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  • Spin E ects Near the Superconductor-Insulator Transition

    Spin E ects Near the Superconductor-Insulator Transition P.W. Adams Department of Physics and Astronomy Louisiana State University ... met for one to probe spin e ects in thin disordered lms. First, the lm must have ... Zeeman splitting from an applied magnetic eld. If a lm is very thin, i.e. thinner than ...


  • Soret and Dufour e ects on an MHD free convective ow ...

    In general, the Soret and Dufour e ects are of a smaller order of magnitude than the e ects described in Fourier's or Fick's law and are often neglected in heat and mass transfer processes. Though these e ects ... i.e. the applied magnetic eld is not too strong. Consequently, the e ect of the induced magnetic eld may be neglected. (iv) The ...


  • Magnetic Field E ects on the 1083 nm Atomic Line of Helium

    of magnetic eld e ects on the 1083 nm transition lines. In this article we reporton a detailed study of the e ect of an applied magnetic eld on the structure of the 23Sand 2 3P atomic levels, both in He and 4He. In the theoreti-cal section we rst present results obtained using a simple e ective Hamiltonian and discuss the accuracy of com-


  • J. Fluid Mech. (2014), . 742, doi:10.1017/jfm.2014.11 E ...

    E˙ects of magnetic ˝eld on the turbulent wake of a cylinder in free-surface magnetohydrodynamic channel ˛ow John R. Rhoads1,†, Eric M. Edlund2 and Hantao Ji1,2 ... in a duct geometry with an applied magnetic field parallel to the axis of the cylinder.


  • E ects of a Capacitively-Coupled Ground Plane on ...

    E↵ects of a Capacitively-Coupled Ground Plane on Nanohoneycomb Thin Films near the Insulator-Superconductor Transition Alexander Levine Advisor: James Valles, Jr. May 2016 1 Introduction Numerous materials exhibit superconductivity, a state of zero measurable resis-tivity and perfect diamagnetism, when cooled below a superconducting transi-


  • Quadrupole E ects on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Gyroscopes

    3 · Quadrupole E ects on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Gyroscopes Yue Chang,1,2, Shunag-Ai Wan, 1,2and Jie Qin 1Beijing Automation Control Equipment Institute, Beijing 100074, China 2Quantum Technology R&D Center of China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation, Beijing 100074, China Nuclear magnetic resonance gyroscopes that detect rotation as a shift in the precession frequency


  • Unsteady double-di usive natural convection with Soret and ...

    uence of SD-e ects as well as the external magnetic eld on double-di usive convection in a two-sided lid-driven skewed enclosure. Furthermore, the e ects of the mentioned features, i.e. Lewis number and buoyancy ratio, on the double-di usive convection with extra heat and mass di usions are also examined and discussed to add a view to the ...


  • Chapter 12

    emphasis on applied elds (rather than average Maxwell elds within matter) results in thermodynamic relations somewhat di erent from Eqs.12.11 - 12.17 above. Again focusing on magnetic e ects, in the absence of internal magnetic interactions, quasi-static magnetic work done by the system is [see Eq.12.54 in Appendix G], d−WM QS =−B 0 ⋅ dM ...


  • Inertial e ects in the rotationally driven melt motion ...

    e ects are not negligible inside the interior layer. Here, unlike reference [12], we consider the inertial e ects on an unsteady, rotationally driven melt motion in the presence of a uniform axial magnetic eld. Buoyancy and thermocapillary convection are neglected, …


  • E ects of Ru Addition on the Superconducting Properties of ...

    E ects of Ru Addition on the Superconducting Properties ... vs. applied magnetic eld dependences, at 20 K, in Fig. 1, which were measured on the samples of the rst set only. The results of the detailed study of magnetic properties of EuBa 2Cu 3 xRu xO 7 compounds will be published in


  • E ects of Electron-Vibron Coupling in Fe Single-Molecule ...

    E ects of Electron-Vibron Coupling in Fe 4 ... Current is induced by a symmetrically applied bias voltage, V b. Additionally, not shown here is a third terminal which ... a mixing of oppositely oriented magnetic states, giving rise to an e ect known as macroscopic magnetic …


  • An investigation into the e ects of applied magnetic eld ...

    An investigation into the e ects of applied magnetic eld during Zn vacuum thermal evaporation on ZnO nanostructures Z.S. Jahanshah Rad and R. Afzalzadeh Faculty of Physics, K. N. Toosi University of Technology, Tehran, P.O. Box 1541849611, Iran.


  • (PDF) Non Local E ects in Window Type Josephson Junctions ...

    Non Local E ects in Window Type Josephson Junctions. ... The static properties of these devices, which are characterised by the maximum critical current Imax versus the applied magnetic eld H curve, are also strongly a ected. As the extension of the idle region w0 increases, the Imax also increases, until it reaches a limiting value. Also, the ...


  • Similarity Analysis of Magnetic Field and Thermal ...

    Similarity Analysis of Magnetic Field and Thermal Radiation E ects on Forced Convection Flow Rebhi A. DAMSEH Al-Balqa Applied University, Al-Huson University College, Mechanical Engineering Department, P.O. Box (50), Irbid-JORDAN ... with the presence of a magnetic eld e ect. In the present report, the speci c problem se- ...


