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Clusters of Cavity Solitons Bounded by Conical Radiation

Carles Milián, Yaroslav V. Kartashov, Dmitry V. Skryabin, Lluis Torner
2018 Physical Review Letters  
The clusters are intrinsically two-dimensional and, also, spatially rich. The mechanism behind the formation of the clusters is explained using soliton clustering theory.  ...  We introduce a new class of self-sustained states, which may exist as single solitons or form multisoliton clusters, in driven passive cylindrical microresonators.  ...  into helices, leading to transport of light along the cylinder's axis.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevlett.121.103903 pmid:30240261 fatcat:ckwo76ldzve3nprnatk65f6hay

Numerical characterization and modeling of particle clustering in wall-bounded vertical risers

Jesse Capecelatro, Perrine Pepiot, Olivier Desjardins
2014 Chemical Engineering Journal  
A structure tracking algorithm akin to particle image velocimetry is used to accumulate statistics on individual clusters.  ...  The probability distribution function of solid concentration and radial distribution function provide insight on the degree of clustering and the characteristic cluster length scale.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Michel Louge for providing useful insights and lively discussions on particle clustering in gas-solid flows.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cej.2014.02.040 fatcat:v7x5kog2lba2ra5bq6s6x7mbva

The Fate of Iron in The Organism and Its Regulatory Pathways

Přemysl Mladěnka, Radomír Hrdina, Mojmír Hübl, Tomáš Šimůnek
2005 Acta Medica  
On contrary, the complex control of iron absorption cannot be fully explicated with present knowledge.  ...  Conclusion This review attempted to shed light on the fate of iron in the organism. Because the topic is large, it was necessary to omit willfully some important tasks.  ...  While there is quite a good knowledge of iron storage compounds, there is little familiarity concerning iron transport into mitochondria. A protein named frataxin could play some role.  ... 
doi:10.14712/18059694.2018.40 fatcat:ei7bqzatnnbcbcyecfkqpzpbfm

Artificial Photosynthesis

Gion Calzaferri
2009 Topics in catalysis  
The focus of this article is on artificial photonic antenna systems and on photocatalytically active layers that have been built by incorporating organic dyes, complexes, metal cations and clusters into  ...  These new light-harvesting materials offer unique possibilities as building blocks for solarenergy conversion devices.  ...  Both have been found to be very useful for designing and understanding organized systems based on nanochannel materials [3, 4] , [6] , [40] [41] [42] , [44] [45] [46] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11244-009-9424-9 fatcat:zlxqgenfenaytbyeh3srkso3gi

Nucleation in physical and nonphysical systems

R. Mahnke, J. Kaupužs, V. Frishfelds
2003 Atmospheric research  
We investigate the well-known example of condensation (formation of liquid droplets) in an undercooled vapour to conclude that the formation of bound states as a phase transition is related to transportation  ...  Depending on the system under consideration and its control parameters, the cluster formation in a supersaturated (metastable or unstable) situation has been observed in nucleation physics as well as in  ...  The relaxation to a one-big-cluster-state as the equilibrium situation is a searching process on the energy landscape to find a minimum in a very high dimensional situation. 4.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0169-8095(02)00153-9 fatcat:km44ddfwsbdnplvdf56ktoxnie

Composition of Nuclear Matter with Light Clusters and Bose–Einstein Condensation of $$\alpha $$ α Particles

Xin-Hui Wu, Si-Bo Wang, Armen Sedrakian, Gerd Röpke
2017 Journal of Low Temperature Physics  
We consider the cases of matter composed of light clusters with mass numbers A≤ 4 and matter that in addition these clusters contains [56]Fe nuclei.  ...  We apply the quasiparticle gas model which treats clusters as bound states with infinite life-time and binding energies independent of temperature and density.  ...  low-density nuclear matter [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10909-017-1795-x fatcat:nybz6zcejbetdkpl7za23wzxpq

Multi-paradigm multi-scale simulations for fuel cell catalysts and membranes

W. Goddard, B. Merinov, A. van Duin, T. Jacob, M. Blanco, V. Molinero, S.S. Jang, Y.H. Jang
2006 Molecular Simulation  
surface cluster and reactions, to find the smallest suitable cluster [7] .  ...  We find that atomic oxygen is most strongly bound at the m 3 -fcc position, while molecular O 2 prefers the bridge site.  ... 
doi:10.1080/08927020600599709 fatcat:jw5icf7pend5jczsweokbldy7y

Fragment formation in central heavy ion collisions at relativistic energies

E. Santini, T. Gaitanos, M. Colonna, M. Di Toro
2005 Nuclear Physics A  
The theoretical calculations are based on a Relativistic Boltzmann-Uehling-Uhlenbeck (RBUU) transport equation including stochastic effects.  ...  We find an excellent agreement between theory and experiment in almost all the cases and, on the other hand, some limitations of the simple coalescence model.  ...  Fig.8 shows the mass distributions of Z = 3, 4 fragments at different times as indicated.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.nuclphysa.2005.04.010 fatcat:wk3llsn2yjhpde4tser5icykd4

