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Electromagnetic processes induced by electron scattering off few-nucleon systems are theoretically investigated in the non-relativistic formalism. Non-relativistic one-body nuclear current operators are used with a parametrization of nucleon electromagnetic form factors based on recent experimental nucleon scattering data. Electromagnetic form factors of three-nucleon and four-nucleon systems are calculated from elastic electron-nucleus scattering information. Nuclear response functions used in the determination of differential cross sections for inclusive and exclusive quasi-elastic electron-nucleon scattering from the 4He nucleus are also calculated. Final-state interactions in the quasi-elastic nucleon knockout process are explicitly taken into account using the Glauber approximation. The sensitivity of the response function...
Comment: 6 pages, latex, no PS-figures, Talk given at the International Workshop on Exciting Physics with New Accelerators Facilities (EXPAF97), SPring8, Aioi, Japan, March 11-13, 1997
Comment: 21K, RevTeX, 9 pages, no figures, to appear in FBS Suppl
Comment: 31K,RevTex, 9 pages, 1 Tex-pseudofigure, no postscript files, submitted to Phys.Rev.C Rapid Comm
This paper compares a finite element solution of a modified Reynolds equation with a finite difference solution of the Navier-Stokes equation for a power law fluid. Both the finite element and finite difference formulation are reviewed. Solutions to spiral flow in parallel and conical geometries are compared. Comparison with experimental results are also given. The effects of the assumptions used in the Reynolds equation are discussed.
Some preliminary brush seal leakage results for ambient-temperature air are presented. Data for four nominal brush-rotor radial clearances of -0.09, -0.048, -0.008, and 0.035 mm were taken by using a tapered plug rotor at 0 and 400 rpm with rotor runout of 0.127 mm peak to peak. The brush seal nominal bore diameter was 38 mm with 0.05-mm bristles at 200 bristles/mm of circumference and a 0.61-mm fence height. Leakages were greater than predicted, but agreement was reasonable. Leakage rates were not significantly altered by hysteresis or inlet flow variations. Visualization studies showed that the bristles followed the 400-rpm excitation, and loading studies indicated that bristles slid relative to one another.
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