The section sign, §, is a typographical character for referencing individually numbered sections of a document; it is frequently used when citing sections of a legal code. It is also known as the section symbol, section mark, double-s, or silcrow.
How to use mdata file data output by mesh card in mcnp software? I converted the mdata data using gridconv.exe, but I don't know how to use the data to identify the section graph for the xyz axis? Does anyone know how it's arranged?
In the sentence "WIMP-nucleon cross sections of 1.2x10-47cm2 at 1 TeV/c2 WIMPs", there is a relationship between cross section and mass. Is there a general formula that relates the two quantities, in that if there is a certain cross section that means it will be associated with a certain mass?
Can someone please explain to me how can we obtain this integral in eq. 5.27 from eq. 5.26? I quite do not understand how is it possible to make this adjustment and why the (p_(f))^2 appeared there in the numerator and also why a solid angle appeared there suddenly.
There is a short movable section of cylinder shape in a O-ring magnetic core with DC coil, of course, there are 2 air gaps between the movable section and stator main section. My question: if rotate the movable section, is there a bunch of twisted magnetic lines?
The rotation does not change the...
As you can see from the picture, the cross section to analyze is idealized and the boom areas resulting from this are given.
For POINT A) all I did was:
for determining the shear forces, integrating the shear flows over the sides to compute the vertical and horizontal contribution of each side...
In this post [Observables][1] By Urs Schreiber he denotes the space of distributional sections in defenition 7.9 by ##\Gamma_{\Sigma}^{\prime}\left(E^*\right) ##
That is if ##u \in \Gamma_{\Sigma}^{\prime}\left(E^*\right)## than ##u## is a linear functional that takes as argument...
My function is f(x1,x2)=(x2-x1 2)2+ex1^2
I understand the equation for finding a point is xk+1=xk+αkdk, where dk=(0,1) and x0=(0,1). For the first step I can choose α1=0.618 (GR), but how do we choose α2? In the solution manual I see they chose 0.382, was this just some arbitrary number? My...
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I'm working through Jackson's book on E&M (3rd edition) and got stuck in section 3.12 on expansions of Green functions. I have three questions regarding section 3.12:
First, why is Jackson trying to find a Green function that satisfies equation 3.156? To my beginner mind, it...
What is Electromagnetic Cross Section? (shock section)
Hello, I have a question regarding the manufacturing process of electronic components in the case of the silicon deposition and corrosion process. My biggest doubt is the behavior of the plasma interacting in the reactor, I don't know if...
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I´m trying to solve the following exercice
I have done the following drawing for the cross section
and I want to know if I need to add a top view or any other additional view? (is the cross section enough)
thank you!
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Both NAND and NOR are considered to be universal gates. For example, NAND gates can be used in combination to perform the AND, OR, and inverter operations. The same could be said of NOR gate.
Then, why the digital electronics section of electronics textbooks almost always start with the...
I am having trouble with the spacing and positioning of some number line. Sorry for any format problems.
\usepackage{tikz}
\usepackage{parskip}
\subsubsection{Graphing Real Numbers on Number Line}
We can graph subsets of real numbers on the number line. The number lines continue forever...
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I know that this question might be a bit silly but I am confused about plotting a normalized differential cross section. Suppose that I have a histogram with the x-axis representing some observable X and the y-axis the number of events per bin. I want the y-axis to show the normalized...
I've been able to prove the following inequality $$\frac{2\pi\epsilon_0}{\log\left(\frac{b_1b_2}{a_1^2}\right)}\leq C \leq \frac{2\pi\epsilon_0}{\log\left(\frac{a_1a_2}{b_1^2}\right)}$$ but have no clue how to obtain exact value. Can someone check whether this inequality is correct and show how...
From the section[5.1] of 'Homogeneity and Isotropy' from General Relativity by Robert M. Wald (pages 91-92, edition 1984) whatever I have understood is that -
##\Sigma_t## is a spacelike hypersurface for some fixed time ##t##. The hypersurface is homogeneous.
The metric of whole space is ##g##...
Following is a frame carefully chosen from this drone footage. At about 0:29 into the video the drone is directly in front of one of the four faces (if you know Cairo, you will know which one) and moving from left to right. At that point I have paused and 'frame-stepped' till the moment before...
Currently my task is to count number of iterations of golden section search verus interval bisection search of a function y = x^2. Golden section search took about twice the number of iterations than interval bisection search.
If I lowered the golden ratio from 0.618 to 0.5562 , the number...
Hi there. I'm trying to solve the problem mentioned above, the thing is I'm truly lost and I don't know how to start solving this problem. Sorry if I don't have a concrete attempt at a solution. How do I derive the Feynman rules for this Lagrangian? What I think happens is that in momentum...
In the screenshots below there are the equations (11.49) and (11.53).
I don't understand how did he derive equation (11.53) from Eq.(11.49)?
From (11.49) I get: ##d\phi/dy= d\phi/du du/dy = (1/b^2-u^2+2Mu^3)^{-1/2}(1+2My)##.
It seems he neglected the ##2Mu^3## since ##Mu\ll 1##, so ##y\approx...
I couldn't fit in the title, but this is with a hollow circular cross section
So currently I am trying to figure what occurs when two, perpendicular bending moments are applied to a hollow circular cross section (one about the z axis, and the other about y). I know that if I was dealing with a...
Pretty much the title. Just some brain teasers I'm trying to figure out.
