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Articles by Haiyan Chen in JoVE
Benefits of Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy in an Asynchronous Heart Failure Model Induced by Left Bundle Branch Ablation and Rapid Pacing Jingfeng Wang*1, Zhenning Nie*1, Haiyan Chen*2, Xianhong Shu2, Zhaohua Yang3, Ruiming Yao1, Yangang Su1, Junbo Ge1 1Department of Cardiology, Shanghai Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases, Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University, 2Department of Echocardiography, Shanghai Institute of Medical imaging, Shanghai Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases, Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University, 3Department of Cardiac surgery, Shanghai Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases, Zhongshan Hospital, Fudan University The establishment of a chronic asynchronous heart failure (HF) model by rapid pacing combined with left bundle branch ablation is presented. Two-dimensional speckle tracking imaging and aortic velocity time integral are applied to validate this stable HF model with left ventricular asynchrony and the benefits of cardiac resynchronization therapy.
Stress Distribution During Cold Compression of Rocks and Mineral Aggregates Using Synchrotron-based X-Ray Diffraction Cecilia S.N. Cheung1,2, Donald J. Weidner1, Li Li1, Philip G. Meredith3, Haiyan Chen1, Matthew Whitaker1, Xianyin Chen4 1Mineral Physics Institute, Department of Geoscience, Stony Brook University, 2Geological Engineering, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 3Rock and Ice Physics Laboratory, Department of Earth Sciences, University College London, 4Department of Chemistry, Stony Brook University We report detailed procedures for compression experiments on rocks and mineral aggregates within a multi-anvil deformation apparatus coupled with synchrotron X-radiation. Such experiments allow quantification of the stress distribution within samples, that ultimately sheds light on compaction processes in geomaterials.
Other articles by Haiyan Chen on PubMed
Revisit of Pressure-Induced Phase Transition in PbSe: Crystal Structure, and Thermoelastic and Electrical Properties Inorganic Chemistry. | Pubmed ID: 25938257 Lead selenide, PbSe, an important lead chalcogenide semiconductor, has been investigated using in-situ high-pressure/high-temperature synchrotron X-ray diffraction and electrical resistivity measurements. For the first time, high-quality X-ray diffraction data were collected for the intermediate orthorhombic PbSe. Combined with ab initio calculations, we find a Cmcm, InI-type symmetry for the intermediate phase, which is structurally more favorable than the anti-GeS-type Pnma. At room temperature, the onset of the cubic-orthorhombic transition was observed at ∼3.5 GPa with a ∼3.4% volume reduction. At an elevated temperature of 1000 K, the reversed orthorhombic-to-cubic transition was observed at 6.12 GPa, indicating a positive Clapeyron slope for the phase boundary. Interestingly, phase-transition induced elastic softening in PbSe was also observed, which can be mainly attributed to the loosely bonded trigonal prisms along the b-axis in the Cmcm structure. In a comparison with the cubic phase, orthorhombic PbSe exhibits a large negative pressure dependence of electrical resistivity. In addition, thermoelastic properties of orthorhombic PbSe have been derived from isothermal compression data, such as the temperature derivative of bulk modulus and thermally induced pressure.