Book — 1 online resource (234 pages) : illustrations (black and white, and colour).
1. Mitigation of Rayleigh-Taylor Convection in a Porous Medium by Initial Periodic Fluctuations
2. Viscose mutual involvement of moving contacting liquids
3. The study of a drop collision with an obstacle
4. Methods of cavitation flows investigation
5. Modeling of a ring wave system source using satellite surveillance
6. Static form and quasi-stationary evaporation of groundwater in soil cracks and human biofluid between slides
7. Effect of barrier discharge plasma treatment on winter wheat seed germination
8. On the treatment of seeds with cold plasma to improve germination processes
9. Non-potential waves on the surface of stratified liquid
10. Scattering short hydroacoustics wave in the presence of long surface waves
11. On the determination of diffuse reflectance of PTFE
12. Features of admixture dynamics in the fluid depth for complex vortex with free surface
13. Features of using perturbation theory to study convective diffusion
14. Stratification and segregation under laminar convection
15. Arctic air intrusions and changes in 7be fluxes from the atmosphere to the earth's surface
16. n Simulation of the Physical and Chemical Complex for Processing Hydrogen Sulfide in the Black sea region
17. Analysis of microbiological and sanitary-hygienic indicators of water from an underground source
18. Joint influence of Arctic ice dynamics and magnetic field diffusion on magnetohydrodynamic processes in geoenvironments
19. Approximation of the soil temperature by piecewise-continuous functions.
This book explains the dynamics of natural systems - the geosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere - and their interactions, along with the human contribution to naturally occurring processes, which is one of the most urgent and practically important scientific problems of our age. The widespread use of sophisticated, tremendously powerful supercomputers now allows us to model complex phenomena that were previously inaccessible for analysis. Further, the introduction and advancement of a new generation of geophysical instruments - remote observing systems installed on ships, aircraft and satellites - make it possible to gather huge amounts of objective, representative data. The articles presented here offer valuable insights into the laboratory modelling of geo-environments and testing of newly developed physical and mathematical models. (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Book — 1 online resource (xi, 223 pages) : illustrations
2. Raman and infrared (IR) spectroscopy
3. Photoluminescence (PL) spectroscopy
4. Overview of cathodoluminescence (CL) spectroscopy
5. Applications of Raman, IR, and CL spectroscopy
6. STEM-CL spectroscopy
This book focuses on advanced optical spectroscopy techniques for the characterization of cutting-edge semiconductor materials. It covers a wide range of techniques such as Raman, infrared, photoluminescence, and cathodoluminescence (CL) spectroscopy, including an introduction to their physical fundamentals and best operating principles. Aimed at professionals working in the research and development of semiconductors and semiconductor materials, this book looks at a broad class of materials such as silicon and silicon dioxide, nano-diamond thin films, quantum dots, and gallium oxide. In addition to the spectroscopic techniques covered, this book features a chapter devoted to the use of a scanning electron transmission microscope as an excitation source for CL spectroscopy. Written by a practicing industry expert in the field, this book is an ideal source of reference and best-practices guide for physicists, as well as materials scientists and engineers involved in the area of spectroscopy of semiconductor materials. Further, this book introduces the cutting-edge spectroscopy such as optical photothermal IR and Raman spectroscopy or terahertz time-domain spectroscopy (THz-TDS) etc.
Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (black and white, and colour).
The Practice of Gamma-ray Spectroscopy: Here & Now.- Applications of radiation detectors to society.- From Detector Simulation to Data Analysis in High Energy Physics.- The study of the frequency of bubble oscillation in R-12 superheated emulsion for neutron-gamma discrimination.- Simulations of Multi-Layer GEM Systems from Single to Quadruple GEMs.- A Simulation of Primary Ionization for Different Gas Mixtures.- Simulating response of a liquid scintillation detector to gamma and neutrons.- Numerical Evaluation of Resistive Plate Chamber.- Straw Tube Studies and Prototype Assembly for DUNE.- Upgradation of CMS Detector at the LHC with GEM Detector.- FPGA based high speed DAQ systems for HEP experiments: potential challenges.- Gain uniformity of a quad-GEM detector at different gas flowrates.- Characterization of sapphire detector for CEvNS search at MINER.- Study of neutron response using time of flight technique in ISMRAN detector.- A Compact and Cost effective Data Acquisition Module (C-DAQ) for Particle physics instrumentation.
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The RAPID2021 workshop focused on a specific and contemporary research topic: detector technology and electronics for nuclear and particle physics experiments as well as applications. In the RAPID2021, we had invited lectures, overview talks and contributed presentations by the scientists and young researchers from all around the world. In this workshop the papers presented are on the new developments at different experiments (ALICE, CMS, ATLAS) at CERN, new micro-pattern gas detectors development by RD51 collaboration at CERN, development of silicon pixel sensors at CERN, detectors for FAIR facilities in Germany, low energy experiments at different facilities, new detector ideas for nuclear and particle physics experiments, developments in electronics to overcome the challenges for the future LHC experiments, and application of the detectors on medical imaging. The proceedings of the workshop are quite helpful to document the new results, technologies, and developments by different groups and well known international laboratories like CERN, GSI, and Brookhaven National Laboratory. The publication of the scientists and young researchers will definitely be the new references for future studies on the same direction. (source: Nielsen Book Data)