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Call number: | 9781608071739:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf |
Title: | Microwave and millimeter-wave remote sensing for security applications |
Author(s): |
Jeffrey A. Nanzer |
Date: | 2012 |
Publisher: | Artech House |
Size: | 1 online resource (385 p.) |
Contents: | 1. Introduction -- 2. Electromagnetic plane wave fundamentals -- 3. Electromagnetic waves in media -- 4. Antennas -- 5. Receivers -- 6. Radiometry -- 7. Radar -- 8. Imaging systems -- 9. Interferometric measurement of angular velocity |
Chapter 1 Introduction -- Security Sensing -- Needs for Remote Security Sensing -- Advantages of Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Remote Sensors -- Overview of Remote Sensing Techniques -- Radiometry -- Radar Systems -- Imaging Systems -- Interferometr ic Angular Velocity Measurement -- Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Remote Sensing in Related Fields -- The Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Spectrum -- Frequency Designations -- Propagation of Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Radiation -- Examples of Remote Secur ity Sensors -- Active Imaging for Contraband Detection -- Passive Imaging for Contraband Detection -- Detection of Human Presence -- Discrimination of Humans and Classification of Human Activity -- Through-Wall Detection -- Biological Signature Detection -- Chapter 2 Electromagnetic Plane Wave Fundamentals -- Maxwell.s Equations -- The Constitutive Parameters -- Time-Harmonic Electromagnetic Fields -- The Wave Equation -- Plane Waves -- Phase Velocity -- Relationship Between E and H -- Energy and Power -- Wave Polarization -- Linear Polarization -- Elliptical Polarization | |
Chapter 3 Electromagnetic Waves in Media -- Plane Wave Propagation in Unbounded Media -- Good Conducting Media -- Good Dielectric Media -- Wave Impedance in Media -- Complex Permittivity and Dispersion -- Plane Wave Propagation in Bounded Media -- R eflection and Transmission of Normally Incident Waves -- Reflection and Transmission of Arbitrarily Incident Waves -- Transverse Electric (Perpendicular) Incidence -- Transverse Magnetic (Parallel) Incidence -- Power Reflection and Transmission -- Total T ransmission and Total Reflection -- Layered Media -- Electromagnetic Propagation in Specific Media -- Atmospheric Propagation Effects -- Propagation Through Building Materials -- Propagation Through Clothing and Garment Materials -- Dielectric Properties of Explosives, Plastics, and Metals -- Dielectric Properties of Human Tissue | |
Chapter 4 Antennas -- Electromagnetic Potentials -- Electromagnetic Potentials Due to Electric Current Density J -- Electromagnetic Potentials Due to Magnetic Current Density Jm -- Infinitesimal Dipole Radiation -- Far Field Radiation -- Infinitesim al Dipole Far-Field Radiation -- Antenna Parameters -- Radiated Power Density and Total Radiated Power -- Antenna Pattern -- Antenna Pattern Beamwidth -- Antenna Solid Angles -- Directivity -- Gain -- Aperture Area and Pattern Solid Angle -- Antenna Tempe rature and Noise Power . Polarization -- Properties of Wire Antennas -- Infinitesimal Dipole -- Long Dipole -- Aperture Antennas -- Image theory -- The Equivalence Principle -- Radiation from a Rectangular Aperture -- Radiation from a Circular Aperture -- Antenna Arrays -- Linear Array Theory -- Planar Arrays -- Array Beamwidth -- Phased Arrays -- Array Architectures -- Signal Feeds -- Beam Steering -- Common Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Antennas -- Horn Antennas -- Slot Antennas -- Microstrip Antennas - - Reflector Antenna Systems -- Lens Antenna Systems -- Chapter 5 Receivers -- General Operation of Receivers -- Receiver Noise -- Sources of Receiver Noise -- Thermal Noise -- Shot Noise -- Flicker Noise -- Equivalent Noise Bandwidth -- Thermal Noise at M illimeter-Wave Frequencies -- Noise Figure and Noise Temperature -- Noise Temperature -- Noise Figure of an Attenuator -- Noise in Cascaded Systems -- ADC Noise -- Receiver Linearity -- Gain Compression -- Intermodulation Products -- Third Order Intercept Point -- Intercept Point of a Cascade -- Dynamic Range -- Spurious Free Dynamic Range | |
Chapter 6 -- Radiometry -- Radiometry Fundamentals -- Brightness -- Brightness and Distance -- Flux Density and Source Distribution -- Effect of the Antenna -- Blackbody Radiation -- Planck.s Blackbody Radiation Law -- Approximations of Planck.s Law -- Band-Limited Integration of Planck.s Law -- Applied Radiometry -- Source Resolution -- Resolved Source -- Unresolved Source -- Received Power as a Convolution -- Emissivity and Radiometric Temperature -- Emissivities of Human Skin and Common Materials -- Radiometric Temperature in an Environment -- Radiometer Receivers -- Total Power Radiometer -- Total Power Response -- Interferometric Correlation Radiometer -- Spatial Point Source Response -- Receiver Instabilities -- Dicke Radiometer -- Radiometer Calibration -- Scanning Radiometer Systems -- Spatial Resolution -- Dwell Time -- Measurement Uncertainty -- One-Dimensional Scanning -- Two-Dimensional Scanning -- Chapter 7 Radar -- Configurations and Measurements -- Range Equation -- Transmitter System s . Transmitter Functionality -- Transmitter Noise -- Millimeter-Wave Oscillators -- Radar Measurement Sensitivity -- Range Measurement Error -- Frequency Measurement Error -- Angle Measurement Error -- Impact of the Time-Bandwidth Product on Measurement Error -- Micro-Doppler -- Micro-Doppler in Security Radar -- Micro-Doppler Theory -- Human Micro-Doppler Signature -- Continuous-Wave Radar -- Continuous-Wave Doppler -- Frequency-Modulated CW -- Multifrequency CW -- Moving Target Indication Radar -- High -Range Resolution Radar -- Pulse Radar -- Linear Frequency Modulation -- Stepped-Frequency Modulation | |
Chapter 8 Imaging Systems -- Scanning Imaging Systems -- Types of Scanning Imagers -- General Characteristics of Scanning Systems -- Field of View and Spatial Resolution -- Frame Rate -- Interferometric Imaging Systems -- Image Formation -- Visibili ty Function -- Fourier Transform Relationship of Visibility and Radiometric Temperature -- The Correlation Interferometer as a Spatial Filter -- Visibility Sampling -- Two-Dimensional Visibility -- Image Sensitivity -- Image Resolution and Field of View - - Interferometric Imaging Arrays -- Mills Cross Array -- T-Array -- Y-Array -- Circular Arrays -- Chapter 9 Interferometric Measurement of Angular Velocity -- Interferometer Response to an Angularly Moving Point Source -- System Beam Pattern -- Frequency Shift Induced by an Angularly Moving Object -- Comparison to Doppler Frequency Shift -- Frequency Uncertainty at Wide Angles -- Small Angle Approximation -- Interferometer Spectral Response -- General Spectral Response -- Response with a Sinc Function Sys tem Beam Pattern -- Interferometer Response in the Time-Frequency Domain -- Interferometric Measurement of Moving Humans -- Narrow-Beamwidth Response to a Moving Human -- Wide-Beamwidth Response to a Moving Human | |
ISBN: | 9781608071722 |
Series: | Artech House antennas and propagation library |
Series: | eBooks |
Series: | Artech eBooks |
Keywords: | Security systems, Remote sensing. , Microwave remote sensing. |
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Call number: | 9781420005813:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf |
Title: | AC power systems handbook |
Author(s): |
Jerry C. Whitaker |
Date: | 2007 |
Edition: | 3rd ed. |
Publisher: | CRCnetBase |
Size: | 1 online resource (428 p) |
Contents: | Ch. 1. AC power systems -- ch. 2. Power-generation systems -- ch. 3. Power factor -- ch. 4. Power transformers -- ch. 5. Capacitors -- ch. 6. Semiconductors -- ch. 7. Rectifier and filter circuits -- ch. 8. Power electronics -- ch. 9. Origins of AC line disturbances -- ch. 10. Power disturbance characterization -- ch. 11. Power system protection methods -- ch. 12. Motor-generator set -- ch. 13. Uninterruptible power systems -- ch. 14. Power conditioning devices -- ch. 15. Transient-suppression devic es -- ch. 16. Facility wiring and transient protection -- ch. 17. Circuit-level transient suppression -- ch. 18. Grounding practices -- ch. 19. Grounding tower elements -- ch. 20. Facility ground-system design -- ch. 21. Standby power systems -- ch. 22. D esiging for fault-tolerance -- ch. 23. The efficient use of energy -- ch. 24. Safety and protection systems -- ch. 25. Reference data and tables -- ch. 26. Units conversion table. |
ISBN: | 9780849340345 |
Series: | eBooks |
Series: | CRCnetBase |
Keywords: | Electric power distribution , Electric power systems |
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Call number: | 0470686367:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf |
Title: | Electric Power Principles - Sources, Conversion, Distribution and Use |
Author(s): |
Kirtley |
Date: | 2010 |
Publisher: | Wiley |
Size: | 1 online resource (405 p.) |
ISBN: | 9780470686362 |
Series: | eBooks |
Series: | Wiley Online Library |
Series: | Wiley 2016 package purchase |
Keywords: | Energy |
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Call number: | TK3144.W334::2010 Show nearby items on shelf |
Title: | High voltage engineering |
Author(s): |
C. L. Wadhwa |
Date: | 2010 |
Edition: | 3rd ed. |
Publisher: | Tunbridge Wells, UK : New Age Science |
Size: | 291 p |
ISBN: | 9781906574727 |
Keywords: | Electric insulators and insulation , Electric power distribution TOC = Electric stress estimation and control -- Brea |
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Call number: | TK3091.W55::1997 Show nearby items on shelf |
Title: | Power distribution planning reference book |
Author(s): |
H.Lee Willis 1949- |
