An Overview of Impellers, Velocity Profile and Reactor

... required data, it takes a long time to collect enough to build a model. In some cases, also it is difficult to obtain experimental information also. Pilot plant experiments can be considered as an option, but this conventional method has been left far behind by the advent of Computational Fluid Dyna ...

... required data, it takes a long time to collect enough to build a model. In some cases, also it is difficult to obtain experimental information also. Pilot plant experiments can be considered as an option, but this conventional method has been left far behind by the advent of Computational Fluid Dyna ...

Realizing effective magnetic field for photons by controlling the

... of the photon wavefunction. In ref. 23, this effect was then used to construct an optical isolator. An effective magnetic ﬁeld, however, is characterized by the highly non-trivial topological properties of photon wavefunctions. In two dimensions, for example, one such topological property is a non-z ...

... of the photon wavefunction. In ref. 23, this effect was then used to construct an optical isolator. An effective magnetic ﬁeld, however, is characterized by the highly non-trivial topological properties of photon wavefunctions. In two dimensions, for example, one such topological property is a non-z ...

The space group classification of topological band insulators arXiv

... gap in the bulk and protected gapless modes on the boundary of the system[1, 2]. Integer quantum Hall states represent first examples of topologically protected phases in absence of any symmetries with the topological invariant directly related to the measured Hall conductance[3]. Recently, it becam ...

... gap in the bulk and protected gapless modes on the boundary of the system[1, 2]. Integer quantum Hall states represent first examples of topologically protected phases in absence of any symmetries with the topological invariant directly related to the measured Hall conductance[3]. Recently, it becam ...

Path Integrals — Elementary Properties and Simple Solutions

... the Trotter formula holds for operators which are bounded from below and that for most physically interesting potentials, it cannot be used to derive Feynman’s time-sliced path integral representation (2.14), even in systems where the formula is known to be valid. In particular, the short-time ampli ...

... the Trotter formula holds for operators which are bounded from below and that for most physically interesting potentials, it cannot be used to derive Feynman’s time-sliced path integral representation (2.14), even in systems where the formula is known to be valid. In particular, the short-time ampli ...

Hyperfine Splitting in Non-Relativistic Bound States Marc E. Baker

... In chapter 3, we set up a natural framework for doing bound-state calculations within relativistic quantum theory. Firstly, we show that not only do we recover the leading order HFS result of chapter 2, but systematically incorporate all other non-radiation based effects. We also show how the inclus ...

... In chapter 3, we set up a natural framework for doing bound-state calculations within relativistic quantum theory. Firstly, we show that not only do we recover the leading order HFS result of chapter 2, but systematically incorporate all other non-radiation based effects. We also show how the inclus ...