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   Science & Technology Review
2022, Vol.40, No. 6
28 March 2022


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Exclusive: Carbon peaking and carbon neutrality:Leading urban and rural green development
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Precise measurement of muon anomalous magnetic moment

LI Liang
Science & Technology Review. 2022, 40 (6): 6-11. ;  doi: 10.3981/j.issn.1000-7857.2022.06.001
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The muon anomalous magnetic moment aμ=(gμ-2)/2 is a fundamental property of the muon particle, which plays a foundation role in the formation of the Standard Model. The first results of the Fermilab Muon g-2 experiment show that the experimental measurement of aμ deviates with the theoretical prediction by 3.3 standard deviation, as in agreement with the previous measurements from the BNL experiment. The combined result of the two experiments is 4.2 standard deviation away from the Standard Model prediction, which provides a strong evidence for new physics, indicating the existence of possible unknown particles or new forces.
Exclusive: Carbon peaking and carbon neutrality:Leading urban and rural green development

Optimization of territorial spatial pattern and planning response: Based on carbon peak and carbon neutrality goals

Science & Technology Review. 2022, 40 (6): 12-19. ;  doi: 10.3981/j.issn.1000-7857.2022.06.002
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The optimization of the territorial spatial pattern is a vital task. The territorial spatial planning and control plays an important supporting role in realizing the "dual carbon" goal. Based on the optimization of the territorial spatial development and protection pattern, this paper discusses the theoretical transformation, the key ways and corresponding "carbon neutralization" management strategies of the territorial spatial planning and control under the "dual carbon" goal, to help the implementation of the "dual carbon" goals. It is shown that the key points of the territorial spatial pattern optimization and the planning response to adapt to the "dual carbon" goal in the future include:constructing the "dual carbon" responsibility regional division system based on the main functional area, exploring the theoretical system for the carbon emission reduction and the carbon sink increase from "air" to "land", and studying the key planning technical ways to help the fine management of the "carbon neutralization".

The response path of territorial spatial planning under the ‘dual carbon’ goals

SHI Xiaodong, ZHAO Dan, CAO Qiwen
Science & Technology Review. 2022, 40 (6): 20-29. ;  doi: 10.3981/j.issn.1000-7857.2022.06.003
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In the context of the goal of the carbon peak and the carbon neutrality, this paper analyzes the challenges of the territorial spatial planning in the carbon technology system integration, the quantitative evaluation of the carbon benefits, the effective implementation of the carbon targets, and proposes the requirements of the adaptation transformation in five aspects:the planning target, the planning scale, the planning vision, the planning technology and the planning countermeasures, based on the analysis of the urban low-carbon development direction and the connotation of the ‘dual carbon’ goals. Combined with the characteristics of the territorial spatial planning in the new era, the response path of the territorial spatial planning under the goal of the carbon peak and the carbon neutrality is explored from four dimensions:the resource footprint accounting, the overall planning of the whole space, the multi-level effective transmission, and the full-cycle systematic supervision, focusing on the spatial structure optimization and the spatial governance.

Eco-city development strategy and implementation under the target of carbon peaking and carbon neutrality

ZANG Xinyu, WANG Qiao, LI Hanyan
Science & Technology Review. 2022, 40 (6): 30-37. ;  doi: 10.3981/j.issn.1000-7857.2022.06.004
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In order to cope with the global climate change and to actively promote the development and the construction of ecocities, China has proposed the dual carbon goal of the carbon peaking and the carbon neutrality. By analyzing the background and the connotation of the dual carbon goal as well as the relevant theory and practice at home and abroad, this paper reviews the urban development strategies of the low carbon goal, then puts forward suggestions of the development strategy and the implementation path of the ecological city in the new period from the aspects of the space environment, the transportation, the low carbon industry, the energy resource recycling, the supporting system, among others.

Research progress of urban digitization technology under “dual carbon” goals

ZHU Li, MA Junrong
Science & Technology Review. 2022, 40 (6): 38-45. ;  doi: 10.3981/j.issn.1000-7857.2022.06.005
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The digital technology in the urban field provides a dynamic data information platform for the accurate acquisition and analysis of the spatial carbon source and sink data. The platform can improve the efficiency of all-factor control of the territorial spatial planning and promote the carbon emission reduction in the urban domain. By integrating the advantages of the multi-discipline, the multi-scale and the multi-probability, the digital technology can make full use of various models and sensors to update and run the data of each system anytime. The trajectory data mining in the digital technology of the urban spatial carbon emission is the development direction that needs attention, while the spatio-temporal trajectory mining of the urban carbon emission should focus on the system update, the spatial surface domain feature mining and the big data application. Based on the digital analysis method, it is found that the ecological vulnerability identification and the security pattern construction are the aspects that need to be focused on to establish the ecologically resilient urban space. Using the remote sensing technology to measure the carbon sinks of the same category will have errors due to different geographical features, and this difficulty deserves attention. The accurate measurement of the urban spatial carbon sinks in the future needs to be realized by combining macro and microscopic features and combining multi-platform and multi-temporal dynamic monitoring.

