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Constanza Schapheer – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • New records of Moluchia strigata (Blanchard, 1851) (Blattodea: Ectobiidae) in Mediterranean Matorral, Central Chile Nuevos registros de Moluchia strigata (Blanchard, 1851) (Blattodea: Ectobiidae) en el Matorral Mediterráneo de Chile Central
    , 2020
    Co-Authors: Cristian A. Villagra, Constanza Schapheer

    Abstract:

    . 1984, Frank & Lounibos 2010, Maekawa & Nalepa 2011). Wild Blattodea have been reported as relevant participants of nutrient cycling and organic matter turnover (Irmer & Furch 1979, Geng & Cote 2002). Moreover, cockroaches are part of several ecological interactions, including pollination (Bell

  • Nuevos registros de Moluchia strigata (Blanchard, 1851) (Blattodea: Ectobiidae) en el Matorral Mediterráneo de Chile Central
    Gayana, 2016
    Co-Authors: Cristian A. Villagra, Constanza Schapheer

    Abstract:

    Despite of commonly been associated with antrophized habitats, most cockroaches do not overlap with human habitats (Schal et al. 1984, Frank & Lounibos 2010, Maekawa & Nalepa 2011). Wild Blattodea have been reported as relevant participants of nutrient cycling and organic matter turnover (Irmer & Furch 1979, Geng & Cote 2002). Moreover, cockroaches are part of several ecological interactions, including pollination (Bell et al. 2007, Nagamitsu & Inoue 1997, Momose et al. 1998, Vlasakova et al. 2008). Therefore, in addition to its zoological and evolutionary relevance, these insects can be used for environmental monitoring and litter quality bioindicators (Gerlach et al. 2013).

Cristian A. Villagra – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • New records of Moluchia strigata (Blanchard, 1851) (Blattodea: Ectobiidae) in Mediterranean Matorral, Central Chile Nuevos registros de Moluchia strigata (Blanchard, 1851) (Blattodea: Ectobiidae) en el Matorral Mediterráneo de Chile Central
    , 2020
    Co-Authors: Cristian A. Villagra, Constanza Schapheer

    Abstract:

    . 1984, Frank & Lounibos 2010, Maekawa & Nalepa 2011). Wild Blattodea have been reported as relevant participants of nutrient cycling and organic matter turnover (Irmer & Furch 1979, Geng & Cote 2002). Moreover, cockroaches are part of several ecological interactions, including pollination (Bell

  • Nuevos registros de Moluchia strigata (Blanchard, 1851) (Blattodea: Ectobiidae) en el Matorral Mediterráneo de Chile Central
    Gayana, 2016
    Co-Authors: Cristian A. Villagra, Constanza Schapheer

    Abstract:

    Despite of commonly been associated with antrophized habitats, most cockroaches do not overlap with human habitats (Schal et al. 1984, Frank & Lounibos 2010, Maekawa & Nalepa 2011). Wild Blattodea have been reported as relevant participants of nutrient cycling and organic matter turnover (Irmer & Furch 1979, Geng & Cote 2002). Moreover, cockroaches are part of several ecological interactions, including pollination (Bell et al. 2007, Nagamitsu & Inoue 1997, Momose et al. 1998, Vlasakova et al. 2008). Therefore, in addition to its zoological and evolutionary relevance, these insects can be used for environmental monitoring and litter quality bioindicators (Gerlach et al. 2013).

Song Huang – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Effect of material defects on crack initiation under rolling contact fatigue in a bearing ring
    Tribology International, 2013
    Co-Authors: Song Deng, Song Huang

    Abstract:

    Abstract The effects of material defects such as pores on the crack initiation under rolling contact fatigue (RCF) in a bearing ring are investigated here. First, the main contact position between the ball and the raceway surface is investigated, and the effect of the depth of the pore on the crack initiation is analyzed. Second, several parameters, such as radial load, surface traction and raceway groove curvature radius (RGCR), are varied to evaluate stress intensity factors (SIFs), crack growth rates and crack growth angles. The results provide valuable guidelines for enhanced understanding of RCF in bearings.

  • Effect of material defects on crack initiation under rolling contact fatigue in a bearing ring
    Tribology International, 2013
    Co-Authors: Lin Hua, S.-E. Deng, Xinghui Han, Song Huang

    Abstract:

    The effects of material defects such as pores on the crack initiation under rolling contact fatigue (RCF) in a bearing ring are investigated here. First, the main contact position between the ball and the raceway surface is investigated, and the effect of the depth of the pore on the crack initiation is analyzed. Second, several parameters, such as radial load, surface traction and raceway groove curvature radius (RGCR), are varied to evaluate stress intensity factors (SIFs), crack growth rates and crack growth angles. The results provide valuable guidelines for enhanced understanding of RCF in bearings. ?? 2013 Elsevier Ltd.