Classical dynamics of 1-dimensional extended objects

Yüce, Cem


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A classical density functional formalism has been developed to predict the position-orientation number density of structured fluids. It is applied to the liquid-vapor interface of pure water, where it consists of a classical term, a gradient correction, and an anisotropic term that yields order through density gradients. The model is calibrated to predict that water molecules have their dipole moments almost parallel to a planar interface, while the molecular plane is parallel to it on the liquid side and p...
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The classical double copy idea relates some solutions of Einstein's theory with those of gauge and scalar field theories. We study the Kerr-Schild-Kundt (KSK) class of metrics in d dimensions in the context of possible new examples of this idea. We first show that it is possible to solve the Einstein-Yang-Mills system exactly using the solutions of a Klein-Gordon-type scalar equation when the metric is the pp-wave metric, which is the simplest member of the KSK class. In the more general KSK class, the solu...
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Choi, Jeong Ryeol; Kim, Daeyeoul; Menouar, Salah; Sever, Ramazan; Abdalla, M. Sebawe (2016-01-01)
BACKGROUND: Propagation of photon signals in biological systems, such as neurons, accompanies the production of biophotons. The role of biophotons in a cell deserves special attention because it can be applied to diverse optical systems.
Citation Formats
C. Yüce, “Classical dynamics of 1-dimensional extended objects,” Middle East Technical University, 2002.