Advanced searches left 3/3

5 Speed - PLOS

Summarized by Plex Scholar
Last Updated: 16 April 2022

* If you want to update the article please login/register

Efficacy and cost of acoustic-informed and wind speed-only turbine curtailment to reduce bat fatalities at a wind energy facility in Wisconsin

Many facilities in an attempt to minimize the impacts of wind energy production on bat populations, including wind turbine blade rotation during low wind speeds at night, are limited. Incorporating real-time bat activity data into wind speed-only curtailment plans can increase operational elasticity by allowing turbines to operate normally when bats are not present near turbines. TIMR turbines were down by 39. 4% during nighttime hours, relative to 31. 0% for WOC turbines, and revenue losses were approximately 280% as high for turbines under the WOC's policy.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0266500


Quantifying volume and high-speed technical actions of professional soccer players using foot-mounted inertial measurement units

Methods: 21 professional soccer player ball launches, high-speed ball manufactures, and ball release index were all examined during the in-season phase of the UK domestic season's 25 weeks, including ball release and ball release index. To establish the reliability of the methods, Pearson's product-moment correlation coefficient and confidence intervals were used to determine the reliability of the tools, although a general linear mixed model simulation approach was used to determine estimated marginal mean values for total ball releases, high-speed ball launches, and ball release index estimates were used. p > 0. 001, playing positions p > 0. 001, high-speed ball launches, and ball releasing index all illustrated main effects for fixture proximity p> 0. 001, p > 0. 001 and various training classes p > 0. 001. CI- 16. 2 to 19 and MD-2 16. 8 to 18. 7; CI- 14. 9 to 16. 7; CI- 11. 9 to 15. 6; and ball release index 145. 1 to 150. 9 across all fixture proximities. (Source: 11. 9 to 157. 1; CI- 26. 1 to 157. 2; CI- 16. 2 to 18. 7; CI- 14. 9 to 15. 8; CI- 11. 9 to 157. 2; CI- 14. 9; 151. 2 to 150. 8 0. 9. 0. 3 to 0. 4; small-sided games 1. 4 1. 6; CI-0. 6 to 1. 4; and tactical 10. 0 1. 1 to 10. 5; CI- 5. 6 to 10. 5; CI- 0. 9 to 11. 0; CI- 6. 1 to 0. 6; CI- 1. 0 to 1. 6; and tactical 10. 0 10. 5; and youth sports 1. 0 to 1. 6; and small-sided games 1. 4 1. 6; 1. 2 to 1. 6 Both ball release numbers and speed should be determined when determining the tactical outcomes in training according to fixture proximity, drill style, and player position to allow increased training prescription.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0263518


Slow nucleosome dynamics set the transcriptional speed limit and induce RNA polymerase II traffic jams and bursts

The mean first passage time and the difference of the first passage time were calculated in terms of nucleosome rate constants, allowing for the quantitative analysis of nucleosome-induced pausing on pioneering polymerase dynamics. The mean first passage elongation rate is inversely proportional to the MFPT and can be considered as a new axis of the ddTASEP phase diagram, orthogonal to the classical -plane. We show that the intra-burst RNAPII waiting times match the TIME-headway distribution of a max flux TASEP and that the average interburst interval, tIBI, correlates with the index of dispersion De. When 1 begins, burst sizes are geometrically distributed, enabling large bursts even though the average burst size NB is small. Final, preliminary findings on the relative effects of static and dynamic defects are shown to show that dynamic defects can cause equal or greater pausing than static bottle necks. Nucleosomes are spaced every 200 base pairs along the length of a strand of DNA and convert genes into heterochromatin, blocking transcription by RNA polymerase II. When RNAPII goes by, nucleosomes that are closely linked to DNA strands, are firmly linked to nucleosomes in active genes, wrapping and unwrapping nucleosomes halt transcription.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1009811


Implementation intentions speed up young adults’ responses to prospective memory targets in everyday life

Although young adults have high PM skills in laboratory settings, their ability to carry out planned activities in naturalistic settings are surprisingly poor. The present study investigated the success of various encoding techniques in improving young adults' daily life. The task instructions were either given alone or followed by: the if-then statement, graphicizing the process, or the combination of the if-then statement and visualisation. With no effect of the if-then statement on the percentage of correct PM responses, the results may indicate that if-then made the PM cue-intention association better, but not influence the PM cue saliency.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0260856


The influence of high-speed rails on urban innovation and the underlying mechanism

We empirically examined the effects of high-speed rails on urban development and the mechanism that accounts for this effect using panel results from 285 cities in China. We found that high-speed rails greatly boost urban development. We discovered that high-speed rails can greatly raise urban growth. High-speed rails were found to raise the agglomeration of innovation factors, including population and investment, which in turn boost urban technological innovation. High-speed rails promoted knowledge dissemination and technology spillovers among the cities along high-speed railways, thus raising innovation rates by using a spatial panel framework.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0264779


Joint optimization of high-speed train timetables, speed levels and stop plans for increasing capacity based on a compressed multilayer space-time network

Some high-speed railway sections in China have been in a difficult situation due to the steady increase in passenger volume of high-speed railways. With the maximum number of trains that can be scheduled in the train timetable as the goal, a compressed multilayer space-time network model is designed to solve this issue. The combination of the train stop plan and speed level is represented by the network's layer, where the train is located, and restrictions such as train identification, train safety, overtake, and cross-line trains are considered.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0264835

* Please keep in mind that all text is summarized by machine, we do not bear any responsibility, and you should always check original source before taking any actions

* Please keep in mind that all text is summarized by machine, we do not bear any responsibility, and you should always check original source before taking any actions