### Table 3: Total energy deposition in kW in the decay pipe steel and the con- crete surrounding the decay pipe. Results are shown for simulations of: (1) the baseline low energy beam (PH2L), (2) the baseline low-energy beam including a perfectly aligned hadronic hose (HH), (3) low-energy beam including a hadronic hose aligned to 2 mm rms, (4) the low-energy beam with beam plug (BP) option, (5) the low-energy beam with beam plug option and a perfectly aligned hadronic hose, (6) low-energy with beam plug option including a hadronic hose aligned to 2 mm rms, (7) baseline medium-energy beam (PH2M), (8) medium-energy beam with perfectly aligned hadronic hose, (9) medium-energy beam with hadronic hose aligned to 2 mm rms.

### Table 3: Total energy deposition in kW in the decay pipe steel and the con- crete surrounding the decay pipe. Results are shown for simulations of: (1) the baseline low energy beam (PH2L), (2) the baseline low-energy beam including a perfectly aligned hadronic hose (HH), (3) low-energy beam including a hadronic hose aligned to 2 mm rms, (4) the low-energy beam with beam plug (BP) option, (5) the low-energy beam with beam plug option and a perfectly aligned hadronic hose, (6) low-energy with beam plug option including a hadronic hose aligned to 2 mm rms, (7) baseline medium-energy beam (PH2M), (8) medium-energy beam with perfectly aligned hadronic hose, (9) medium-energy beam with hadronic hose aligned to 2 mm rms.

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### Table IV. Enclosures for the double pendulum model, low-energy case.

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### Table 5: Low-Energy Collection-Linac Parameters.

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### Table 1: Low energy values obtained by IEESA and SA with adaptive re- duction for molecular clusters interacting with the Lennard-Jones potential.

"... In PAGE 19: ...The di erence can further be observed in Table1 , where the energy levels reached by SA and the lowest energy levels by IEESA are listed. Figure 6 shows di erences between the two sets of energy levels.... In PAGE 28: ... A + sign is marked if the lowest energy state was found, and a ? sign otherwise. Note that values for IEESA0 and IEESA00 were the same as those (best choices) for IEESA in Table1 , and the values for SA0 were 0. Also the number of random trials at each cooling step still was determined by (20).... ..."

### Table 1: Experimental values and predictions of the ENJL model for the various low-energy parameters discussed in the text. All dimensionful quantities are in MeV. The di erence between the predictions is explained in the text. The numerical error in [14] for H2 has been corrected. All masses are determined from the low-energy expansion, not the pole position of the 2-point functions. Process Prediction Experiment

"... In PAGE 43: ...nterest. So far, we have xed twenty-two parameters. Eighteen of them are experimentally known. In the rst column of Table1 we have listed the experimental values of the parameters which we consider. In comparing with the predictions of the ENJL model, it should be kept in mind that the relations (184) to (186).... In PAGE 43: ... We have also used the predictions leading in 1=Nc, so that we have L1 = L2=2, L4 = L6 = 0, and we do not consider L7 since this is given mainly by the 0 contribution [73]. In evaluating the predictions given in Table1 , we have used the full expressions for the incomplete gamma functions and the numerical value of the ij in terms of g given in eqs. (195) to (198).... In PAGE 43: ... (195) to (198). The rst column of errors in Table1 shows the experimental ones. The second column gives the errors we have used for the ts.... In PAGE 69: ...reatment in Sect. 8 and e.g. in [33]. This gives a good description of the masses and decay constants of the vector and axial vector mesons. as can be seen in the numerical results for the masses and the decays in Table1 . A similar reasonable agreement can be found for most of the other decays.... ..."

### Table 4 Summary of the low-energy constraints on the bilepton-lepton-lepton coupling from decays, compositeness searches and neutrino experiments. The bilepton mass is given in units of 1 TeV. The bounds are only for absolute values of the couplings. The bounds on the L 2 couplings apply as well to the symmetrized combinations. The labels ` stand for e or , whereas the labels f stand for all three families. The ! ` bounds apply to a sum of coupling constant products; we assume there are no cancellations between terms in these bounds. (The bounds on L?? 1 and L3 with arbitrary indices f and/or ` should be divided by 2 (or 4) if one (or both) of the is avour diagonal.)

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### Table 3. Strategies and technologies used in the IEA task 13 low energy buildings. i=inherent in construction, l=limited to active solar system pumping, x=yes (IEA 1997).

### Table 1 Calculated values of S0(hep). The table lists all the published values with which we are familiar of the low energy cross section factor for the hep reaction shown in Eq. 1.

"... In PAGE 3: ... Even with the high event rate of SuperKamiokande( 6800 solar neutrino events observed in 504 days), only a few hep interactions are expected for the standard estimate of S0(hep). 3 Calculated hep Production Cross Sections Table1 lists all the published values of the low-energy cross section factor, S0(hep), with which we are familiar. Since reaction (1) occurs via the weak interaction, the cross section for hep neutrinos is too small (see Eq.... In PAGE 3: ... 3 below) to be measured in the laboratory at low enough energies to be relevant to solar fusion and must therefore be calculated theoretically. We have also given in Table1 , in the column next to each cross section estimate, one or more characteristic features of the physics that was used to estimate the cross sec- tion. A review of the history of calculations of S0(hep) provides insight into the di culty of obtaining an accurate value.... ..."

### Table 3: The SO theories satisfying = G. The rst column gives the gauge group, the second one the eld content and the third one the phase of the low-energy theory. The last column gives a reference to where the low-energy solution of the given theory is described. We use the following notation for the eld content: for an SO(N) group for N odd (s; v) denotes the number of spinors and the number of vectors, while for N even (s; s0; v) denotes the number of the two inequivalent spinor representations and the number of vectors. We do not distinguish between SO(N) and its covering group Spin(N). 10

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