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2018 30 A
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2018 2.78
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2018 2.78
2017 2.41
2016 1.87

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  • Changes of Conformation in Albumin with Temperature by Molecular Dynamics Simulations
    • P. Weber
    • P. Bełdowski
    • K. Domino
    • D. Ledziński
    • A. Gadomski

    - ENTROPY-SWITZ - 2020

    This work presents the analysis of the conformation of albumin in the temperature range of 300K – 312K, i.e., in the physiological range. Using molecular dynamics simulations, we calculate values of the backbone and dihedral angles for this molecule. We analyze the global dynamic properties of albumin treated as a chain. In this range of temperature, we study parameters of the molecule and the conformational entropy derived from...

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  • Entropy Production Associated with Aggregation into Granules in a Subdiffusive Environment
    • P. Weber
    • P. Bełdowski
    • M. Bier
    • A. Gadomski
    • B. Piotr

    - ENTROPY-SWITZ - 2018

    We study the entropy production that is associated with the growing or shrinking of a small granule in, for instance, a colloidal suspension or in an aggregating polymer chain. A granule will fluctuate in size when the energy of binding is comparable to k_{B}T, which is the “quantum” of Brownian energy. Especially for polymers, the conformational energy landscape is often rough and has been commonly modeled as being self-similar...

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  • Entropic Measures of Complexity of Short-Term Dynamics of Nocturnal Heartbeats in an Aging Population
    • D. Makowiec
    • A. Kaczkowska
    • D. Wejer
    • M. Żarczyńska-Buchowiecka
    • Z. Struzik

    - ENTROPY-SWITZ - 2015

    Two entropy-based approaches are investigated to study patterns describing differences in time intervals between consecutive heartbeats. The first method explores matrices arising from networks of transitions constructed following events represented by a time series. The second method considers distributions of ordinal patterns of length three, whereby patterns with repeated values are counted as different patterns. Both methods provide...

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  • Entropy Measures in the Assessment of Heart Rate Variability in Patients with Cardiodepressive Vasovagal Syncope

    - ENTROPY-SWITZ - 2015

    Sample entropy (SampEn) was reported to be useful in the assessment of the complexity of heart rate dynamics. Permutation entropy (PermEn) is a new measure based on the concept of order and was previously shown to be accurate for short, non-stationary datasets. The aim of the present study is to assess if SampEn and PermEn obtained from baseline recordings might differentiate patients with various outcomes of the head-up tilt test...

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  • Exergy Losses in the Szewalski Binary Vapor Cycle

    In this publication, we present an energy and exergy analysis of the Szewalski binary vapor cycle based on a model of a supercritical steam power plant. We used energy analysis to conduct a preliminary optimization of the cycle. Exergy loss analysis was employed to perform a comparison of heat-transfer processes, which are essential for hierarchical cycles. The Szewalski binary vapor cycle consists of a steam cycle bottomed with...


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