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Articles by Hai Wang
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  Hai Wang , Gang Qian and Xiangqian Feng
  With regard to multi Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) problems, performances of the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) are prominent. Fuzzy AHP, an extension of AHP, serves as a grateful approach due to its outstanding advantage when dealing with uncertainties. Based on advantages of Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets (IFSs) in expressing information of preferences, this study presents an intuitionistic fuzzy AHP (IF-AHP) approach. The proposed IF-AHP synthesizes eigenvectors of Intuitionistic Fuzzy Comparison Matrix (IFCM) in which all the information for decision are represented by Intuitionistic Fuzzy Values (IFVs). The IF-AHP approach enables to handle MCDM problems without loss of information or defuzzification and represent arbitrary hesitation in interval [0, 1]. Firstly, Intuitionistic Fuzzy (IF) matrix and IFCM associated with its consistency and satisfactory consistency are defined after some relative basal knowledge are introduced. Secondly, the eigenvector and eigenvalue of IFCM is defined and a linear program model is presented to obtain it as the priority of relative criteria. Furthermore, methods for comparisons of IFVs are proposed in order to rank alternatives utilizing eigenvectors. And then, a integrate procedure of IF-AHP involving comparison and rating is presented and illustrated by two applied examples cited from literatures. An involved decision support system can be setup according to the procedure. Comparing with some existing methods, the proposed approach gives both rational global priorities and robust final decision.
  Erik D. Tolmachoff , Aamir D. Abid , Denis J. Phares , Charles S. Campbell and Hai Wang
  A new method is proposed to fabricate nanocrystalline titania (TiO2) films of controlled crystalline size and film thickness. The method uses the laminar, premixed, stagnation flame approach, combining particle synthesis and film deposition in a single step. A rotating disc serves as a combination of substrate-holder and stagnation-surface that stabilizes the flame. Disc rotation repetitively passes the substrates over a thin-sheet, fuel-lean ethylene–oxygen–argon flame doped with titanium tetraisopropoxide. Convective cooling of the back side of the disc keeps the substrate well below the flame temperature, allowing thermophoretic forces to deposit a uniform film of particles that are nucleated and grown via the flame stabilized just below the surface. The particle film grows typically at ∼1 μm/s. The film is made of narrowly distributed, crystalline TiO2 several nanometers in diameter and forms with a 90% porosity. Analysis shows that the rotation of the stagnation-surface does not reduce the stability of a stagnation flame, nor does it affect the fundamental chemistry of particle nucleation and growth that occurs between the flame and the stagnation surface.
 
 
 
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