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[en] In the new historical period, library took on a new mission in the development of the society and enterprise. How does the library give its full play in information and technology advantage to encourage enterprises to move forward? This paper discussed its important position in social progress and enterprise development and revealed the importance of modernization of the library. At the same time, it also discussed how we achieve its modernization construction to continuously update the library's internal mechanisms and make information resources extensively configured and utilized, through which an enterprise can gain new energy and strength in the fierce competitive and stand in an invincible position, which will be an overlooked problem in the development of an enterprise. (author)
[en] The horizontal sinter-HIP equipment with great charge capacity and high performance, developed and manufactured by Central Iron and Steel Research Institute(CISRI), is mainly used for sintering and condensation of hard metals. This equipment is characterized by large hot zone, high heating speed, good temperature uniformity and fast cooling system. The equipment can provide uniform hot zone with temperature difference less than 6 oC at 1500-1600 oC and 6-10 MPa by controlling temperature, pressure and circulation of gas precisely. Using large scale horizontal sinter-HIP equipment to produce hard matals have many advantages such as stable quality, high efficiency of production, high rate of finished products and low production cost, so this equipment is a good choice for manufacturer of hard metals. (author)
[en] Highlights: •Structural equation modeling was applied to examine factors affecting acceptance. •Perceived energy supply benefit was the most important factor. •Perceived environmental benefit had a significant, positive effect on acceptance. •Perceived risks negatively influenced acceptance. •Trust was significantly associated with perceived benefits and risks. -- Abstract: A causal model explaining Chinese university students' acceptance of nuclear power was tested. In our model, we hypothesized that perceived energy supply benefits, environmental benefits, and risks are determinants of Chinese university students' acceptance of nuclear power. We further assumed that trust affects perceived energy supply benefits, environmental benefits, and risk perception. In other words, trust indirectly affects acceptance. Structural equation modeling procedure was employed to test the hypothesized model, based on the data collected via a questionnaire survey of Chinese university students (N = 506). Results revealed that acceptance was mainly influenced by perceived energy supply benefits. In addition, perceived environmental benefits also had significantly positive impact on acceptance. Compared to the impact of perceived benefits on acceptance, perceived risks had a significantly smaller negative influence. Furthermore, trust strongly affected perceived energy supply benefits, environmental benefits, and risk perception. Therefore, emphasizing energy supply benefits of nuclear power seems to improve the level of acceptance when communicating to Chinese university students.
[en] China Experimental Fast Reactor (CEFR) is the first fast reactor in China, and the first fast reactor power plant as well, with the objective of connecting to grid with 40% power. The connecting system to power grid is one of key jobs for CEFR. This paper systematically introduced the overall construction status of CEFR connecting system. The completion and operation of the connecting system ensured power generation of CEFR. It was proved that the project management is precise, innovative and suitable, and the experience could be made reference for correlative fields. (authors)
[en] Highlights: • Content analysis was applied to analyze media coverage of nuclear power in China. • The media coverage is consistent with the Chinese government's nuclear policies. • Anti-nuclear opinions were rarely published. • Nuclear accidents always attract high media attention. - Abstract: China has vigorously pursued nuclear power and has developed a series of ambitious nuclear power policies in the past several years. To smoothly implement these policies, the Chinese government wants to mobilize public support because a high level of public acceptance helps legitimize these policies. Considering that news media can influence public opinion, we analyzed the content of news articles related to nuclear power in two Chinese mainstream newspapers, The People's Daily and The Guangming Daily, between 2004 and 2013. The results show that the articles in the two newspapers primarily reflected pro-nuclear or informational statements, whereas anti-nuclear opinions were rarely published. Pro-nuclear arguments most often focused on environmental benefits and safety, which have been frequently emphasized in the Chinese government's nuclear power policies. These findings indicate that the mainstream news coverage of nuclear power is highly consistent with the Chinese government's pro-nuclear policies, which suggests that the government had a significant impact on the content reported by the mainstream media in China. Lastly, this study proposes some policy recommendations for nuclear power development in China.
[en] An in situ multi-beam optical sensor system was used to monitor and analyze the force per unit width (F/w) and stress evolution during several stages in magnetron-sputtered SiO2 and SiNx films. Stress was observed to relieve quickly after interrupt and recover rapidly after growth resumption in both films. Stress relief was reversible in SiO2 film but partial reversible in SiNx film. Stress relief results from both physical and chemical adsorption. Stress recovery is caused by physical desorption. And chemical adsorption results in an irreversible stress relief component. No chemical adsorption occurs in SiO2 film because of the stable chemical structure. The relationship between adsorption kinetics and films' mechanical behavior is revealed
[en] Growth stress in hafnium oxide/silicon dioxide (HfO2/SiO2) multilayers was measured in situ to understand the role of the sublayers and the influence of the underlayers' structural features. Experiments using three- and six-layer films were performed by electron-beam evaporation. During deposition, the developing trend of the force per unit width was controlled by changing the thickness ratio of the HfO2 and SiO2 layers. The substrate material affected the initial stress evolution of HfO2 film. The structural feature of the HfO2 layer onto which SiO2 was deposited and the whole film thickness have a combined effect on the stress evolution of the SiO2 layer. - Highlights: ► Film radius stress relates to thickness ratio of sublayers. ► The initial stress evolutions of HfO2 depended on the substrate material. ► The structural feature of H layer affects the stress evolution of L layer.