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  • Static, non-SUSY $p$-branes in diverse dimensions

    Lu, J. X.; Roy, S. (2004)
    We give explicit constructions of static, non-supersymmetric $p$-brane (for $p \leq d-4$, where $d$ is the space-time dimensionality and including $p=-1$ or D-instanton) solutions of type II supergravities in diverse dimensions. A subclass of these are the static counterpart of the time dependent solutions obtained in [hep-th/0309202]. Depending on the forms of the non-extremality function $G(r)$ defined in the text, we discuss various possible solutions and their region of validity. We show ...

    Coulomb-assisted $\bm\Sigma^-$-nucleus bound states in the ($K^-$, $\pi^+$) reaction

    Harada, Toru; Hirabayashi, Yoshiharu (2009)
    We study a production of Coulomb-assisted $\Sigma^-$-nucleus bound states by nuclear ($K^-$, $\pi^+$) reactions within a distorted-wave impulse approximation, so as to examine several types of the $\Sigma$-nucleus potentials that are consistent with the available $\Sigma^-$ atomic X-ray data and nuclear ($\pi^-$, $K^+$) data. We theoretically demonstrate the inclusive ($K^-$, $\pi^+$) spectra of the $\Sigma^-$ unstable bound states on $^{28}$Si, $^{58}$Ni, and $^{208}$Pb targets at incident $...

    Measure-valued solutions to nonlocal transport equations on networks

    Camilli, Fabio; De Maio, Raul; Tosin, Andrea (2017)
    We study a nonlinear transport equation defined on an oriented network where the velocity field depends not only on the state variable, but also on the solution itself. We prove existence, uniqueness and continuous dependence results for the solution of the problem intended in a suitable measure-theoretic sense. We also provide a representation formula in terms of the push-forward of the initial and boundary data along the network and discuss an example of nonlocal velocity field fitting our ...

    Electroweak phase transitions in the MSSM with an extra $U(1)'$

    Ham, S. W.; Yoo, E. J.; OH, S. K. (2007)
    We investigate the possibility of electroweak phase transition in the minimal supersymmetric standard model (MSSM) with an extra $U(1)'$. This model has two Higgs doublets and a singlet, in addition to a singlet exotic quark superfield. We find that at the one-loop level this model may accommodate the electroweak phase transitions that are strongly first-order in a reasonably large region of the parameter space. In the parameter region where the phase transitions take place, we observe that t...

    Probing Individual Star Forming Regions Within Strongly Lensed Galaxies at z > 1

    Bayliss, Matthew B.; Rigby, Jane R.; Sharon, Keren; Gladders, Michael D.; Wuyts, Eva (2014)
    Projects: NSF | Collaborative Research: Optical Confirmation, Redshifts, and Richness for Galaxy Clusters Discovered with the South Pole Telescope (1009012)
    Star formation occurs on physical scales corresponding to individual star forming regions, typically of order ~100 parsecs in size, but current observational facilities cannot resolve these scales within field galaxies beyond the local universe. However, the magnification from strong gravitational lensing allows us to measure the properties of these discrete star forming regions within galaxies in the distant universe. New results from multi-wavelength spectroscopic studies of a sample of ext...
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