Summer thermal environment characteristics of urban waterfront residential districts in cold climate zone with “dual carbon” goals——Case study of Tianjin city

WANG Liuying, LI Yangli, CHEN Tian
Science & Technology Review. 2022, 40 (6): 46-55. ;  doi: 10.3981/j.issn.1000-7857.2022.06.006
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In the background of the "dual carbon" policy, to further clarify the summer thermal environment characteristics of the waterfront settlement in the cold areas of China, the Landsat-8 remote sensing images and the impact factors of 91 typical waterfront settlements in Tianjin, along with the correlation analysis and the multiple linear regression method are used to obtain the characteristics of the thermal environment. It is shown that the thermal environment regulation effect of the planar water is better than that of the linear water, with the difference of the UHI effect up to 1.57℃. The UHI effect has a significant positive correlation with the building density (BD) and the waterfront distance (WD), and is significantly negatively correlated with the average building height (H), the normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI), and the water surface ratio within a radius of 1 km (WR), with the NDVI and the WR having the highest influence weight. There are differences in the influencing factors of the UHI effect in the settlement with different building layouts. The lattice-type settlement has the lowest UHI effect, and the enclosed-type settlement has the highest UHI effect. When the BD is less than 19.08%, the thermal environment can be adjusted well by reducing the WD and increasing the WR. Finally, recommendations for the thermal environment improvement of the waterfront settlements in cold regions are made.

International experience of low carbon resilient city construction under the goal of carbon emissions peak and carbon neutrality

LU Yuwen, ZHAI Guofang
Science & Technology Review. 2022, 40 (6): 56-66. ;  doi: 10.3981/j.issn.1000-7857.2022.06.007
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Against the backdrop of the severe global climate change, it is a consensus to achieve the goal of the carbon peaking and the carbon neutrality for the climate change mitigation. At the same time, building resilient cities is a new concept and a new way to adapt to the climate change. This paper reviews the studies of the low-carbon resilient cities in response to the climate change, focusing on the practical experience of the climate change mitigation and adaptation in Boston, the United States, Copenhagen, Denmark and Vancouver, Canada, including how to address the climate change through planning. The concept of the low-carbon resilience is proposed to be incorporated into China's territorial spatial planning system to provide a planning support for the realization of the dual-carbon goal and the resilience construction.

Innovative training practice of scientific and technological talents in petroleum companies

YANG Han, PENG Jianbiao, XIAO Wen, LIU Lijun, GAO Jian, JIANG Liping, DU Junnan
Science & Technology Review. 2022, 40 (6): 67-72. ;  doi: 10.3981/j.issn.1000-7857.2022.06.008
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With the energy industry in mind, this paper analyzes the difficulties and the challenges of the energy industry enterprises dominated by oil and gas companies, including the training, the use, the evaluation and the incentive of scientific and technological talents under the background of the "dual carbon" goals and the digital transformation. On this basis, this paper proposes to establish a scientific and technological talent management system model, and puts forward suggestions and measures for the construction of scientific and technological talents in six aspects.

Application of standing wave-traveling wave hybrid drive in acoustic levitation and transportation

DONG Huijuan, MU Guanyu, LI Tianlong
Science & Technology Review. 2022, 40 (6): 73-82. ;  doi: 10.3981/j.issn.1000-7857.2022.06.009
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The acoustic levitation and transportation is widely used in the fields of the material preparation, the biochemical analysis and the advanced electronic manufacturing. The devices for that purposes often have a simple structure, can make flexible transportations, with a fast speed and a long distance, and enjoy a wide application range. The calculation methods of the acoustic radiation force, as the theoretical basis of the acoustic levitation and transportation, are reviewed; as well as the limitations of different methods with respect to the size of the object, the distance and the speed of the transportation; finally, some potential problems of the standing wave-traveling wave hybrid drive method in the acoustic levitation and transportation are analyzed and the potential applications of the acoustic levitation and transportation are prospected.

Capability-based architecture-centric process model for system of systems engineering

LIU Junxian, ZHANG Weiming
Science & Technology Review. 2022, 40 (6): 83-92. ;  doi: 10.3981/j.issn.1000-7857.2022.06.010
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With the transformation from the traditional document-based systems engineering (DBSE) to the model-based systems engineering (MBSE), it becomes more and more difficult for the "Vee" process model of the DBSE to reflect the characteristics and the requirements of the system of systems (SoS) engineering. Based on the analysis of the SoS engineering (SoSE) process models and their shortcomings, this paper takes the capability as the invariant feature in the system requirement analysis, the design, the verification and the evaluation. The architecture with its prototype is selected as the connector of all activities of the SoSE. A ring model for the SoSE process is proposed and analyzed from the viewpoints of the time, the capability and the architecture. The results of this paper could be used for understanding the SoSE process, establishing the architecturecentric SoSE theory and guiding the SoSE practice.