  • Silica Doped Nanopolyaniline with Endured Electrochemical ...

    endure harsh environments, i.e., high temperatures and strong acids/bases.45 So far, the incorporation of silica into PANI used as supercapacitors has been rarely explored or reported in the literature.46 Besides, inspired by the changes of electron spin energy states in an applied magnetic field,47 different electro-


  • Similarity Transformation Analysis of Heat and Mass ...

    ductions for problems of radiative and magnetic eld e ects on free convection and mass-transfer ow past a semi-in nite at plate. They obtained new sim-ilarity reductions and found an analytical solution for the uniform magnetic eld by using Lie group method. They also presented the numerical results for the non-uniform magnetic eld.


  • Planar Hall e ect in Weyl semimetal GdPtBi

    Hall e ects, we draw schematic diagrams in which the voltage and current contacts are in the same con gura-tion for both measurements but they di er in the direc-tion of applied magnetic eld,B. Upper panel of Fig 3(a) shows the schematic diagram for usual Hall e …


  • Spin-orbit coupling e ects on electrons, crystal eld e ...

    the e ects of thermally induced 'local moment' uctuations [10]. The e ects of spin-orbit coupling upon the exchange interactions within small clusters of magnetic atoms deposited on substrates or between magnetic impurities embedded in a non-magnetic host will be described next [11]. This will enable the RKKY interaction to be revisited and ...


  • Magnetic Inclination E Ects In Star-Planet Magnetic ...

    We carry out three-dimensional magneto-hydrodynamic simulations of close-in star-planet systems to characterize the e ect of the inclination of the planetary magnetic eld on the star-planet magnetic interaction. We parametrize this e ect in scaling laws depending on the star, planet, and stellar wind properties that can be applied to any ...


  • Roughness e ects on magnetic properties of thin

    Roughness e!ects on magnetic properties of thin "lms G. Palasantzas!,*, Y.-P. Zhao", J.Th.M. De Hosson!, G.-C. Wang"!Department of Applied Physics and Materials Science Center, Netherlands Institute for Metals Research, University of Groningen, Nijenborgh 4, 9747 AG Groningen, The Netherlands ... focus on roughness e!ects on the demagnetising ...


  • Quasi-one-dimensional particle-in-cell simulation of ...

    the high magnetic eld region in the the same direction as the expansion. The potential structure must now balance both the thermal expansion of the electrons and the magnetic eld forces on the electrons. A strong electric eld, stronger than without the magnetic eld e ects, develops due to this magnetic- eld-driven electron expansion.


  • Ferromagnetic Shape Memory E ects in an Iron Palladium Alloy

    Ferromagnetic Shape Memory E ects in an Iron Palladium Alloy J. Cuiy, T. W. Shieldz, and R. D. Jamesz yDepartment of Materials Science and Engineering University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742 zDepartment of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics ... The applied magnetic eld is h0, ...


  • E ects of Short-Term Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic ...

    However, little is known about the e ects of P300 latency following low-frequency and short-term mag-netic stimulation (e.g., 100 magnetic pulses at 1.0 or 0.5 Hz) using rTMS. Thus, in the present study, we analyzed the e ects of rTMS (at 1.0 and 0.5 Hz) in the left-right SMG and DLPFC.


  • Scaling of Efficiency with Applied Magnetic Field in ...

    The e ciency was found to increase with applied magnetic eld for all current and mass ow rate values and the enhancement of the e ciency by the applied magnetic eld was found to be greater when ...


  • E ects of 3D Magnetic Perturbations on Toroidal Plasmas

    E ects of 3D Magnetic Perturbations on Toroidal Plasmas J.D. Callen, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 53706-1609 USA, [email protected] Abstract. Small 3D magnetic perturbations have many interesting and useful e ects on tokamak and quasi-symmetric stellarator plasmas. Plasma transport equations that include these e ects, most


  • Three-Dimensional Magnetic Mapping using ...

    Three-Dimensional Magnetic Mapping using Electromagnetically Induced Transparency and the E ects of Retro-re ected Light on EIT Jacob A. Fry Advisor: Irina Novikova The College of William and Mary Senior Thesis April, 13 2012 Abstract The objective of this project is …


  • Vladimir N. Binhi Frank S. Prato arXiv:1802.02903v1 ...

    ular rotations explain nonspeci c magnetic e ects and leads to magnetic eld-dependences that are in good agreement with the experiment. Keywords: hypomagnetic eld, magnetic moment precession, magnetoreception, radical pair mechanism, gene expression Introduction A large number of di erent biological e ects can be observed at weak magnetic


  • Clustering e ects on the heating performance of magnetic ...

    Clustering e ects on the heating performance of magnetic nanoparticles Author: Oriol Peraire Tubau Facultat de F sica, Universitat de Barcelona, Diagonal 645, 08028 Barcelona, Spain. ... well as the applied magnetic eld can be tuned in order to get the maximum delivered heat power.


  • E ects of the Zhang-Li Torque on Magnetic Droplet Solitons

    E ects of the Zhang-Li Torque on Magnetic Droplet Solitons Author: Jan Albert Iglesias ... Additionally, we will neglect the Hall e ect produced by the applied magnetic eld B~. Therefore, the system gets simpli ed to what is shown in Fig. 3, an in nite metallic layer set between two electrical contacts


  • Thermal radiation and chemical reaction e ects on ...

    A uniform magnetic eld B0 is applied normal to the plate. The governing nonlinear partial ... The aim of this investigation is to consider the e ects of transverse magnetic eld, radiation, and rst-order chemical reaction on the free convection heat and mass transfer along a vertical plate with non-uniform