Abundances of the Elements in the
Earth's Crust
Element
Index
Approximate
% by weight
Oxygen
Silicon
Aluminum
Iron
Calcium
Sodium
Potassium
Magnesium
All others
Given the abundance of oxygen and silicon in
the crust, it should not be surprising that the
m
The Story of Star Birth
Shantanu Basu
University of Western Ontario
CAP Lecture, UWO, April 2, 2003
Understanding our Origins
The Galaxy
Molecular Clouds
Giant Molecular
Cloud in Orion
Infrared view
Disorderly
Complex
Nonlinear
From IRAS satellite
Molecul
Chapter 5
Active Mode Locking
For simplicity, we assume, that the laser operates in the transverse fundamental modes and, therefore, we only have to treat the longitudinal modes of the
laser similar to a simple plane parallel Fabry-Perot resonator (Figure
Isothermal process on p-V, T-V, and p-T diagrams
isothermal T = T0 = constant
a = (p1, V1, T0)
b = (p2, V2, T0)
pV = nRT0
p
p1
T
p
a
T0
p2
W
V1
Q
T0
V
nRT0
p(V) =
V
PHYS 1101, Winter 2009, Prof. Clarke
a
p2
b
b
a
b
V2
p1
V1
V2
T(V) = T0
V
T0
T
p(T) = mult
Chapter 4
Laser Dynamics (single-mode)
Before we start to look into the dynamics of a multi-mode laser, we should
recall the technically important regimes of operation of a single-mode laser.
The term single-mode is set in apostrophes, since it doesnt hav
Chapter 6
Passive Modelocking
As we have seen in chapter 5 the pulse width in an actively modelocked laser
is inverse proportional to the fourth root of the curvature in the loss modulation. In active modelocking one is limited to the speed of electronic
Asymptotics of integrals of Hermite polynomials
R. B. Paris
Division of Complex Systems,
University of Abertay Dundee, Dundee DD1 1HG, UK
Abstract
Integrals involving products of Hermite polynomials with the weight
factor exp (x2 ) over the interval (, )
School of Physics and Astronomy
Junior Honours Thermodynamics
GJA 2015-2016
Lecture TOPIC 10 (Finn: 6.1, 6.2, 6.3, 6.4, 6.5, 6.6, 6.8, 6.9)
Synopsis: The thermodynamic potentials: internal energy U , enthalpy H, Helmholtz function
F and the Gibbs function
5/26/2015
Stokes' theorem examples - Math Insight
MathInsight
Stokes'theoremexamples
Stokes' theorem relates a surface integral of a the curl of the vector field to a line integral of the vector field
around the boundary of the surface. After reviewing th
Adjoint Based Uncertainty Quantification and Sensitivity
Analysis for Nuclear Thermal-Fluids Codes
by
Timothy J. Drzewiecki
A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment
of the requirements for the degree of
Doctor of Philosophy
(Nuclear Engineering and
Drift-Diffusion Charge Control
Program User Manual
For version 2. 10 and later
- Modified 3/20/2013
Edited by Yuh-Renn Wu
Running the program
In the command line of MS-DOS
Type (windows 64 bit)
ddcc-win64.exe inputfilename.inp
(windows 32 bit) type
ddcc