Construction strategy of proactive health management model

GONG Mengchun, LIU Li, WANG Yuanyuan, CHEN Huajuan, LIANG Xiaowei, DENG Guangpu, ZHU Hong
Science & Technology Review. 2022, 40 (6): 93-100. ;  doi: 10.3981/j.issn.1000-7857.2022.06.011
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To actively respond to the challenges of the population aging in China, this paper introduces the concept of the PHM model, along with the theoretical support for achieving the "proactive health" instead of the "passive health". The Proactive Health Management (PHM) model is a person-oriented model, which emphasizes one's "own-responsibility" for one's health, in the context of the whole population's engagement and benefit. This paper analyzes the historical development of the health management in China and proposes five dimensions of the PHM concept, including improving the public awareness of the health management, accurately predicting the health risks, intelligently warning for the health crises at an early age, and developing effective interventions, improving health outcomes for all. This paper explores the supporting conditions and technology systems applied in this PHM model based on these five dimensions. Specifically, this paper suggests to conceptualize the PHM, to promote the PHM community at the policy level, and to utilize the information technology, the artificial intelligence, and the behavioral health intervention in the health field. The existing challenges of applying the PHM in practice are reviewed, along with the potential future directions to develop the PHM model in China, particularly, in the health management, the data ecology, the artificial intelligence, the community practice, and the evidence-based medicine. The PHM focuses on the whole population's engagement to ensure that the Chinese population benefits from this model. This study proposes a PHM model as a "five dimension-in-one-place" model that integrates with the informatics and bionomics technologies, putting one's health information in a life circle.

The architecture of quality data mining in aerospace engineering

LIU Guocai
Science & Technology Review. 2022, 40 (6): 101-109. ;  doi: 10.3981/j.issn.1000-7857.2022.06.012
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Based on the DoDAF architecture framework theory, for the quality big data (data package) in aerospace engineering, a process model of the aerospace engineering quality data architecture is mined by the empirical method. The process model is consistent with the feedforward and feedback compound control system models, and it is shown that the space quality work follows the compound control mechanism of the feedforward and the feedback. Based on this mechanism, the typical quality data are selected from four dimensions and mined, and the important information about the "hot words", the data baseline and the quality problem predictions is obtained.

Quantitative analysis of topics editing in Ministry of Science and Technology's WeChat official account based on AToT model

ZHANG Haodong, ZHAO Lixin
Science & Technology Review. 2022, 40 (6): 110-121. ;  doi: 10.3981/j.issn.1000-7857.2022.06.013
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Like the Facebook, the Twitter and the TikTok, the WeChat is a well-known mobile instant messaging product with over 1 billion active accounts, and it supports text messages, voices, videos, pictures and payments. The Ministry of Science and Technology of the People's Republic of China makes the science and technology management through various social media, including the WeChat, and the "Rui Ke Ji(Sharp S&T)" is the official WeChat account of the Ministry of Science and Technology, providing information for scientists and technicians. Unlike the editing of the traditional science and technology newspapers and periodicals, the WeChat official account "Rui Ke Ji" has its own characteristics in the manuscript selection and publication (push). In order to see the coverage of the topics of the WeChat articles changing over the time and the relationship between the topics of the articles and the view accounts, a Bias probability topic model, AToT, is used to quantitatively analyze and mine the contents of the articles in the "Rui Ke Ji" and its sub account the "Rui dong yuan(Sharp Dynamic Source)" in this paper. The results reveal where the ministry's publicity lies and how the topics of the articles change over the time. The reading preferences of Chinese scientists and technicians are analyzed and it is shown that there is a certain relationship between the contents of the WeChat articles and the page views. This study helps to improve the editing level of the new media and the science and technology publicity.

The role of China Association for Science and Technology in promoting the construction of pivotal technology trading market

GUAN Lei, WANG Hongwei, WANG Cong
Science & Technology Review. 2022, 40 (6): 122-132. ;  doi: 10.3981/j.issn.1000-7857.2022.06.014
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In the "Opinions on the development of technology market" issued by the ministry of science and technology in 2018, the construction of a hub technology trading market was clearly identified as the overall direction of China's technology market development. As an important participant in the technology trading activities, China Association for Science and Technology plays an important role in building a pivotal technology market. Based on the SWOT method, this paper analyzes the advantages, the disadvantages, the opportunities and the challenges of China Association for Science and Technology in participating in the activities of the hub technology trading market, and further five aspects put forward concrete Suggestions. First, to complete the top of the hub type technology trading market design and supporting infrastructure, accelerate the technical market rules and relevant legal policy research. Second, to build a platform for technology transformation, participate in the design of supporting policies, carry out research on technology pricing, introduce professional financial capital, and promote the coordinated development of various entities in the technology trading market. Third, to stimulate the resource advantages of the high-end think tank of the China Association for Science and Technology, and further improve the quality of public science and technology services such as policy consultation and forecast of science and technology development. Fourth, to cultivate professional international technology transfer personnel team and establish relevant personnel assessment system. Fifth, expand the international influence of the association by grasping the opportunity of the Belt and Road Initiative.

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