Date: | 1997 |
Publisher: | Marcel Dekker, New York |
Size: | 812 |
ISBN: | 0824700988 |
Series: | Power engineering 102 |
Keywords: | Electric power distribution Planning |
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Call number: | TK3001.W528::1964 Show nearby items on shelf |
Title: | Electrical Transmission and Distribution Reference Book |
Author(s): | Central Station Engineers of the Westinghouse Electric Corp. |
Date: | 1964 |
Edition: | 4th ed. |
Publisher: | Westinghouse Electric Corporation: East Pittsburgh, Penn. |
Size: | 824 pgs. |
Note: | Master Reference |
Corp. Author: | Central Station Engineers of the Westinghouse Electric Corp. |
Keywords: | Electric Power - Distribution. |
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Call number: | TK3001.S85::1982 Show nearby items on shelf |
Title: | Elements of power system analysis |
Author(s): |
William D. Stevenson |
Date: | 1982 |
Edition: | 4th ed. |
Publisher: | McGraw-Hill, New York |
Size: | 436 |
ISBN: | 0070612781 |
Series: | McGraw-Hill series in electrical engineering. 107 |
Keywords: | Electric power distribution. |
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Call number: | TK3001.G58::2014 Show nearby items on shelf |
Title: | Electric Power Distribution Engineering |
Author(s): |
Turan Gnen |
Edition: | Third edition |
Publisher: | Boca Raton: Taylor & Francis |
Size: | 1035 p. |
ISBN: | 9781482207002 |
Keywords: | Electric power distribution. |
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Call number: | TK3001.B28::1996 Show nearby items on shelf |
Title: | Transmission and distribution electrical engineering |
Author(s): |
Colin R. Bayliss |
Date: | 1996 |
Publisher: | Butterworth Heinemann, Oxford |
Size: | 920 |
ISBN: | 0750622873 |
Keywords: | Electric power transmission. |
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Call number: | TJ163.2.R49::2017:C1 Show nearby items on shelf |
Title: | The simple physics of energy use |
Author(s): |
Peter Rez |
Date: | 2017 |
Publisher: | Oxford |
Size: | 285 p |
Note: | The book quantitatively reviews sources of energy using fundamental physics. Using simple algebra and trigonometry, the mathematics are accessible to undergraduate students |
Contents: | Controlling the indoor environment: Buildings, Electrical power generation: fossil fuels, Nuclear power generation, Electrical power distribution, Electrical power generation: renewables--solar and wind, Electrical power generation: hydroelectricit y, tides, and pumped storage -- Part II Moving people and things around: Transportation: fuel energies, Ground transportation: road and rail, Air transportation, Ground transportation: ships -- Part III Making stuff: Materials that come from the earth, Ag riculture--things that are grown, Embodied energy and energy return on investment -- Summary: what should be done? |
ISBN: | 9780198802303 |
Keywords: | Energy policy -- Social aspects , Renewable energy sources , Energy consumption , Electric power |
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Call number: | SPRINGER-2014-9788132218203:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf |
Title: | Kinetics of Complex Plasmas [electronic resource] |
Author(s): |
Mahendra Singh Sodha |
Date: | 2014 |
Publisher: | New Delhi : Springer India : Imprint: Springer |
Size: | 1 online resource |
Note: | The presentation in the book is based on charge balance on the dust particles, number and energy balance of the constituents and atom-ion-electron interaction in the gaseous plasma. Size distribution of dust particles, statisticalmechanics, Quantum e ffects in electron emission from and accretion on dust particles and nonlinear interaction of complex plasmas with electric and electromagnetic fields have been discussed in the book. The book introduces the readerto basic concepts and typical application s. The book should be of use to researchers, engineers and graduate students |
Contents: | Introduction |
Electron Emission from Dust | |
Accretion of Electrons/ions on Dust Particles | |
Kinetics of Dust | |
electron Cloud | |
Kinetics of Complex Plasmas with Uniform Size Dust | |
Kinetics of Flowing Complex Plasma | |
Kinetics of Complex Plasmas having Dust with a Size Distribution | |
Theory of Electrical Conduction | |
Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Complex Plasmas | |
Fluctuation of Charge on Dust Particles in a Complex Plasma | |
Kinetics of Complex Plasmas in Space | |
Complex Plasma as Working Fluid in MHD Power Generators | |
Rocket Exhaust Complex Plasmas | |
Kinetics of Complex Pla | |
ISBN: | 9788132218203 |
Series: | eBooks |
Series: | SpringerLink |
Series: | Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics, 1615-5653 : v81 |
Series: | Physics and Astronomy (Springer-11651) |
Keywords: | Chemistry, Physical organic , Nanotechnology |
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Call number: | SPRINGER-2010-9783642126864:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf |
Title: | Handbook of Power Systems II [electronic resource] |
Author(s): |
Steffen Rebennack Panos M Pardalos Mario V. F Pereira Niko A Iliadis |
Date: | 2010 |
Publisher: | Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg |
Size: | 1 online resource |
Note: | Springer e-book platform |
Note: | Springer 2013 e-book collections |
Note: | Energy is one of the world`s most challenging problems, and power systems are an important aspect of energy related issues. This handbook contains state-of-the-art contributions on power systems modeling and optimization. The bookis separated into tw o volumes with six sections, which cover the most important areas of energy systems. The first volume covers the topics operations planning and expansion planning while the second volume focuses on transmission anddistribution modeling, forecasting in ene rgy, energy auctions and markets, as well as risk management. The contributions are authored by recognized specialists in their fields and consist in either state-of-the-art reviews orexaminations of state-of-the-art developments. The articles are not pur ely theoretical, but instead also discuss specific applications in power systems |
Note: | Springer eBooks |
Contents: | Transmission and Distribution modelling |
Recent Developments in Optimal Power Flow Modeling Techniques | |
Algorithms for Finding Optimal Flows in Dynamic Networks | |
Signal Processing for Improving Power Quality | |
Transmission Valuation Analysis based on Real Options with Price Spikes | |
Forecasting in Energy | |
Short | |
term Forecasting in Power Systems: A Guided Tour | |
State | |
of | |
the | |
Art of Electricity Price Forecasting in a Grid Environment | |
Modelling the Structure of Long | |
Term Electricity Forward Prices at Nord Pool | |
Hybrid Bottom | |
Up/Top | |
Down Modeling of Prices in Deregulated Wholesale | |
ISBN: | 9783642126864 |
Series: | e-books |
Series: | SpringerLink (Online service) |
Series: | Energy Systems, 1867-8998 |
Series: | Mathematics and Statistics (Springer-11649) |
Keywords: | Mathematics , Electric engineering |
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Call number: | SPRINGER-2008-9781848000483:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf |
Title: | Probability Theory [electronic resource] : A Comprehensive Course |
Author(s): |
Achim Klenke |
Date: | 2008 |
Publisher: | London : Springer London |
Size: | 1 online resource |
Note: | Springer e-book platform |
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Note: | Probabilistic concepts play an increasingly important role in mathematics, physics, biology, financial engineering and computer science. They help us to understand magnetism, amorphous media, genetic diversity and the perils ofrandom developments on the financial markets, and they guide us in constructing more efficient algorithms. This text is a comprehensive course in modern probability theory and its measure-theoretical foundations. Aimed primarily atgraduate students and researchers, the book cov ers a wide variety of topics, many of which are not usually found in introductory textbooks, such as: limit theorems for sums of random variables martingales percolation Markov chainsand electrical networks construction of stochastic processes Poisson poi nt processes and infinite divisibility large deviation principles and statistical physics Brownian motion and stochastic integral and stochastic differentialequations. The theory is developed rigorously and in a self-contained way, with the chapters on me asure theory interlaced with the probabilistic chapters in order to display the power of the abstract concepts in the world ofprobability theory. In addition, plenty of figures, computer simulations, biographic details of key mathematicians, and a wealth of examples support and enliven the presentation |
Note: | Springer eBooks |
Contents: | Basic Measure Theory |
Independence | |
Generating Functions | |
The Integral | |
Moments and Laws of Large Numbers | |
Convergence Theorems | |
Lp | |
Spaces and the Radon | |
Nikodym Theorem | |
Conditional Expectations | |
Martingales | |
Optional Sampling Theorems | |
Martingale Convergence Theorems and Their Applications | |
Backwards Martingales and Exchangeability | |
Convergence of Measures | |
Probability Measures on Product Spaces | |
Characteristic Functions and the Central Limit Theorem | |
Infinitely Divisible Distributions | |
Markov Chains | |
Convergence of Markov Chains | |
Markov Chains and Electric | |
ISBN: | 9781848000483 |
Series: | e-books |
Series: | SpringerLink (Online service) |
Series: | Universitext |
Series: | Mathematics and Statistics (Springer-11649) |
Keywords: | Mathematics , Distribution (Probability theory) , Mathematical statistics |
