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Flux Tubes in Weyl Gravity
, 1999
"... The spherically symmetric solutions in Weyl gravity interacting with U(1) or SU(2) gauge fields are examined. It is shown that these solutions are conformally equivalent to an infinite flux tube with constant (color) electric and magnetic fields. This allows us to say that Weyl gravity has in some s ..."
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The spherically symmetric solutions in Weyl gravity interacting with U(1) or SU(2) gauge fields are examined. It is shown that these solutions are conformally equivalent to an infinite flux tube with constant (color) electric and magnetic fields. This allows us to say that Weyl gravity has in some
Gravitational Flux Tubes
, 2008
"... By studying multidimensional KaluzaKlein theories, or gravity plus U(1) or SU(2) gauge fields it is shown that these theories possess similar flux tube solutions. The gauge field which fills the tube geometry of these solutions leads to a comparision with the flux tube structures in QCD. These solu ..."
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By studying multidimensional KaluzaKlein theories, or gravity plus U(1) or SU(2) gauge fields it is shown that these theories possess similar flux tube solutions. The gauge field which fills the tube geometry of these solutions leads to a comparision with the flux tube structures in QCD
Magnetoatmospheric Oscillations in Flux tubes
"... The present investigation is a continuation of earlier work by Hasan & ChristensenDalsgaard (1992) and Banerjee, Hasan & ChristensenDalsgaard (1995), who has examined the effects of a weak vertical magnetic field on the normal adiabatic modes of an isothermal atmosphere by combining a semi ..."
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coupling the eigenfrequencies in these regions become complex. We present here the consequences of mode coupling in such regions, which could be relevant for sunspots and more generally for stratified flux tubes. 1 INTRODUCTION The detection of oscillations in magnetic elements has led to the development
Colored flux tube in the Euclidean spacetime
"... The flux tube solution in the Euclidean spacetime with the color longitudinal electric field in the SU(2) Yang Mills Higgs theory with broken gauge symmetry is found. Some arguments is given that this flux tube is a pure quantum object in the SU(3) quantum theory reduced to the SU(2) Yang ..."
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The flux tube solution in the Euclidean spacetime with the color longitudinal electric field in the SU(2) Yang Mills Higgs theory with broken gauge symmetry is found. Some arguments is given that this flux tube is a pure quantum object in the SU(3) quantum theory reduced to the SU(2) Yang
Flux tube dynamics in the dual superconductor
"... We have studied plasma oscillations in a flux tube created in a dual superconductor. Starting from a static flux tube configuration, with electric charges at either end, we release a fluid of electric charges in the system that accelerate and screen the electric field. The weakening of the electric ..."
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We have studied plasma oscillations in a flux tube created in a dual superconductor. Starting from a static flux tube configuration, with electric charges at either end, we release a fluid of electric charges in the system that accelerate and screen the electric field. The weakening of the electric
Flux Tube Dynamics in the Dual Superconductor
"... INTRODUCTION 't Hooft [1] and Mandelstam [2] proposed long ago that quark confinement in QCD would come about as the result of the confinement of color electric flux into flux tubes, and that such flux tubes would form in a dual superconductor. One possible pathway to formation of this dual su ..."
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INTRODUCTION 't Hooft [1] and Mandelstam [2] proposed long ago that quark confinement in QCD would come about as the result of the confinement of color electric flux into flux tubes, and that such flux tubes would form in a dual superconductor. One possible pathway to formation of this dual
The Structure of Fluxtubes in SU(2)
, 1996
"... The spatial distribution of the action and energy in the colour fields of fluxtubes is studied in lattice SU(2) field theory for static quarks at separations up to 1 fm. Special attention is paid to the structure of the colour fields associated with an excited fluxtube with Eu symmetry. We compare ..."
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The spatial distribution of the action and energy in the colour fields of fluxtubes is studied in lattice SU(2) field theory for static quarks at separations up to 1 fm. Special attention is paid to the structure of the colour fields associated with an excited fluxtube with Eu symmetry. We
TOPOLOGICALLY STABLE ELECTROWEAK FLUX TUBES
, 1993
"... We show that for a large range of parameters in a SU(2)L × U(1) electroweak theory with two Higgs doublets there may exist classically stable flux tubes of Z boson magnetic field. In a limit of an extra global Ũ(1) symmetry, these fluxtubes become topologically stable. These results are automatical ..."
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We show that for a large range of parameters in a SU(2)L × U(1) electroweak theory with two Higgs doublets there may exist classically stable flux tubes of Z boson magnetic field. In a limit of an extra global Ũ(1) symmetry, these fluxtubes become topologically stable. These results
Finite Magnetic Flux Tube As A
 Black And White Dihole,” Phys. Lett. B
, 1994
"... grqc/9408006 A finitelength magnetic vortex line solution is derived within the context of (4dim) dilaton gravity. We approach the Bonnor metric at the EinsteinMaxwell limit, and encounter the ”flux tube as (Euclidean) Kerr horizon ” at the KaluzaKlein level. Exclusively for string theory, the m ..."
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grqc/9408006 A finitelength magnetic vortex line solution is derived within the context of (4dim) dilaton gravity. We approach the Bonnor metric at the EinsteinMaxwell limit, and encounter the ”flux tube as (Euclidean) Kerr horizon ” at the KaluzaKlein level. Exclusively for string theory
1 MODELLING FLUX TUBE DYNAMICS
, 2002
"... Over the last few years, numerical models of the behavior of solar magnetic flux tubes have gone from using methods that were essentially onedimensional (i.e. the thin flux tube approximation), over more or less idealized twodimensional simulations, to becoming ever more realistic threedimensiona ..."
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Over the last few years, numerical models of the behavior of solar magnetic flux tubes have gone from using methods that were essentially onedimensional (i.e. the thin flux tube approximation), over more or less idealized twodimensional simulations, to becoming ever more realistic three
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