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Estudio del decaimiento α mediante los métodos WKB y diferencias finitas
Estudio del decaimiento α mediante los métodos WKB y diferencias finitas
Se pretende describir el decaimiento de una partícula α encontrando los niveles de energía Eα correspondientes a los estados ligados de la partícula producto de la desintegración. Los niveles de energía y los estados ligados se encuentran mediante dos métodos de aproximación: WKB y diferencias finitas. Posteriormente se halla el tiempo de vida medio τ, se comparan los resultados con los de la literatura y se decide el mejor método de solución acorde con la literatura.
John Erick Cabrera and David Leonardo Ricaurte
Period of a Pendulum Lab
Period of a Pendulum Lab
Lab report for Period of a Pendulum Lab
Carina Page
Übung: Lineare Gleichungsysteme
Übung: Lineare Gleichungsysteme
Übung: Lineare Gleichungssysteme
Dmitrij Moreinis
Gabi Help
Gabi Help
The South Pole...
Caden Feldman-Gubbay
The Sum of the Reciprocals of the Squares
The Sum of the Reciprocals of the Squares
A reproduction of a proof by Leonard Euler, which I dug out of the back of a calculus textbook with the help of Brian Burrell. This was in MATH 233 at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Fall 2015.
Samuel Castillo
Studies in particle astrophysics with the ANITA experiment
Studies in particle astrophysics with the ANITA experiment
The Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna (ANITA) is a NASA long-duration balloon experiment with the primary goal of detecting ultra-high-energy (\(> 10^{18}\)eV) neutrinos via the Askaryan Effect. In the fourth ANITA mission, the Tunable Universal Filter Frontend (TUFF) boards were deployed for mitigation of narrow-band, anthropogenic noise with tunable, switchable notch filters. They contributed to a factor of 2.8 higher total instrument livetime in ANITA-4 compared to ANITA-3. A search for a diffuse flux of ultra-high-energy neutrinos was conducted using the data collected during the ANITA-3 flight with a new approach where the Antarctic ice area is sectioned off into bins and a search is performed with different thresholds in different bins. The binned analysis methods were extended to the development of a search for neutrinos from Gamma Ray Bursts, implementing constraints in time, and for the first time, in direction. Lower analysis thresholds were achieved in a feasibility search even when extending the search to include longer afterglow periods. Authored with osudiss-2.cls (v0.9.1)
Oindree Banerjee