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Call number: | SPRINGER-2003-9789401724944:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf |
Title: | Optimization and Inverse Problems in Electromagnetism |
Author(s): | |
Date: | 2003 |
Size: | 1 online resource (336 p.) |
Note: | 10.1007/978-94-017-2494-4 |
Contents: | 1. General Papers -- How to Find New and Fresh Ideas -- Mimicking Nature: How Nature Inspires Methodologies in Computational Electromagnetics -- Comparing Stochastic Methods on SMES Optimization -- 2. Methodology -- Using Quasi Random |
Sequences in Genetic Algorithms -- Symbolic Treatment on Equation Based Models to Prepare Code Generation for Optimization Process -- Multiobjective Shape Design in Electromechanics: A Contribution to Benchmarking -- A New Method for | |
Optimizing the Designing of Grounding Grids -- Solving ODE for Optimization: Specific Use of the Matrix Approach -- Use of Discretization and Solution History in Stochastic Optimization -- A Genetic Algorithm Method for Determining the | |
Maximum Touch Voltage Generated by a Grounding System -- Optimization Techniques Benefits for Magnetic Component Design -- Numerical Optimization Methods in Magnet Design -- The Use of Quasi-red and Quasi-yellow Nonobtuse Refinements | |
in the Solution of 2-D Electromagnetic PDE’s -- 2-D Inverse Problem: Ideal Current Distribution Generating a Magnetic Force Field with Given Constraints on Homogeneity -- S.M.E.S. Optimization Using the Experimental Design Method -- | |
Optimal Design of Axial Field Silicon Micromotor by Use of Field/Circuit Models -- Exponential family and inverse problems. On Metamorphoses of Probability Theory -- Topological Evolution and Inverse Problems. On Probability Between | |
Discrete and Continuous -- Identification of Industrial Electromagnetic Field Sources -- 3. Applications -- Capitalisation and Treatment of Models for the Optimization of Electric Drives -- Application of Screening Analysis to the | |
Optimization of an Electromagnetic Induction Heating Device -- Identification of Conductivity Distribution in A Au-Al Junction for Application to Integrated Circuits -- Inverse Problem of Voltage Over Electrostatic Shield Gap in | |
Helical Transformer Windings -- Mixing of FEM and Analytical Modeling: Preliminary Design of a Transformer -- An Evolutionary Algorithm for the Optimal Design of a Rare Earth Permanent Magnet Machine -- Optimization of the Force | |
Characteristic of a Solenoid Electromagnet with Ferromagnetic Disc in the Coil -- Optimization of Permanent-Magnet DC Motors Using Orthogonal Arrays -- Identification of Field Model’s Parameters in the Turbine Generator End Zone Using | |
Measured Data -- Permanent Magnet Machine Optimization by using FEM and Sensitivity Analysis Techniques -- Optimization Under Constraints of Static Converters. Application to a Flyback Structure in PFC Mode -- Nondestructive Quality | |
Testing of High Temperature Superconducting Bulk Material Used in Electrical Machines and Magnetic Bearings -- Increasing of Output Power Capability in a Flux-Weakened Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor With a Third Harmonic Current | |
Injection -- A Method of Shortening Breaking Time of the Magnetic Contactors by the External Magnetic Forces -- Authors’ Index | |
ISBN: | 9789401724944 |
Series: | eBooks |
Series: | SpringerLink (Online service) |
Series: | Springer eBooks |
Keywords: | Mathematics , Computer science , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , System theory , Mathematical optimization , Optics , Electrodynamics , Electrical engineering , Mathematics , Applications of Mathematics , Mathematics of Computing , Optics and Electrodynamics , Optimization , Systems Theory, Control , Electrical Engineering |
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Call number: | SPRINGER-1998-9781461557593:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf |
Title: | Intersubband Transitions in Quantum Wells: Physics and Devices |
Author(s): | |
Date: | 1998 |
Size: | 1 online resource (214 p.) |
Note: | 10.1007/978-1-4615-5759-3 |
Contents: | 1 Intersubb and Emission and Lasers -- Short (? ? 3.4 ?m) and Long (? ? 11.5 ?m) Wavelength RoomTemperature Quantum Cascade Lasers -- Quantum Fountain Intersubband Laser at 15.5 ?m Wavelength in GaAs/AlGaAs Quantum Wells -- Quantum |
Cascade Electroluminescence in the GaAs/AlGaAs Material System -- Phase-Matched Second-Harmonic and Cascade Laser Mid-IR Sources -- Mid-Infrared Intersubband Emission and Lasing in Optically Pumped Coupled Quantum Well Structures -- | |
Intersubband Electroluminescence from GaAs/AlGaAs Triple Barrier and Quantum Cascade Structures -- 2 Quantum Well Infrared Photodetec Tor Physics -- Quantum Well Infrared Photodetectors: Device Physics and Light Coupling -- QWIP | |
Performance and Polarization Selection Rule -- Electric Field Distribution and Low Power Nonlinear Photoresponse of Quantum Well Infrared Photodetectors -- Intersubband Transitions of Normal Incidence N-Type Direct Bandgap Quantum Well | |
Structures -- Calculation and Photoresponse Measurements of the Long-Wavelength IR Absorption in P-Type GaAs/AlGaAs Quantum Wells and Type-II InAs/InGaSb Superlattices -- Optical Response Induced By Intersubband Transitions in Quantum | |
Wells: The Role of Multiple Reflections -- The Nature of Unintentional Deep Level Clusters Responsible for Persistent Photoconductivity Effect in GaAs/AlGaAs MQ Photodetectors -- Lateral Physical Effects in Quantum Well Infrared | |
Photodetectors -- 3 Quantum Well and Quantum dot Infrared Detectors -- Strain-Layer Quantum Well Infrared Photodetectors -- Normal Incidence Two Color Voltage Tunable InGaAs Quantum Well Infrared Photodetectors -- Corrugated Quantum | |
Well Infrared Photodetectors and Transistors -- Normal-incidence P-type Si/SiGe Mid-infrared Detector with Background Limited Performance up to 85 K -- Far-Infrared (?c ? 28.6 ?m) GaAs/AlGaAs Quantum Well Photodetectors -- Quantum Dots | |
Infrared Photodetctors (QDIPs) -- Intraband Absorption Spectroscopy of Self-Assembled Quantum Dots -- Spectral Dynamics of the Intersubband Absorption in Quantum Well Structures After Ultrafast IR Excitation -- Energy Relaxation of | |
Electrons in GaAs/AlGaAs Quantum Wells and Superlattices -- Modulated Resonant Raman Spectroscopy Induced by Intersubband Optical Excitation of the Quantum Well Bound and Continuum States -- THz Intersubband Lasers Using the Inverted | |
Mass Scheme -- THz Time-Domain Spectroscopy of an Intersubband Plasmons -- Electrically Excited Terahertz Emission from Parabolic Quantum Wells -- Momentum Space Redistribution Time of Resonantly Photoexcited Excitons in GaAs/AlGaAs | |
Superlattices -- 5 Qwip Focal Plane Arrays (FPAs) for IR Imaging -- 9 Micron Cutoff 640x486 GaAs/AlxGa1-xAs Quantum Well Infrared Photodetector Snap-Shot Camera -- System Considerations in the Design of QWIP-Based Thermal Imager -- | |
Electrical and Optical Properties of 8 – 12 ?m GaAs/AlGaAs Quantum Well Infrared Photodetectors in 256 x 256 Focal Plane Arrays | |
ISBN: | 9781461557593 |
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Keywords: | Physics , Solid state physics , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Electrical engineering , Physics , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Electrical Engineering , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy |
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Call number: | SPRINGER-1997-9789401156288:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf |
Title: | Modern Mathematical Models of Time and their Applications to Physics and Cosmology Proceedings of the International Conference held in Tucson, Arizona, 11–13 April, 1996 |
Author(s): | |
Date: | 1997 |
Size: | 1 online resource (396 p.) |
Note: | 10.1007/978-94-011-5628-8 |
Contents: | Day 1 Sessions 1–3 -- Session 1. The Redshift -- The pair of X-ray sources across NGC 4258, its relation to intrinsic redshifts, ejection and quantization -- A fresh look at discordant redshift galaxies in compact groups -- Evidence |
for quantized and variable redshifts in the cosmic background rest frame -- Testing for quantized redshifts. I. The project -- The distribution of galaxy pair redshifts -- Session 2. Critical Properties of the Universe -- Density | |
fluctuations on super-Hubble scales -- The challenge of large-scale structure -- Electric space: evolution of the plasma universe -- Gamma-ray bursts: should cosmologists care? -- Session 3. Statistical Methods -- Testing for quantized | |
redshifts. II. The local supercluster -- Power spectrum analysis and redshift data -- Statistical analysis of the occurrence of periodicities in galaxy redshift data -- Zooming in on the redshift problem -- Day 2 Sessions 4–5 -- | |
Session 4. New Approaches to Cosmology -- Two universes -- Anomalous redshifts and the variable mass hypothesis -- Three-dimensional quantized time in cosmology -- Session 5. Gravitation and Time in General Relativity -- The | |
stress-energy tensor and the deflection of light in 6-dimensional general relativity -- Einstein’s greatest mistake? -- Time, space and complex geometry -- Discrete spatial scales in a fractal universe -- Possible new properties of | |
gravity -- On the cosmic limits of physical laws -- Changes in concepts of time from Aristotle to Einstein -- On the transmutation and annihilation of pencil-generated spacetime dimensions -- Day 3 Sessions 6–7 -- Session 6. Nuclear | |
and Particle Physics -- Particles, space and time -- Time anisotropy and quantum measurement: Clues for transcending the geometrical picture of time -- 3-D Period doubling and magnetic moments of particles -- Relics of the primordial | |
