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STRONG INTERACTIONS
, 2000
"... After an introduction to chiral perturbation theory, the effective field theory of the standard model at low energies, a brief overview is given of applications to lightflavour physics. Three topics in the strong interactions of pseudoscalar mesons are then discussed in some detail: loops and chiral ..."
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After an introduction to chiral perturbation theory, the effective field theory of the standard model at low energies, a brief overview is given of applications to lightflavour physics. Three topics in the strong interactions of pseudoscalar mesons are then discussed in some detail: loops
stronginteraction
, 2010
"... Optimization design for mechanical seals in reactor coolant pumps based on a fluid–solid ..."
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Optimization design for mechanical seals in reactor coolant pumps based on a fluid–solid
Quantization of strongly interacting fields
, 2008
"... While perturbative techniques work extremely well for weakly interacting field theories (e.g. QED), they are not useful when studying strongly interacting field theories (e.g. QCD at low energies). In this paper we review Heisenberg’s idea about quantizing strongly interacting, nonlinear fields, an ..."
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While perturbative techniques work extremely well for weakly interacting field theories (e.g. QED), they are not useful when studying strongly interacting field theories (e.g. QCD at low energies). In this paper we review Heisenberg’s idea about quantizing strongly interacting, nonlinear fields
Duality in strong interactions ∗
, 2008
"... In this lecture we first present the classical results on duality in the strong interactions, developed in the late 60es and the early 70es, regarding onmassshell hadronic reactions in the framework of the analytical S−matrix theory. Then we discuss their extension to ofmassshell processes (vi ..."
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In this lecture we first present the classical results on duality in the strong interactions, developed in the late 60es and the early 70es, regarding onmassshell hadronic reactions in the framework of the analytical S−matrix theory. Then we discuss their extension to ofmassshell processes
Strong Interactions at Low Energies
, 2002
"... The lectures review some of the basic concepts relevant for an understanding of the low energy properties of the strong interactions: chiral symmetry, spontaneous symmetry breakdown, Goldstone bosons, quark condensate. The effective field theory used to analyze the low energy structure is briefly sk ..."
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The lectures review some of the basic concepts relevant for an understanding of the low energy properties of the strong interactions: chiral symmetry, spontaneous symmetry breakdown, Goldstone bosons, quark condensate. The effective field theory used to analyze the low energy structure is briefly
Strong interaction and electromagnetism
"... Abstract – The basic structure of the classical electromagnetism is used as a means to study the strong interaction. The strong coupling constant and the strong field (expessed in terms of an equivalent electric field) inside the nucleon (proton or neutron) are estimated. It is also evaluated the va ..."
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Abstract – The basic structure of the classical electromagnetism is used as a means to study the strong interaction. The strong coupling constant and the strong field (expessed in terms of an equivalent electric field) inside the nucleon (proton or neutron) are estimated. It is also evaluated
On the quantization of strongly interacting phonons.
, 1997
"... The assumption is considered that the strong interaction between phonons makes a certain contribution to the formation of Cooper pairs. Heisenberg’s old idea about the quantization of strong nonlinear fields using the TammDankoff method is discussed. The approximate solution method of infinite Tamm ..."
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The assumption is considered that the strong interaction between phonons makes a certain contribution to the formation of Cooper pairs. Heisenberg’s old idea about the quantization of strong nonlinear fields using the TammDankoff method is discussed. The approximate solution method of infinite
Some discussions on strong interaction
"... [Abstract] Using the gauge field model with massive gauge bosons, we could construct a new model to describe the strong interaction. In this new quantum chromodynamics(QCD) model, we will introduce two sets of gluon fields, one set is massive and another set is massless. Correspondingly, there may e ..."
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[Abstract] Using the gauge field model with massive gauge bosons, we could construct a new model to describe the strong interaction. In this new quantum chromodynamics(QCD) model, we will introduce two sets of gluon fields, one set is massive and another set is massless. Correspondingly, there may
strongly interacting particles
, 1998
"... Heavy, stable, strongly interacting massive particles (X) have recently been discussed by many authors. We find constraints on them both from searches for anomalous low Z nuclei containing them that would have been formed during primordial nucleosynthesis and from anomalous high Z nuclei that would ..."
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Heavy, stable, strongly interacting massive particles (X) have recently been discussed by many authors. We find constraints on them both from searches for anomalous low Z nuclei containing them that would have been formed during primordial nucleosynthesis and from anomalous high Z nuclei that would
Viscosity in strongly interacting quantum field theories from black hole physics
, 2004
"... The ratio of shear viscosity to volume density of entropy can be used to characterize how close a given fluid is to being perfect. Using string theory methods, we show that this ratio is equal to a universal value of �/4πkB for a large class of strongly interacting quantum field theories whose dual ..."
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The ratio of shear viscosity to volume density of entropy can be used to characterize how close a given fluid is to being perfect. Using string theory methods, we show that this ratio is equal to a universal value of �/4πkB for a large class of strongly interacting quantum field theories whose dual
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