Special topics in strong inteactions.

Koca, Mehmet


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Derivation of the parallel PIC/MCC numerical code and its application to the kinetic analysis of photoresonance plasma and the problem of identification of impurities within the PLES method
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1d3v Particle in Cell/Monte Carlo Collision (PIC/MCC) code for numerical simulations of gas discharge plasma was developed. The efficiency of the code was increased by its parallelization using Open MPI. In order to verify the applicability of the code, the benchmark tests were performed under the RF capacitively coupled discharge conditions. The effects of the particle weighting and the Courant number on the computed plasma properties were examined and the convergence of the numerical method with respect t...
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Antineutrino charm production and pentaquark search in the chorus experiment
Köse, Umut; Güler, Ali Murat; Department of Physics (2006)
During the years between 1994 and 1997, the emulsion target of the CHORUS experiment was exposed to the wide band neutrino beam of the CERN SPS of 27 GeV average energy collecting about 106 neutrino interactions. A measurement of induced charm production and search for anticharmed pentaquark ( 0 c ) have been performed by using the presence of a 6% component in the beam. By requiring a positive muon charge as determined by the CHORUS muon spectrometer, 46 -induced charm events were observed with ...
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This doctoral study consists of two parts. In the first part, the quantum statistical effects on the formation process of the heavy ion fusion reactions have been investigated by using the c-number quantum Langevin equation approach. It has been shown that the quantum effects enhance the over-passing probability at low temperatures. In the second part, we have developed a simulation technique for the quantum noises which can be approximated by two-term exponential colored noise.
Citation Formats
M. Koca, “Special topics in strong inteactions.,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1971.