origins of space and time in the low energy world -- Unexplained empirical relations among certain scatterings -- Spherical rotation, particles and cosmology -- Session 7. Mathematical Models and Methods -- A Non-linear model for time | |
-- Defining spacetime -- Some elementary geometric aspects of extending the dimension of the space of instants -- Fisher information as a measure of time | |
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Keywords: | Physics , Geometry , Gravitation , Astronomy , Astrophysics , Cosmology , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Statistics , Physics , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory , Astronomy, Astrophysics and Cosmology , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques , Statistics, general , Geometry |
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Title: | Amazing Light A Volume Dedicated To Charles Hard Townes On His 80th Birthday |
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Date: | 1996 |
Size: | 1 online resource (682 p.) |
Note: | 10.1007/978-1-4612-2378-8 |
Contents: | 1 Introduction: Charles Townes as I Have Known Him -- 2 Methane Optical Frequency Standard -- 3 Mid-infrared Lines as Astrophysical Diagnostics: Two Decades of Problems and Promise -- 4 The Laser Stabilitron -- 5 Self-Regulated Star |
Formation in Molecular Clouds -- 6 Long-baseline Interferometric Imaging at 11 Microns with 30 Milliarcsecond Resolution -- 7 Ammonia in the Giant Planets -- 8 Collision Broadening and Radio-frequency Spectroscopy -- 9 Meeting Charles | |
H. Townes -- 10 Population Inversion and Superluminality -- 11 The Autler-Townes Effect Revisited -- 12 Parity Nonconservation in Atoms and Searches for Permanent Electric Dipole Moments -- 13 Stark Dynamics and Saturation in Resonant | |
Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Spectroscopy -- 14 A Raman Study of Fluorinated Ethanes Adsorbed on Zeolite NaX -- 15 Laser Light-scattering Spectroscopy of Supercooled Liquids and the Glass Transition -- 16 The Electronic Emission Spectra | |
of Triatomic Hydrogen: The 6025? Bands of H2D and HD2 -- 17 Limitations for Frequency-based Absolute Length Measurements -- 18 Microcavity Quantum Electrodynamics -- 19 Testimonial for Celebration of Professor Charles Townes’ 80th | |
Birthday -- 20 Marine Physical Laboratory: A Brief History -- 21 Searching for the Cause of Alzheimer’s Disease -- 22 Radio and Infrared Spectroscopy of Interstellar Molecules -- 23 Lessons Learned -- 24 Infrared Spectroscopy of | |
Jupiter in 1970 and in the 1990s -- 25 The Galactic Center: Star Formation and Mass Distribution in the Central Parsec -- 26 Microwave Spectroscopy, the Maser, and Radio Astronomy: Charles Townes at Columbia -- 27 The Role of | |
Radioactive 14C and 26Al in the Ionization of Circumstellar Envelopes -- 28 The Clumpy Structure of Molecular Clouds -- 29 Spontaneous Emission Noise in Quantum Electronics -- 30 Possibility of Infrared Coronal Line Laser Emission in | |
Seyfert Nuclei -- 31 Concepts of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance in Quantum Optics -- 32 Magnetic Resonance Imaging with Laser-polarized Noble Gases -- 33 Deterministic Order-Chaos Transition of Two Ions in a Paul Trap -- 34 Infrared | |
Emission and H2O Masers around Massive Black Holes in Galactic Nuclei -- 35 Knowing Charlie: In the 1950s and Since -- 36 The SH Radical: Laboratory Detection of its $$J = \frac{3}{2} \leftarrow \frac{1}{2}$$ Rotational Transition -- | |
37 Charlie Townes at Brookhaven -- 38 Classical Theory of Measurement: A Big Step Towards the Quantum Theory of Measurement -- 39 The Physics of Nerve Excitation -- 40 The Future of Science Education -- 41 Noncoherent Feedback in Space | |
Masers and Stellar Lasers -- 42 Application of Millisecond Pulsar Timing to the Long-term Stability of Clock Ensembles -- 43 Some Security Implications of Growing Electricity Demand for the Use of Nuclear Power in East Asia -- 44 | |
Dynamic Control of the Photon Statistics in the Micromaser and Laser -- 45 Sgr A* — A Starving Black Hole? -- 46 Infrared Semiconductor Laser by Means of J x H Force Excitation of Electrons and Holes -- 47 From Laser Beam Filamentation | |
to Optical Solitons: The Influence of C. H. Townes on the Development of Modern Nonlinear Optics -- 48 Industrial Research in Today’s World -- 49 Far-infrared Imaging of the HII Region-Molecular Cloud Complex W51A with a Balloon-borne | |
Telescope -- 50 Charles Townes: The Scientist and the Person -- 51 Neutron Spin Reorientation Experiments -- 52 An Appreciative Response to Townes on Science and Religion -- 53 The Academic Ivory Tower Under Siege -- 54 The Correlated | |
Spontaneous Emission Maser Gyroscope -- 55 Astronomical, Atmospheric, and Wavefront Studies with a Submillimeter-wavelength Interferometer -- 56 Theory of an Optical Subharmonic Generator -- 57 Hydrogen Masers and Lasers in Space -- 58 | |
Beyond the South Pole -- 59 Townes and Nonlinear Optics -- 60 Spectral Observations of the Molecular Cloud Orion S -- 61 A Visit to America -- 62 Review of Some Photothermal Effects -- 63 Dark Matter and Faint Galactic Halo Light -- 64 | |
Optical Pump-Probe Experiments and the Higgs Field | |
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Keywords: | Physics , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Astrophysics , Quantum optics , Lasers , Photonics , Physics , Laser Technology, Photonics , Quantum Optics , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques , Astrophysics and Astroparticles |
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Title: | Physics of the Plasma Universe |
Author(s): |
Anthony L Peratt |
Date: | 1992 |
Size: | 1 online resource (372 p.) |
Note: | 10.1007/978-1-4612-2780-9 |
Contents: | 1. Cosmic Plasma Fundamentals -- 1.1 Plasma -- 1.2 The Physical Sizes and Characteristics of Plasmas in the Universe -- 1.3 Regions of Applicability of Plasma Physics -- 1.4 Power Generation and Transmission -- 1.5 Electrical |
Discharges in Cosmic Plasma -- 1.6 Particle Acceleration in Cosmic Plasma -- 1.7 Plasma Pinches and Instabilities -- 1.8 Diagnosing Cosmic Plasmas -- 2. Birkeland Currents in Cosmic Plasma -- 2.1 History of Birkeland Currents -- 2.2 | |
Field-Aligned Currents in Laboratory Plasma -- 2.3 Field-Aligned Currents in Astrophysical Plasmas -- 2.4 Basic Equations of Magnetohydrodynamics -- 2.5 The Generalized Bennett Relation -- 2.6 Application of the Carlqvist Relation -- | |
2.7 Basic Fluid and Beam Instabilities -- 2.8 Laboratory Simulation of Cosmic Plasma Processes -- 2.9 The Particle-in-Cell Simulation of Beams and Birkeland Currents -- 3. Biot—Savart Law in Cosmic Plasma -- 3.1 History of Magnetism -- | |
3.2 The Magnetic Interaction of Steady Line Currents -- 3.3 The Magnetic Induction Field -- 3.4 The Vector Potential -- 3.5 Quasi-Stationary Magnetic Fields -- 3.6 Inductance -- 3.7 Storage of Magnetic Energy -- 3.8 Forces as | |
Derivatives of Coefficients of Inductance -- 3.9 Measurement of Magnetic Fields in Laboratory Plasmas -- 3.10 Particle-in-Cell Simulation of Interacting Curents -- 3.11 Magnetic Fields in Cosmic Dimensioned Plasma -- 4. Electric Fields | |
in Cosmic Plasma -- 4.1 Electric Fields -- 4.2 Measurement of Electric Fields -- 4.3 Magnetic Field Aligned Electric Fields -- 4.4 Magnetospheric Electric Fields -- 4.5 Outstanding Questions -- 4.6 Phenomena Associated with Electric | |
Fields -- 5. Double Layers in Astrophysics -- 5.1 General Description of Double Layers -- 5.2 The Time-Independent Double Layer -- 5.3 Particle-in-Cell Simulation of Double Layers -- 5.4 Double Layers in Current Filaments -- 5.5 Basic | |
Properties of Double Layers -- 5.6 Examples of Cosmic Double Layers -- 6. Synchrotron Radiation -- 6.1 Theory of Radiation from an Accelerated Charge -- 6.2 Radiation of an Accelerated Electron in a Magnetic Field -- 6.3 Field | |
Polarization -- 6.4 Radiation from an Ensemble of Electrons -- 6.5 Synchrotron Radiation from Z Pinches -- 6.6 Particle-in-Cell Simulation of Synchrotron Processes -- 6.7 Synchrotron Radiation from Cosmic Sources -- 7. Transport of | |
Cosmic Radiation -- 7.1 Energy Transport in Plasma -- 7.2 Applications of Geometrical Optics -- 7.3 Black Body Radiation -- 7.4 The Source Function and Kirchoff’s Law -- 7.5 Self Absorption by Plasma Filaments -- 7.6 Large-Scale, | |
Random Magnetic Field Approximation -- 7.7 Anisotropic Distribution of Velocities -- 8. Particle-in-Cell Simulation of Cosmic Plasma -- 8.1 “In-Situ” Observation of Cosmic Plasmas via Computer Simulation -- 8.2 The History of | |
Electromagnetic Particle-in-Cell Simulation -- 8.3 The Laws of Plasma Physics -- 8.4 Multidimensional Particle-in-Cell Simulation -- 8.5 Techniques for Solution -- 8.6 Issues in Simulating Cosmic Phenomena -- 8.7 Gravitation -- 8.8 | |
Scaling Laws -- 8.9 Data Management -- 8.10 Further Developments in Plasma Simulation -- Appendix A. Transmission Line Fundamentals in Space and Cosmic Plasmas -- A.1 Transmission Lines -- A.2 Definition of the State of the Line at a | |
Point -- A.3 Primary Parameters -- A.4 General Equations -- A.4.1 The General Case -- A.4.2 The Special Case of the Lossless Line -- A.5 Heaviside’s Operational Calculus (The Lapace Transform) -- A.5.1 The Propagation Function -- A.5.2 | |
Characteristic Impedance -- A.5.3 Reflection Coefficients -- A.6 Time-Domain Reflectometry -- Appendix B. Polarization of Electromagnetic Waves in Plasma -- Appendix C. Dusty and Grain Plasmas -- C.1 Dusty Plasma -- C.2 Grain Plasma -- | |
Appendix D. Some Useful Units and Constants -- Appendix E. TRISTAN -- References | |
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Keywords: | Physics , Space sciences , Atoms , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Extraterrestrial Physics, Space Sciences |