I can't think of how a cross section would come into play when it comes to axial loading. Buckling? Since the critical force for buckling is proportional to moment of inertia, so theoretically if I have a high moment of...
I'm writing a Matlab script to calculate various properties in a shock tunnel. While this might sound silly but I am not well acquainted with the subject and have very few resources to compare.
For a mach 6 test section is it reasonable to have a freestream pressure as low as 305 Pa?
I want to make some beaching legs for my 30ft, 9T yacht... these are supports either side of the yacht that keep it upright when the tide goes out and it sits on its keel without falling from one side or the other. My question is this, would it be stronger to use sguare or round tube to do this...
Greetings. I still struggle a little with the mathematics involved in the description of gauge theories in terms of fiber bundles, so please pardon and correct me if you find conceptual errors anywhere in this question. I would like to understand the connection (when it exists) between the...
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I hope I chose the right forum for my question.
So, basically, I'm doing an analysis measuring the number of signal particles in a certain momentum bin i, and doing two corrections:
Nsig, i=M*(Nmeas, i-Nbkg, i)
Here, M is a matrix covering PID correction and PID efficiencies, and...
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A cyclist, constantly driving forward, covers a distance of $80$ km in exactly $2$ hours. Show that there is a $1$-kilometer section of this journey that he covers in exactly $1.5$ minutes.
Hint: Continuity of the inverse function.
So we have to define a function $\phi...
At [01:02], this video youtu.be/qwbIu2PzCRs?t=62 shows the following picture. I'm guessing it's either Arabic or Persian. Can someone read the text and say if it gives any clues to its age and origin?
If it's even of medieval vintage, it would be pretty remarkable, implying that they may have...
The cross section for fission of U-235 is much higher for slow, thermal neutrons than for fast neutrons, for which it is similar to the geometric area.
The cross section for slow neutrons seems to decrease empirically like 1/v where v is the velocity of the neutron. What is the qualitative...
I am computing the radiation pattern for that I have to calculate the power per solid angle I found $$m( magnetic moment)=I(t)A$$ where then i took the cross product with $n=sin(\theta)cos(\phi)i+sin(\theta)sin(\phi)j+cos(\theta)k$ After that I moved towards computing the E and B which I know...
My professor gave us a formula for absorption cross section, but he said he did not remember where he found it.
The formula is given by
$$\sigma_a =\frac {1} {| \mathbf E_i|^2} \int_V k \epsilon^{''}_r | \mathbf {E} |^2 dV = k \epsilon^{''}_r |\frac 3 {\epsilon_r +2}|^2 V.$$
Where does...
I considered that the lengths of pi/4 and 3pi/4 would be in parallel:
1/R = 1/30 + 1/10
R = 7,5 ohm
But the answer is 30 ohm. Where am I missing and how do I calculate the potential of the voltmeter.
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My understanding of the Compton Effect is that maximum energy transfer to the electron takes place when the photon scattering angle is 180 degrees.
For the following please reference Evans "The Atomic Nucleus" ...
I have two 30x10mm2 Earth busbars in switchboard, both are placed on insulators, but connected through various parts of switchboard (ground terminal, rails, door, mounting plate...) What is the minimal conductor cross section allowed for connecting this two busbars directly?
I'm working on programming a particle simulation that visually shows the nuclear fusion reaction rate of deuterium at different densities and temperatures, but I'm having trouble understanding exactly how nuclear fusion cross section diagrams are supposed to be interpreted. (The simulation...
Mostly I need to clear up a few basic things about functions and their inverses, the problem seems easy enough. Ok, so for (a) I have
$$f^{-1}(f(A_0))= \left\{ f^{-1}(f(a)) | a\in A_0\right\}$$
but here I’m not certain if ##f^{-1}## is allowed to be multi-valued or not, the text says that if...
I have specific questions, but let's first give context.
Initially we have an electron with momentum ##p=(E, \vec p)## and spin state ##u_r (\vec p)## and a photon with momentum ##k=(\omega, \vec k)## and polarization state ##\epsilon_s (\vec k)##.
Finally we have ##p'=(E', \vec p')##, ##u_r'...
Determine the volume of the shaded area around the Y-axis by using the theorem of Pappus Guldinus, where value of R = 143,3 cm.
a) Determine the area of the shaded section.
b) Determine the center of gravity of the shaded section.
c) Detrmine the volume by using the theorem of Pappus Guldinus...
I am reading Tej Bahadur Singh: Elements of Topology, CRC Press, 2013 ... ... and am currently focused on Chapter 1, Section 1.4: Basis ... ...
I need help in order to fully understand some remarks by Singh just before he defines a sub-basis ... .. The relevant text reads as follows:
To try...
Hello! Is there any simple (i.e. using some physics arguments, without actually doing the math) explanation for why $$\sigma(pp \to \pi^+d)/\sigma(np\to\pi^0d)=2$$ where d is the deuteron? Thank you!
At the start of Chapter 9, M. A. Armstrong in his book, "Groups and Symmetry" (see text below) writes the following:
" ... ... Each matrix A in this group determines an invertible linear transformation f_A: \mathbb{R} \to \mathbb{R} defined by f_A(x) = x A^t ... ... "I know that one may define...
I need to visualize what the cross section is of an oval tube is at angles of 10 degrees, 20, 30 up to 60. Is there an easy way to do this online somewhere or is there a mechanical drawing trick that can be done to see this result?