN
Opiela K.C. - IPPT PAN
Pawłowski P. - IPPT PAN
Dauchez N. - Sorbonne University Alliance (FR)
Boutin T. - Sorbonne University Alliance (FR)
Kennedy J. - Trinity College (IE)
Trimble D. - Trinity College (IE)
Rice H. - Trinity College (IE)
Van Damme B. - other affiliation
Hannema G. - other affiliation
Wróbel R. - other affiliation
Kim S. - other affiliation
Ghaffari Mosanenzadeh S. - other affiliation
Fang N.X. - other affiliation
Yang J. - Clemson University (US)
Briere de La Hosseraye B. - other affiliation
Hornikx M.C.J. - other affiliation
Salze E. - other affiliation
Galland M.-A. - École Centrale de Lyon (FR)
Boonen R. - other affiliation
Carvalho de Sousa A. - other affiliation
Deckers E. - Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (BE)
Gaborit M. - other affiliation
Groby J.-P. - other affiliation
2.  Chylek L.A., Hu B., Blinov M.L., Emonet T., Faeder J.R., Goldstein B., Gutenkunst R.N., Haugh J.M., Lipniacki T., Posner R.G., Yang J., Hlavacek W.S., Guidelines for visualizing and annotating rule-based models, MOLECULAR BIOSYSTEMS, ISSN: 1742-206X, DOI: 10.1039/c1mb05077j, Vol.7, pp.2779-2795, 2011

Abstract:
Rule-based modeling provides a means to represent cell signaling systems in a way that captures site-specific details of molecular interactions. For rule-based models to be more widely understood and (re)used, conventions for model visualization and annotation are needed. We have developed the concepts of an extended contact map and a model guide for illustrating and annotating rule-based models. An extended contact map represents the scope of a model by providing an illustration of each molecule, molecular component, direct physical interaction, post-translational modification, and enzyme–substrate relationship considered in a model. A map can also illustrate allosteric effects, structural relationships among molecular components, and compartmental locations of molecules. A model guide associates elements of a contact map with annotation and elements of an underlying model, which may be fully or partially specified. A guide can also serve to document the biological knowledge upon which a model is based. We provide examples of a map and guide for a published rule-based model that characterizes early events in IgE receptor (FceRI) signaling. We also provide examples of how to visualize a variety of processes that are common in cell signaling systems but not considered in the example model, such as ubiquitination. An extended contact map and an associated guide can document knowledge of a cell signaling system in a form that is visual as well as executable. As a tool for model annotation, a map and guide can communicate the content of a model clearly and with precision, even for large models.

Affiliations:
Chylek L.A. - Los Alamos National Laboratory (US)
Hu B. - Los Alamos National Laboratory (US)
Blinov M.L. - University of Connecticut Health Center (US)
Emonet T. - Yale University (US)
Faeder J.R. - University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine (US)
Goldstein B. - Los Alamos National Laboratory (US)
Gutenkunst R.N. - University of Arizona (US)
Haugh J.M. - University of Warwick (GB)
Lipniacki T. - IPPT PAN
Posner R.G. - Translational Genomics Research Institute (US)
Yang J. - Clemson University (US)
Hlavacek W.S. - Los Alamos National Laboratory (US)

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