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Title: | Proceedings of the Fourth European Conference on Mathematics in Industry |
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Date: | 1991 |
Size: | 1 online resource (448 p.) |
Note: | 10.1007/978-94-009-0703-4 |
Contents: | Invited Lectures -- On a Mathematical Model for the Crystallization of Polymers -- Remarks on New Mathematical Problems Arising in the Context of Information Technology -- Time Division Multiple Access Systems and Matrix Decomposition |
-- Fresh Breeze around the Ivory Tower — Current Trends in Austrian Higher Education -- Determination of the Transient Thermal Behaviour of Thyristors with Cooling Devices (abstract) -- Mathematics for Industry -- Mathematical Problems | |
in Research at HILTI -- Minisymposium: Steel Processing -- Water Droplet Cooling of Galvanised Iron -- A Mathematical Model for the Calculation of Cooling Criteria for Round Bloom -- Automatic Secondary Cooling Control for the | |
Continuous Casting Process of Steel -- Some Problems of Identification and Control Arising from Cooling Rolled Wires -- Minisymposium: Chemical Engineering -- Numerical Simulation of Emulsion Liquid Membrane Permeation -- The Lay-out | |
of Reactive Extractors -- The Simulation of a Co-Current Bubble Reactor -- A Numerical Model for Calculation of a Counter Current Heat Exchanger -- Contributed Lectures -- Modelling Oxygen Supply in Spheroids of Tumor Cells -- On a | |
Numerical Method for Variable Heat Flow through External Walls -- Optimization of a Solar Domestic Hot-Water System -- The Fluttering of Fibres in Airspinning Processes -- A Numerical Model for Electromagnetic Casters -- On Consistent | |
Initialization of Differential-Algebraic Equations with Discontinuities -- On the Generation of Optical Solitons -- Mathematical Models for the Diffusion of Innovations -- Image Segmentation by Minimum Information Loss (abstract) -- A | |
Brief Mathematical Analysis of Electrochemical Machining Problems -- A Mathematical Model for the Production of Bimetallic Strip -- Computing Guaranteed Error Bounds for Problems in Renewal Theory -- Threshold Accepting Algorithms for | |
0–1 Knapsack Problems -- Digital Topology in Document Processing -- Modelling the Rheology of a Coal-Water Slurry -- Nonorthogonal Expansions of Signals and Some of their Applications (abstract) -- Two-Phase Flow Methodology and | |
Modelling -- Maximum Expected Information (MEI) Discretization Method for Spatial Data Analysis (abstract) -- Automatic Mesh Generation for 3D Domains with Application in Fluid Mechanics, Structures, Electrotechnics and Aerospace | |
Problems -- Quality Control of Artificial Fabrics (abstract) -- Developing a Unidimensional Simulation Model for Producing Silicon in an Electric Furnace -- Numerical Study of the Nonlinear Barotropic Instability of Rossby Wave Motion | |
-- The Method of Region Analysis and its Application for Optimal Control Problems of Hydroelectric Power Plants -- Stochastic Modelling of the Dielectric Relaxation in Condensed Matter (abstract) -- A Calculation and Contour Plotting | |
System for Flame Temperatures -- On the Taper Curves in the Forest Industry -- Analytical Three-Dimensional Stress Distribution in the Healthy Hip Joint -- Torsional Vibrations in a Crank Shaft -- An Adaptive Finite Element Method for | |
Stefan Problems -- The Theoretical Ecology of Coccidia with Reference to Poultry Production -- A Dynamic Two-Phase Flow Model for a Purification Plant -- Exchange of Parametric Curve and Surface Geometry between Computer Aided Design | |
Systems -- Fairing of Ship Lines with Mechanical Splines -- Numerical Simulation of the Stretching Behavior of Polymeric Liquids by Nonlinear Volterra Integrodifferential Equations with Boundary Conditions -- 3-D-Fitting of Blades and | |
Vanes -- Development of a Method for Electrical Load Forecasting and its Implementation Using Expert System Techniques -- Fibre Drying -- Optimal Extension of a System of Hydro Energy Storage Plants -- Modelling Separated Flows -- On | |
the Impact of Rigid Bodies with Small Deadrise Angle onto Inviscid, Incompressible Fluid -- B-Spline Library for Mathematical Modelling and Solving of Scientific and Industrial Problems | |
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Series: | European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry : 6 |
Keywords: | Mathematics , Chemical engineering , System theory , Mathematical models , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Mechanical engineering , Mathematics , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics , Systems Theory, Control , Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering , Mechanical Engineering , Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering |
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Title: | Strongly Coupled Plasma Physics |
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Date: | 1987 |
Size: | 1 online resource (610 p.) |
Note: | 10.1007/978-1-4613-1891-0 |
Contents: | I. Classical Strong Coupling -- Thermodynamic Functions, Transport Coefficients and Dynamic Correlations in Dense Plasmas -- Static and Dynamic Properties of Strongly-Coupled Classical One-Component Plasmas: Numerical Experiments on |
Supercooled Liquid State and Simulation of Ion Plasma in the Penning Trap -- Extraction of the One-Component Plasma Bridge Function from Computer Simulation Data -- Some Properties of a Polarized OCP -- Perturbation Theory of the | |
Miscibility Gap in Metal Salt Solutions -- II. Plasma Experiments -- A High-?, Strongly-Coupled, Non-Neutral Ion Plasma -- Laser Scattering Measurements of Thermal Entropy and Non-Acoustic Fluctuations in Collision-Dominated Plasmas -- | |
Production and Diagnosis of Dense Cool Alkali Plasmas -- Shock Waves and Thermodynamics of Strongly Compressed Plasmas -- Strongly-Coupled Plasma Diagnostics and Experimental Determination of DC Electrical Conductivity -- III. | |
Molecular Dynamics and Kinetic Theory -- Two Component Plasmas in Two and Three Dimensions -- Kinetic Theory of the Interdiffusion Coefficient In Dense Plasmas -- Transport Properties of a Fully Ionized Plasma: Semi-Classical or | |
Quantum Mechanical Approach -- IV. Astrophysics -- Dense Matter in Astrophysics: Selected Topics -- Transport Processes and Neutrino Emission Processes in Dense Astrophysical Plasmas -- White Dwarf Stars: Laboratories for Strongly | |
Coupled Plasma Physics -- Toward an Improved Pure Hydrogen EOS for Astrophysical Applications -- Solar Oscillations and the Equation of State -- V. Quantum Plasmas -- Thermodynamic Properties and Phase Transitions in Hydrogen and Rare | |
Gas Plasmas -- Nonideal Plasmas and Bound States -- High-Order Levinson Theorems and the Plank-Larkin Partition Function for Reacting Plasmas -- Metallic Lithium by Quantum Monte Carlo -- Thomas-Fermi Theory and its Generalizations, | |
Applied to Strongly Coupled Plasmas -- The Thomas-Fermi and Related Models -- Occupation Numbers in Partially Ionized Plasmas -- Thomas Fermi Calculation of the Degree of Ionization in a Dense Plasma -- VI. Density Functional Theory -- | |
Density-Functional Methods in Hot Dense Plasmas -- Description of Atomic Species in Dense Plasmas Using a Density-Functional-Theory Approach -- The Freezing of Charged and Uncharged Hard-Sphere Systems -- Atomic Structure of an | |
Impurity Neon In Liquid Metallic Hydrogen -- VII. 2-D Plasmas -- Solvable Models of Coulomb Systems in Two Dimensions -- Charge Correlations and Sum Rules in Coulomb Systems I -- Charge Correlations and Sum Rules in Coulomb Systems II: | |
Dynamics -- Theory of the Strongly Coupled 2-D Plasma with the 1/r Potential -- VIII. Metallic Fluids -- Metallic Fluids in the Critical Region -- Acoustic Velocity Measurements on Fluid Metals From Two-Fold Compressions to Two-Fold | |
Expansions -- Structure of the Jovian Envelope and the Equation of State of Dense Hydrogen -- IX. Response Functions and Ion Stopping Power -- Nonlinear Fluctuation-Dissipation Theorems and Their Applications to Dynamical Problems in | |
Strongly Coupled Plasmas -- Collective Modes and Mode Coupling for a Dense Plasma in a Magnetic Field -- Ion Stopping Power in Dense Partially Degenerate Plasmas -- Exact Asymptotic Expression for the State Dielectric Function of a | |
Uniform Liquid at Large Wave Vectors -- The Strongly Coupled OCP Plasmon Dispersion for Finite Wavenumbers -- X. Electric Microfield and Optical Properties -- Electric Microfield Distributions -- Optical Properties of Non-Ideal Plasmas | |
-- Simulation Studies of Ion Dynamic Effects on Dense Plasma Line Shapes -- Electric Microfield Distribution in Strongly Coupled Plasmas from Integral Equation Solutions -- Effects of Dielectronic Satellite Broadening on the Emission | |
Spectra from Hot Plasmas -- Influence of Effective Interionic Potentials on the Low Frequency Electric Microfield Distributions in Dense Semi-Classical Hydrogen Plasmas -- Stark Effect in Dense, Correlated Plasmas -- Resonant | |
Absorption in Dense Cesium Plasma -- XI. Integral Equations -- Onsager-Thomas-Fermi “Atoms” and “Molecules”: “Chemistry” of Correlations in Dense Plasmas -- Quantal Hypernetted Chain Equation Applied to Liquid Metallic Hydrogen -- | |
Computation of an Improved Integral Equation by Non Linear Resummation of the First Graphs of the Bridge Function -- Lecturers | |
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Title: | Few Body Systems and Nuclear Forces I 8. International Conference Held in Graz, August 24–30, 1978 |
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Date: | 1978 |
Size: | 1 online resource (442 p.) |
Note: | 10.1007/3-540-08917-9 |