Dynamical cluster and hypernuclei production in heavy-ion collisions

Susanne Gläßel, Viktar Kireyeu, Vadim Voronyuk, Jörg Aichelin, Christoph Blume, Elena Bratkovskaya, Gabriele Coci, Vadim Kolesnikov, Michael Winn, G. David, P. Garg, A. Kalweit (+4 others)
2022 EPJ Web of Conferences  
We study light cluster and hypernuclei production in heavy-ion collisions from SIS to RHIC energies based on the n-body dynamical transport approach PHQMD (Parton-Hadron-Quantum-Molecular-Dynamics).  ...  The clusters are identified by the MST (Minimum Spanning Tree) or the SACA ('Simulated Annealing Cluster Algorithm') algorithm which finds the most-bound configuration of nucleons and clusters.  ...  The clusters have been observed experimentally at midrapidity from SIS up to LHC energies (cf. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] ).  ... 
doi:10.1051/epjconf/202225911003 fatcat:o2kliyjwazfchi7fwv2htljulu

The network of the Italian stock market during the 2008–2011 financial crises

Paolo Coletti, Maurizio Murgia
2017 Algorithmic Finance  
other ones into a very large cluster, dominated by financial institutions (commercial banks and insurance companies).  ...  We find a general contraction of the network during the crises, both numerically due to stronger correlation as well as topologically, with the appearance of central dominant companies which attract the  ...  From the degrees' distribution, we immediately observe that during the crises the number of degree 1 nodes increases from 113 to 134, consequently reducing the amount of 2, 3, 4 and 5-degree nodes, as  ... 
doi:10.3233/af-160177 dblp:journals/af/ColettiM16 fatcat:seqsoeqtojbuzbvykporetybda

Equivalent hydraulic conductivity of three-dimensional heterogeneous porous media: An upscaling study based on an experimental stratigraphy

Ye Zhang, Carl W. Gable, Ben Sheets
2010 Journal of Hydrology  
The impact of variance on both upscaled conductivity and three fluid flow connectivity factors was assessed.  ...  variance, which can result in flow channeling in the lateral direction and increasing global anisotropy ratios of the equivalent conductivity, and (4) geometric connectivity, as analyzed by a percolation cluster  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to Jim Mullin and Chris Ellis for the indispensable technical assistance with the sediment transport experiment.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jhydrol.2010.05.009 fatcat:33k7qverlzajrmrfunv634ts5y

The magnetic structure of sunspots and starspots

S.K. Solanki
2002 Astronomical Notes - Astronomische Nachrichten  
It is pointed out that if the properties of sunspots are extrapolated to giant spots on rapidly rotating stars then the observed signature can be at least qualitatively explained.  ...  The factor of 3-4 larger penumbral area relative to umbral area (seen for sunspots) also enhances the penumbral contribution. 5.  ...  The fact that is so large at the white-light boundary suggests that sunspots are bounded by a current sheet (Solanki & Schmidt 1993) , although the raggedness of the sunspot boundary in white-light images  ... 
doi:10.1002/1521-3994(200208)323:3/4<165::aid-asna165>;2-u fatcat:ksyincudgnc5vjfxvaaunb4zpy

Analysis of climate policy targets under uncertainty

Mort Webster, Andrei P. Sokolov, John M. Reilly, Chris E. Forest, Sergey Paltsev, Adam Schlosser, Chien Wang, David Kicklighter, Marcus Sarofim, Jerry Melillo, Ronald G. Prinn, Henry D. Jacoby
2011 Climatic Change  
I find that onshore pipeline transport and storage costs vary from $4 to 45/tCO 2 depending on key sources of variability including transport distance, scale (i.e. quantity of CO 2 transported and stored  ...  This paper assesses the range of CO 2 transport and storage costs and evaluates their impact on economywide modelling results of decarbonization pathways.  ...  4 Table 11 . 11 Regional inputs for CO 2 transport and storage costs for the CCS Networks and Clusters Case.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10584-011-0260-0 fatcat:6k24ovp3ezhmvj4wrp2oi3feti

Coherent dynamics on hierarchical systems

Alexander Blumen, Veronika Bierbaum, Oliver Mülken
2006 Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications  
We succeed in finding a good lower bound for the (space) average of the quantum mechanical probability to be still or again at the initial site.  ...  We find that the transport depends strongly on the initial site of the excitation. For systems of sizes N<21, we find that processes which start at central sites are nearly recurrent.  ...  For instance, for N = 21, with an excitation starting at node 1, there are 6 different clusters, namely node 1 forms one cluster and the nodes {2, 3}, {4, 5}, {6, 7, 8, 9}, {10, 11, 12, 13}, and {14, ·  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.physa.2006.04.078 fatcat:jrisuehdrffozgxrirah56lhjy

Parton-Hadron-Quantum-Molecular Dynamics (PHQMD) – A Novel Microscopic N-Body Transport Approach for Heavy-Ion Collisions, Dynamical Cluster Formation and Hypernuclei Production [article]

J. Aichelin, E. Bratkovskaya, A. Le Fevre, V. Kireyeu, V. Kolesnikov, Y. Leifels, V. Voronyuk, G. Coci
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We find a good description of the 'bulk' dynamics which allows us to proceed with the results on cluster production, including hypernuclei.  ...  The clusters are identified by the MST (Minimum Spanning Tree) or the SACA ('Simulated Annealing Cluster Algorithm') algorithm which finds the most bound configuration of nucleons and clusters.  ...  The ALADIN collaboration has also measured the mul- tiplicity of clusters of a given charge Z (Z = 3, 4, 5, 7, 10) as a function of Z bound 2 .  ... 
arXiv:1907.03860v3 fatcat:5jkgfdi4nbgepoostuegk6226m
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