Contents: | Neutron-proton charge exchange scattering between 200 and 600 MeV -- n-p Charge exchange scattering from 150 TO 800 MeV -- Nucleon-nucleon scattering in a non-Abelian gauge theory -- Coupled channel effects on nucleon-nucleon phase |
shifts and resonances -- Nucleon-nucleon potential from Regge-Pole theory in momentum space -- N-N potential from Regge-Pole theory -- On the potential reconciliation of the n-p 3S1-3D1 and 3D2 phase parameters and the quadrupole | |
moment of the deuteron -- Role of non-iterative diagrams in nn-scattering -- Correlations between potentials and observables in the nn interaction -- Particle mixing and charge asymmetric an forces -- Treatment of divergent expansions | |
in scattering theory -- Measurements on bound antinucleon-nucleon systems -- Nonperturbative calculation of nucleon-antinucleon annihilation diagrams in a simple model -- Investigation of the A.N interaction in the deuteron -- | |
Investigation of the ?NN, ??N and ??? formfactor -- Light front field theory treatment of the 2n problem -- Unity of relativistic corrections and meson exchange currents -- Nucleon — Nucleon phase shifts calculated using the | |
Blankenbecler — Sugar equation -- Quasi-elastic electron scattering and the momentum distribution of the deuteron -- Neutron-proton capture total cross section between 38 and 73 MeV -- The neutron electric form factor and quasi-elastic | |
electron-deuteron scattering -- The electron-deuteron tensor polarization and the short range behaviour of the deuteron wave function -- Deuteron formfactor calculations with the Bethe-Salpeter equation -- Relativistic calculation of | |
the photon circular polarization in np??d process -- Thermal n-p radiative capture -- Special coherent states for ?-n scattering -- On the field-theoretic approach to low-energy ?-N interaction -- S-wave pion-nucleon phase shifts in | |
Padé approximation -- Some considerations of the nucleon as a bound triquark -- Multiquark dibaryon resonances -- High energy p-p elastic scattering and constituent multiple scattering model -- A new stable dibaryon -- Proton-proton | |
bremsstrahlung -- Proton-proton bremsstrahlung with polarized protons -- Isobar excitation in proton-proton bremsstrahlung -- Criteria for the choice of p-p bremsstrahlung experiments -- The interference of initial and final state | |
amplitudes in p-d bremsstrahlung near the break-up threshold -- Off-energy-shell continuation of the two-body T-matrix in the presence of resonances -- The coulomb contribution to proton-proton scattering phase shifts -- The Coulomb | |
contribution to ?+-p phase shifts -- The one photon exchange potential in configuration space -- The Coulomb interference term in polarization analysis and the determination of the transition matrix -- Polarized proton-proton | |
scattering at intermediate energies -- Polarization measurement in proton-proton scattering at 6.14 MeV -- Measurement of spin interactions in high Pt proton-proton elastic scattering -- Measurement of the component Ayy of the | |
spin-correlation tensor for p-p elastic scattering at 10 MeV -- D,R,A and P for small angle p-p elastic scattering at 312,392 and 493 MeV -- NP triple scattering experiments and I=O NN phase shifts -- Status of n-p measurements and | |
phase shift analyses near 50 MeV -- The production of pions by polarized protons incident on hydrogen and deuterium -- Quasi-elastic scattering of polarized protons -- The three-nucleon bound state computed with explicit ?(1236) | |
components -- Solution of the bound trinucleon including the effects of the isobar ?(1236) -- Perturbation approach to the 3He bound state with the reid soft-core potential -- Three nucleon observables with meson theoretical | |
interactions -- Charge-dependent three-body force with N*(1236) in the intermediate states -- The N-D and N-D* momentum distributions -- Electromagnetic structure of 3He and 4He at large momentum transfer -- S-matrix pole trajectories | |
in the 3N-system -- Is there a three neutron resonance? -- Three-body reactions with charged particles -- Unexpected behavior of the cca transition operators under particle interchange -- Minimal relativistic dynamics of the 3? and ??N | |
systems -- (n,d) elastic differential cross section at 2.48 and 3.28 MeV and related phase shift analyses -- Backward elastic nd-scattering in the energy range 350 – 550 MeV -- nd backward scattering from 200 to 800 MeV -- Quasi free | |
scattering in the 2H(n, 2n)p reaction at En = 21. 5MeV -- A four-dimensional approach to the almost 4? H(d,2p)n data -- The D(p,2p)n reaction at 50 MeV -- What collinearity effect? -- A test on p1-n-p2 colinearity resonance of | |
D(po,p1p2)n reaction at E0= 156 MeV -- Coulomb break-up of Deuteron by Muon and n-p off-energy-shell effects -- Detailed calculations of ?-d elastic scattering at medium energies -- Practical scheme for low energy ? - d scattering -- | |
An important contribution to ?D scattering in the resonance region -- The NN? system--an effective 3-body problem with unusual disconnectedness structure -- Pion-deuteron optical potential -- Dibaryon resonances in ?NN and ??NN | |
dynamics -- Elastic scattering differential cross-section of ?± on deuteron at 47 MeV -- Application of Faddeev equations to K? d??? Ap at low energy -- Exchange current effects in the reaction 3He(?,?+)3H -- Electromagnetic sum rules | |
for light nuclei -- Practical calculations of P-D scattering -- Differential cross-sections for elastic p-d and n-d scattering at 10 MeV -- Investigation of the p-d elastic scattering with polarized protons and deuterons -- Measurement | |
on T21 for proton-deuteron elastic scattering at ED 20 Mev -- On the asymptotic normalization of the deuteron D-state by p-d elastic scattering -- Proton-deuteron analyzing power at 14.1 MEV -- 1H( $$\vec n$$ ,n)1H and 2H( $$\vec n$$ | |
,n)2H at 14.2 MeV -- Analysing power measurements in deuteron-proton scattering from 5 to 13 MeV -- Backward angle p-d elastic scattering at 316 and 516 MeV -- Neutron analyzing power in the reaction $$\vec n$$ +d?n1+n2+p -- Vector | |
analyzing power in final state interaction region for deuteron breakup reaction -- Solution of four-nucleon integral equations using the effective UPA -- The bound states of the two-, three- and four-nucleon systems and the nuclear | |
force -- Energy-dependent pole approximations in the four-body equations -- Four-body calculation of 3He(p,p)3He and d(d,p)3H -- Four-body model of the four-nucleon system -- Study of few-nucleon systems by means of analytical | |
continuation in core constant -- Analyzing power measurements for the 4-nucleon system below 6 MeV -- Comparison of the mirror reactions 2H(d,p)3H and 2H(d,n)3He -- Analyzing power for the elastic n-3He-scattering -- The low energy | |
neutron scattering lengths of He3 and T and their relation to the four-body problem -- p+3He elastic scattering from 18 to 48 MeV -- Collinearity revisited in D(d,pd)n at 12.2 MeV -- The 2H(d,N) reaction: Measurement and theoretical | |
analysis -- The 3He(p,pp)d*/3He(p,pp)d ratio at E = 136 MeV -- Photo-disintegration of the alpha particle -- The bound states of ? 4 He - ? 4 H -- Some phenomena near nuclear surface -- Exploration of a continuum ambiguity in the | |
3He(d,d)3He phase-shift analysis at 0.32 MeV -- The scattering of polarized deuterons on 3 He between 10 and 17 MeV -- The deuteron break-up induced by ?-particles -- Low-energy alpha-induced deuteron breakup studied with a | |
six-detector system and a Faddeev analysis -- Investigation of resonances in d-? elastic scattering -- Three-body model of the deuteron breakup reaction by an ?-particle -- Three model approaches to the ?-d relative wave function in | |
the 6Li nucleus -- ?+n+P??+n+P elastic scattering at very low energies -- 3He + 6Li elastic scattering at 27 MeV -- The 6Li(3He,3He)6Li and 6Li(3He,3H)6Be Reactions at 27 MeV -- Three trion breakup of 6Li + 3He at 132 MeV -- | |
Three-alpha model calculations and the O2 + state of 12 C -- Three-body calculations for light nuclei using separable potentials -- A model three-particle system for studying limitations of the shell-model approach to nuclear reactions | |
-- Effect of higher ordered terms in the cluster expansion of correlation function on the structure of light nuclei -- Nucleon spectral function in Li6 -- New-results in the search of high energy deuterons from the 3He + 3He reaction | |
-- Interaction-time effects of quasifree processes -- Continuous particle spectra from ?-induced breakup of ?-particles at E? = 130 MeV -- Phase-space analysis of continuous spectra -- Four-body approach to ?(3He,3He)? and 6Li(p,p)6Li | |
reactions -- Application of few-body methods to atomic and molecular structure -- Two Hilbert space scattering theory: Recent progress -- Relationships between different formulations of N-body scattering and origin of spurious | |
solutions -- Spurious solutions in few-body equations -- Time delay in N-body scattering -- Derivation of an approximate three-body model of deuteron stripping from N-body scattering theory -- Time dependent approach to the collision | |
of two charged composite particles -- Scattering amplitudes for two charged fragments -- On off-shell transformations and wave function formalisms in many-body scattering theories -- Hamiltonian formulation of N-body theories -- | |
Quantal rules for non-Hermitian bound state formalisms based on N-body scattering theory -- Method of orthogonalized distorted waves in the many-body scattering theory -- Ghost states and pauli principle in many-body scattering -- The | |
green function hierarchy and the three-body problem -- Examination of many-body resonances by means of analytical continuation of bound states -- Convergence of the distorted wave series -- On asymptotic completeness in scattering | |
theory -- Multiparticle core in nuclei -- The two pion exchange three-nucleon potential and nuclear matter -- Charge asymmetry of nuclear forces and binding energies of heavy nuclei -- Solution of the inverse scattering problem in the | |
finite-difference approximation | |
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Title: | Spectral, Spatial, and Temporal Properties of Lasers |
Author(s): |
A. M Ratner |
Date: | 1972 |
Size: | 1 online resource (220 p.) |
Note: | 10.1007/978-1-4684-1926-9 |
Contents: | Basic Notation -- I. Certain Information from Luminescence Theory -- § 1. Absorption and Luminescence Spectra of Impurity Luminophors -- § 2. Nonradiative Transitions Between Electronic Levels of an Impurity Atom -- § 3. Nonradiative |
Energy Transfer Between Impurity Atoms -- Conclusions -- II. The Threshold and Output Power of a Laser -- § 4. The Effective Absorption Coefficient -- § 5. The Threshold Pumping Power -- § 6. The Output Radiation Power of a Laser -- | |
Conclusions -- III. The Natural Oscillations of an Ideal Resonator (Linear Theory) -- § 7. The Oscillation Modes of a Closed Resonator -- § 8. The Modes of an Open Resonator -- Conclusions -- IV. The Transverse Structure of the | |
Electromagnetic Field in a Plane-Parallel Resonator -- § 9. The Equation for the Electromagnetic Field -- §10. The Field Distribution over a Cross Section Having the Shape of a Half-Plane -- § 11. The Intensity Distribution over a | |
Cross Section Having Finite Dimensions -- § 12. The Diffraction Losses -- § 13. The Range of Application of the Treatment. Comparison with Experiment -- Conclusions -- V. Longitudinal Structure of the Electromagnetic Field in a | |
Plane-Parallel Resonator -- § 14. The Longitudinal Mode of a Resonator Having an Infinite Cross Section -- § 15. The Number of Simultaneously Generated Longitudinal Modes -- § 16. The Electromagnetic Field in a Resonator Having a | |
Finite Cross Section -- §17. The Effective Absorption Coefficient -- Conclusions -- VI. A Laser with Concave Reflectors -- §18. The Equivalent Mechanical System -- § 19. Taking Account of the Active Medium -- §20. Cylindrical Mirrors | |
-- §21. Reflectors in the Shape of a Surface of Rotation -- § 22. The Spectral Composition of the Radiation -- § 23. The Transition to a Resonator with Plane Mirrors -- § 24. An Optical Resonator with Lenses -- Conclusions -- VII. | |
Relaxational Intensity Oscillations -- §25. The Kinetic Equations -- §26. The General Picture of Oscillations of Stimulated Emission -- §27. Oscillations Having a Large Amplitude -- §28. Damping of Oscillations and Their Amplitudes -- | |
§29. Range of Applicability and Experimental Data -- §30. Self Oscillations -- Conclusions -- VIII. The Spectral Width of the Radiation -- § 31. The Spectral Composition of the Radiation -- § 32. The Effect of Kinetic Operation on the | |
Spectral Width of the Generation -- Conclusions -- IX. The Threshold Phenomena Related to Microinhomogeneity of the Active Medium -- § 33. Spectral Width of Radition from a Laser with an Inhomogeneously Broadened Luminescence Line. The | |
Basic Equations -- § 34. The Spectral-Broadening Threshold -- § 35. The Equation for the Intensity of the Polarization Components -- § 36. The Second Generation Threshold -- § 37. The Intensity of the Fundamental Component under | |
Conditions when the Second Component Cannot Be Generated -- § 38. The Degree of Polarization of the Radiation -- § 39. Comparison with Experimental Data -- Conclusions -- X. Active Q-Modulation -- § 40. Obtaining a Single Pulse by | |
Means of Rapid Q-Switching -- § 41. Equations for Light Energy in a Resonator with Modulated Q -- § 42. Shape of the Intensity Peak -- § 43. Effect of a Finite Q-Switching Rate and Pump Nonuniformity on the Shape of the Peak -- § 44. | |
Stimulated Intensity Oscillations -- Conclusions -- XI. Passive Q-Modulation -- § 45. The Mechanism of Passive Q-Modulation -- § 46. The Equation for a Passive Optical Shutter -- § 47. A Passive Shutter Open Either Negligibly or | |
Completely -- § 48. Various Operating Modes of a Laser with a Passive Shutter -- Conclusions -- XII. Mode Locking and Ultrashort Pulses -- § 49. The Electric Field of a Multimode Laser -- § 50. Forced Mode Locking -- § 51. Self Mode | |
Locking -- § 52. Pulse Velocity Inside the Cavity -- Conclusions -- References | |
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Keywords: | Physics , Quantum physics , Physics , Quantum Physics |
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Title: | Magnetogasdynamics and Plasma Dynamics |
Author(s): |
Shih-I Pai |
Date: | 1962 |
Size: | 1 online resource (197 p.) |
Note: | 10.1007/978-3-7091-8083-9 |
Contents: | I. Introduction -- 1. Plasma and plasma dynamics -- 2. Methods of treatment -- 3. Microscopic point of view: — Kinetic theory of plasma -- 4. Macroscopic point of view: — Theory of continuum -- 5. Magnetogasdynamics and |
magnetohydrodynamics -- References -- II. Fundamental Equations of Plasma Dynamics -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Equation of state -- 3. Equation of continuity -- 4. Equation of motion -- 5. Equation of energy -- 6 Maxwell’s equations of | |
electromagnetic field -- 7. Gross variables of the plasma as a whole -- 8. Fundamental equations for the gross quantities of the plasma -- 9. Fundamental equations of plasma dynamics -- 10. Fundamental equations of | |
electro-magneto-gasdynamies -- References -- III. Electromagnetic Equations in Plasma Dynamics -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Maxwell’s equations -- 3. Equation of conservation of electrical charge -- 4. Equation of electrical current -- 5. | |
Vector and scalar potentials -- 6. Boundary conditions -- 7. Units in electromagnetic theory -- References -- IV. Magnetogasdynamics and Electromagnetogasdynamics -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Magnetogasdynamic approximations -- 3. | |
Fundamental equations of magnetogasdynamics -- 4. Important parameters in magnetogasdynamics -- 5. Some properties of the fundamental equations of magnetogasdynamics -- 6. Electromagnetogasdynamics -- References -- V. Dimensional | |
Analysis and Important Parameters -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Fully ionized plasma -- 3. Some characteristic velocities, frequencies and lengths in plasma dynamics -- 4. Important parameters of plasma dynamics -- 5 Important parameters | |
for special cases -- References -- VI. Magnetohydrodynamics -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Laminar flow between parallel plates -- 3. Laminar flow in a pipe under external magnetic field -- 4. Laminar flow near a stagnation point -- 5. | |
Inviscid flow past a magnetized sphere -- 6. Boundary layer flow of a fluid of very small electrical conductivity -- 7. Boundary layer flow of fluid of large or infinite electrical conductivity -- 8. Unsteady motion of a plate. | |
Rayleigh’s problem -- 9. The temperature distribution in magnetohydrodynamics -- References -- VII. Stability of Magnetogasdynamic Flows -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Stability equations for parallel flow in magnetohydrodynamics -- 3. | |
Stability of laminar flow between parallel planes in the presence of a coplanar magnetic field -- 4. Stability of laminar flow between parallel planes under a transverse magnetic field -- 5. Stability of boundary layer flow -- 6. | |
Stability of laminar flow between rotating cylinders -- 7. Stability, of a layer of fluid heated below -- 8. Stability of pinch effect -- 9. Experiment of stability of flow in magnetohydrodynamics -- References -- VIII. Turbulence in | |
Magnetohydrodynamics -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Double and triple correlation in isotropic turbulence -- 3. Generalized von Kármán-Howarth equation -- 4. Equations in terms of vector potential -- 5. The dissipation of energy -- 6. | |
Invariants of Loitsiansky’s type -- 7. A spontaneous magnetic field in conducting fluid -- 8. Stationary turbulence -- 9. The partition of energy in hydromagnetic turbulence -- References -- IX. One Dimensional Flow in | |
Magnetogasdynamics -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Fundamental equations of one dimensional unsteady flow of magnetogasdynamics -- 3. Steady one dimensional flow -- 4. Generalized Rankine-Hugoniot relations -- 5. Shock wave structure in an | |
inviscid and non-heat-conducting fluid of finite electrical conductivity -- 6. Shock wave structure in a fluid of infinite electrical conductivity -- 7. Shock wave structure in a plasma -- 8. Unsteady flow of an ideal plasma -- 9. | |
Characteristics of the fundamental equations of one-dimensional unsteady flow of magnetogasdynamics -- 10. Steady flow through a nozzle -- 11. Approximate one-dimensional flow in a transverse electromagnetic field -- 12. | |
Magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) power generation -- References -- X. Wave Motion in a Plasma -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Linearized equations of electromagnetogasdynamics -- 3. Electromagnetic waves -- 4. Gasdynamic waves -- 5 Magnetogasdynamic | |
waves -- 6. Electromagnetogasdynamic waves -- References -- XI. Shock Wave Propagation in Magnetogasdynamics -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Oblique shock in magnetogasdynamics -- 3. Oblique shock wave structure in magnetogasdynamics -- 4. | |
Shock wave propagation in an infinitely electrically conductive plasma with transverse magnetic field and gravitation -- 5. Cylindrical shock waves produced by instantaneous energy release -- 6. The penetration of a shock wave into a | |
magnetic field -- References -- XII. Two- and Three-Dimensional Flows in Magnetogasdynamics -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Three-dimensional unsteady flow of an ideal plasma -- 3. Two-dimensional steady flow over a thin body in fluids of | |
large or infinite magnetic Reynolds number -- 4. Linearized theory of airfoils in fluids of low electric conductivity -- 5. Hypersonic flow past a blunt body in magnetogasdynamics -- 6. Two-dimensional boundary layer flow -- References | |
-- XIII. Some Problems of Plasma Dynamics -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Ionization -- 3. Saha relation -- 4. Flow of plasma with variable degree of ionization -- 5. Plasma oscillation -- 6. Electrical conductivity -- 7. Flow with radiation | |
-- 8. Particle motions of a plasma -- References -- XIV. Plasma Dynamics from Microscopic Point of View -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Molecular velocity and its distribution function -- 3. Generalized Boltzmann equation -- 4. Maxwellian | |
distribution -- 5. Relations between kinetic theory and conservation equations -- 6. Transfer equations -- 7. Expressions for the coefficients of diffusion, heat conduction and viscosity -- 8. Plasma oscillations -- 9. Some dimensional | |
considerations of plasma dynamics -- References -- Author Index | |
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Title: | Modern problems in classical electrodynamics |
Author(s): |
Charles A. Brau |
Publisher: | Oxford University Press |
Contents: | 0.1. Introduction 0.2. Electrostatics 0.2.1. Charges 0.2.2. Forces and Electric Fields 0.3. Magnetostatics 0.3.1. Currents 0.3.2. Forces and Fields 0.3.3. Vector Potential 0.4. Electrodynamics 0.4.1. Conservation of Charge 0.4.2. Faraday's Law 0.4.3. Energy in the Magnetic Field 0.5. The Maxwell Equations and Electromagnetic Waves 0.5.1. The Maxwell--Ampere Law 0.5.2. Electromagnetic Waves 0.5.3. Potentials and Gauges 0.6. Conservation Laws 0.6.1. Poynting's Theorem 0.6.2. Conservation of Momentum |
1. Relativistic Kinematics 1.1. The Principles of Special Relativity 1.1.1. Historical Overview 1.1.2. Einstein's Postulate 1.1.3. Intervals 1.1.4. Proper Time 1.2. The Lorentz Transformation 1.2.1. Rotation in 4-Spave 1.2.2. Time Dilation and Length Contraction 1.2.3. Velocity Transformation 1.3. 4-Vectors and 4-Tensors 1.3.1. Cartesian Tensors 1.3.2. Relativistic Metric and Lorentz Transformation 1.3.3. 4-Vector Calculus 1.4. Electromagnetic Fields 1.4.1. The 4-Tensor Electromagnetic Field 1.4.2. Transformation of Electromagnetic Fields | |
2. Relativistic Mechanics and Field Theory 2.1. Relativistic Free Particle 2.1.1. Hamilton's Principle and the Calculus of Variations 2.1.2. Langrangian for a Free Particle 2.1.3. Energy and Momentum 2.1.4. de Broglie Waves 2.1.5. Rotational Invariance and Angular Momentum 2.2. Charged Particle in a Vector Potential 2.2.1. Langrangian Mechanics 2.2.2. Canonical Momentum 2.2.3. Canonical Equations of Motion 2.3. The Maxwell Equations 2.3.1. Equations of Motion of a Vector Field 2.3.2. Proca Mass Term 2.4. Invariance and Conservation Laws 2.4.1. Gauge Transformations 2.4.2. Symmetric Stress Tensor for the Electromagnetic Field | |
3. Time-Independent Electromagnetic Fields 3.1. Electrostatics 3.1.1. Coulomb's Law 3.1.2. Energy in Electrostatic Fields 3.1.3. Multipole Moments 3.2. Boundary-Value Problems with Conductors 3.2.1. Boundary Conditions and Uniqueness Theorems 3.2.2. Energy and Capacitance 3.2.3. Method of Images 3.2.4. Separation of Variables 3.2.5. Spheroidal Coordinates 3.2.6. Spherical Harmonics 3.2.7. Variational Methods 3.2.8. Numerical Methods 3.2.9. Green Functions 3.3. Magnetostatics 3.3.1. Biot-Savart Law 3.3.2. Forces and Energy 3.3.3. Multipole Moments 3.3.4. Magnetic Scalar Potential | |
4. Electromagnetic Waves 4.1. Plane Waves 4.1.1. Electric and Magnetic Fields in Plane Waves 4.1.2. Charged Particle in a Plane Wave 4.2. Canonical Equations of an Electromagnetic Field 4.2.1. Fourier Decomposition of the Field 4.2.2. Spontaneous Emission by a Harmonic Oscillator 4.2.3. Canonical Equations of the Electromagnetic Field 4.2.4. Blackbody Radiation and the Einstein Coefficients 4.3. Waves in Plasmas 4.3.1. Transverse Electromagnetic Waves 4.3.2. Longitudinal Electrostatic Waves | |
5. Fourier Techniques and Virtual Quanta 5.1. Fourier Transformation 5.1.1. Fourier's Theorem 5.1.2. Asymptotic Behavior of Fourier Transforms 5.1.3. -Functions 5.1.4. Autocorrelation Functions and the Wiener-Khintchine Theorem 5.1.5. Pulse Compression 5.2. Method of Virtual Quanta 5.2.1. Fourier Decomposition of the Field of a Relativistic Charge 5.2.2. Bremsstrahlung 5.2.3. Excitation by a Fast Charged Particle 5.2.4. Transition Radiation | |
6. Macroscopic Materials 6.1. Polarization and Magnetization 6.1.1. The Macroscopic Form of the Maxwell Equations 6.1.2. The Constitutive Relations 6.1.3. Boundary Conditions 6.1.4. Magnetic Scalar Potentia 6.1.5. Conservation of Energy, and Poynting's Theorem 6.2. Properties of Dielectric and Magnetic Materials 6.2.1. Dielectric Materials 6.2.2. Magnetic Materials | |
7. Linear, Dispersive Media 7.1. Linear Media 7.1.1. Waves in a Nondispersive Medium 7.1.2. Constitutive Relations in Dispersive Media 7.1.3. Kramers-Kronig Relations 7.1.4. Plane Waves in Dispersive Media 7.1.5. Phase Velocity and Group Velocity 7.1.6. Conservation of Energy in Dispersive Media 7.1.7. Lorentz-Drude Model 7.2. Reflection and Refraction at Surfaces 7.2.1. Boundary Conditions 7.2.2. Dielectric Reflection 7.2.3. Metallic Reflection 7.2.4. Surface Waves 7.3. Energy Loss by Fast Particles Traveling Through Matter 7.3.1. Ionization and Excitation 7.3.2. Relativistic Limit and the Density Effect | |
8. Nonlinear Optics 8.1. Nonlinear Susceptibility 8.1.1. Nonlinear Polarization 8.1.2. Anisotropic Materials 8.2. Multiphoton Processes 8.2.1. Coupled-Wave Equation 8.2.2. Second-Harmonic Generation 8.2.3. Sum-Frequency Generation 8.3. Nonlinear Index of Refraction 8.3.1. Third-Order Susceptibility 8.3.2. Wave Equation with a Nonlinear Index of Refraction 8.3.3. Phase-Conjugate Reflection 8.4. Raman Processes 8.4.1. Raman Scattering 8.4.2. Coherent Raman Amplification | |
9. Diffraction 9.1. Geometrical Optics 9.1.1. Eikonal Approximation 9.1.2. Rays in Geometrical Optics 9.1.3. Integral Theorems 9.2. Gaussian Optics and Laser Resonators 9.2.1. Paraxial Approximation 9.2.2. Laser Resonators and Mode Spacing 9.2.3. Transverse Modes and Resonator Stability 9.3. Diffraction 9.3.1. Scalar Diffraction Theory 9.3.2. Fraunhofer Diffraction (Far Field) 9.3.3. Fresnel Diffraction (Near Field) | |
10. Radiation by Relativistic Particles 10.1. Angular and Spectral Distribution of Radiation 10.1.1. Fourier Decomposition of the Fields 10.1.2. Retarded Fields and Lienard-Wiechert Fields 10.1.3. Multipole Radiation 10.1.4. Spectral Distribution of Radiation from a Point Charge 10.1.5. Angular Distribution of Radiation from a Point Charge 10.1.6. Total Power Radiated by a Point Charge 10.2. Bremsstrahlung and Transition Radiation 10.2.1. Bremsstrahlung 10.2.2. Transition Raidiation 10.3. Thomson Scattering 10.3.1. Linear Thomson Scattering 10.3.2. Nonlinear Thomson Scattering 10.4. Synchrotron Radiation and Undulator Radiation 10.4.1. Synchrotron Radiation 10.4.2. Undulator Radiation 10.5. Coherent Emission from Multiple Particles 10.5.1. Coherence and Form Factor 10.5.2. Coherent Radiative Processes 10.6. Radiation from Relativistic Particles Traveling Through Matter 10.6.1. Angular Spectral Fluence 10.6.2. Cherenkov Radiation | |
11. Fundamental Particles in Classical Electrodynamics 11.1. Electromagnetic Mass and the Radiation Reaction 11.1.1. Difficulties in the Classical Theory 11.1.2. The 4/3 Problem and Poincare Stresses 11.1.3. Point Particles and the Radiation Reaction 11.1.4. Extended Particles 11.2. Magnetic Monopoles 11.2.1. The Maxwell Equations 11.2.2. Magnetic Monopoles and Charge Quantization 11.3. Spin 11.3.1. Relativistic Equations of Motion 11.3.2. Thomas Precession and Spin-Orbit Coupling | |
Appendix: Units and Dimensions A.1. Arbitrariness A.2. SI Units A.3. Gaussian Units A.4. Conversion of Formulas Between SI and Gaussian Units | |
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Title: | NFPA 70B recommended practice for electrical equipment maintenance 2016 |
Author(s): |
National Fire Protection Association |
Date: | 2016 |
Edition: | 2016 Edition |
Publisher: | National Fire Protection Association |
Size: | 297 p |
Contents: | Administration -- Referenced publications -- Definitions -- Wha an effective electrical preventive maintenance (EPM) program pays dividends -- What is an effective electrical preventive (EPM) program? -- Planning and developing an electrical prevent ive (EPM) program -- Personnel safety -- fundamentals of electrical equipment maintenance -- System studies -- Power quality -- Testing and test methods -- Maintenance of electrical equipment subject to long intervals between shutdowns -- Ground-fault pro tection -- Grounding -- Substations and switchgear assemblies -- Motor control equipment -- Insulated-case/molded-case circuit-breakers -- Fuses -- Power cables -- Cable tray and busway -- Power and distribution transformers -- Electronic equipment -- Lig hting -- Wiring devices -- Rotating equipment -- vibration -- Hazardous (classified) location electrical equiopment -- Uninterruptible power supply (UPS) systems -- Portable electrical tools and equipment -- Reliability-centered maintenance (RCM) -- EPM f rom commissioning (acceptance testing) through maintenance -- Electrical disaster recovery -- Photovoltaic sysems -- Electric vehicle charging systems -- Wind power elecgtric systems and associated equipment |
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